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Pique Premieres at Le Mondo

On Friday and Saturday, April 1 and 2, Pique Collective will premiere new compositions by Michael Kibbe, Jeffery Earl Young, and Jeremy Lyons. The shows start at 8pm and details/tickets can be found at this link: https://www.lemondo.org/events/pique-premieres-2022-04-01-20-00

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MasterPique Theater Returns

MasterPique Theater is back! Pique has teamed up with Black Cherry Puppet¬†Theater to bring you a night of storytelling¬†like we’ve never done before. Performances of compositions by Kirsten, Takemitsu, Bresnick, and Donizetti will be accompanied by visual manifestations from the minds of Pique and the … Continue readingMasterPique Theater Returns

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Two Virginian Ballads on themes of human sedulity by lewis krauthamer

Check out Jeremy’s latest recording of a composition by Lewis Krauthamer. The piece uses a sixth-tone scale and a variety of extended techniques for guitar. The recording was done at Heartwood Sound Studio in Baltimore, MD and the audio/video editing was done by Jeremy.

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Moll dyer live!

On Friday, October 1, 2021, Pique Collective will present the legend of Moll Dyer live at St. David’s Church in Roland Park. Lisa Perry and Douglas Buchanan will tell the tale of the 17th century Marylander who was wrongfully accused of witchcraft, while musical interludes … Continue readingMoll dyer live!

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No Loitering

Check out the latest composition by Jeremy titled, “No Loitering.”

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Une belle fleur

A composition by Garth Baxter for flute and guitar performed by Stephanie Ray and Jeremy Lyons:

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La nostalgie

Enjoy this recording of a composition by Garth Baxter titled, La Nostalgie. The piece, originally written for flute and guitar, was performed by Jennifer Hughson on clarinet and Jeremy Lyons on guitar.

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Point/totality

Check out a live performance of point/totality by Catherine Lamb presented by Mind on Fire. The performance was given in December of 2019 as part of the “In the Stacks” series presented in the George Peabody Library in Baltimore, MD. Originally written for two pedal … Continue readingPoint/totality

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