Roger Zahab, lecturer in composition and theory, instructor in violin, and viola, and director of Pitt’s Symphony Orchestra

Roger Zahab, lecturer in composition and theory, instructor in violin, and viola, and director of Pitt’s Symphony Orchestra, gave a violin recital as part of New York’s Prism Projects, an organization dedicated to the performance, recording, and promotion of contemporary music. Pianist Robert Frankenberry joined Zahab for the recital which took place on Saturday, December 17 at St. Peter’s Church in Chelsea. The program included Zahab’s own compositions Chelsea Jigs, Strip District, and radiant, Pitt Professor of composition and theory Eric Moe’s Strange Exclaiming Music, and works by Hayes Biggs and Linda Caitlin Smith.