Decoda to Perform Free Concert Feb. 21

Chamber ensemble will perform at Vassar

The New York City–based chamber ensemble Decoda will perform works by Mozart, Brahms, Britten and Hersant at Skinner Hall on Saturday, Feb. 21, 8 p.m.

The performance at Vassar will also feature the world premiere of “Distractions,” a sextet written for Decoda by Richard Wilson, professor of music and the composer of over 100 works in many genres. This event is free and open to the public.

Decoda is comprised of virtuoso musicians, entrepreneurs and passionate advocates of the arts. Since its inception in 2011, Decoda’s projects have reached audiences in schools, hospitals and prisons as well as in prominent concert halls across the globe.

Decoda is known for customizing its performances to its community partners and audiences as needed. The group has held interactive shows with significant audience participation, workshops and performance training workshops for high school students. Decoda is an affiliate ensemble of Carnegie Hall.

For detailed information about accessibility and directions, visit vassar.edu.

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