But there's a whole lot of stuff happening Saturday all across North America, and here are some of the highlights I was able to track down:
- The Connecticut State Music Teachers' Association is holding a seven and a half hour marathon of ensemble music at Danbury Fair Mall starting at 10:30am
- Auburn University is holding a faculty and student recital of ensemble music at 4pm in the Goodwin Music Building Recital Hall
- The University of North Carolina School of the Arts is holding a recital (on Sunday the 23rd) of faculty and alumni featuring Margo Garrett(!)
- The Eastman School of Music will be featuring a day-long series of recitals (more here and here) curated by Dr. Jean Barr
- Virginia Tech will be holding an event at 7pm coordinated by Tracy Cowden (more info here) that looks at the rehearsal process of chamber ensembles. Audience members are free to come and go as they please, as well as sit on the stage with the performers. (Update: Tracy sends along this link, which gives a great account of the work that she does at Virginia Tech)
- The University of New Mexico's Victoria Pyle will be hosting a 2pm recital of students in her collaborative piano program
- Students of the Lincoln Music Teachers Association will be performing all day in the Westfield Gateway Mall
- In Kansas, the Hutchinson Area Piano Teachers' Association will be hosting an ensemble concert at the Dillon Nature Center starting at 10:30am
- Students at Arizona State University will be participating in a showcase recital of various ensemble works at 5pm in the Katzin Concert Hall
Best of luck to everybody involved in the International Day of Collaborative Music, whether coordinating, curating, performing, workshopping, rehearsing, lecturing, volunteering or merely enjoying the awesome performances!
If you have information on or anecdotes from any other IDCM events, official or unofficial, please leave a comment.