A new organization of Harvard musicians will present its second concert at 3 p.m. this afternoon in Paine Hall, featuring a selection of contemporary pieces by graduate students as well as established composers.
The concert by The Group for New Music at Harvard will include performances by noted pianist Ursula K. Oppens alongside cellist Bion Y. Tsang '88, who recently presented a recital at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Tsang will perform one of two original pieces by Harvard graduate students featured in the concert, which is free and open to the public.
The group, now in its first year, is the only campus music society funded by the Music Department. The organization is geared toward helping student composers, said graduate student William K. Eldridge, whose "Sonata for Cello and Piano" is included in today's concert.