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Kalvos & Damian Ought-One Festival

August 25-26, 2001


Kalvos & Damian brings together composers and composer-performers who have been guests on Kalvos & Damian's New Music Bazaar, the Deems Taylor Award-winning new music show produced at and heard weekly on WGDR-FM and at on the Internet.

The Ought-One Festival takes place on Saturday and Sunday, August 25-26, 2001, in downtown Montpelier, Vermont, America's smallest state capital.

These composers and performers are appearing at the Ought-One Festival. The final list will be published in late July:

In addition to the individual performers above, performing groups and individual performers will include:

The Ought-One Festival is produced by Kalvos & Damian and its own sponsoring organizations (the Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble, the Consortium of Vermont Composers, and Malted/Media). The Festival is generously hosted by the City of Montpelier and its churches. Coordination of grants, activities, and funding is being done in several cities. The key organizer in New York City, and a driving force behind The Ought-One Festival, is composer Phil Kline. The Festival is ultimately made possible by the composers and performers themselves.

Kalvos & Damian has allocated part of its program fund (including a portion of the Argosy Foundation gift) to The Ought-One Festival, has sponsorship from the Consortium of Vermont Composers program fund, and is raising private sponsorship.

As with all Kalvos & Damian events, planning is 'virtual' -- that is, information is available on the Web and via email ( The Ought-One Festival requests contributions to make possible this significant event. Please click the PayPal icon above or click this link to PayPal, or contact Kalvos & Damian.

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