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Founded in 2010, The Fourth Wall has been inspiring and delighting audiences all over the country with their hybrid arts performances. In August of 2010, The Fourth Wall was a featured ensemble at the National Flute Association’s Annual Convention, including a performance at the Gala Concert honoring Lifetime Achievement Award recipients, Leone Buyse and Fenwick Smith. The ensemble is delighted to be performing at the 2012 NFA Convention on the closing Gala Concert and the recital honoring
The Fourth Wall explores a new hybrid of the performing arts in which musicians are also dancers and actors. Stretching the boundaries of instrumental performance, The Fourth Wall commissions new interdisciplinary works and reimaringes established repertoire to make music that leaps off the stage!
The Fourth Wall offers performances, masterclasses, and workshops to presenters, colleges, universities, and other organizations across the country. Pricing is based on the specific requests of the presenting organization and travel.
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Members of The Fourth Wall have attended The Eastman School of Music, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University, Ohio University and Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music.
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