Original Piece by Kailyn Williams '21 to be Performed at The Morris Museum

An original composition by MBS graduate Kailyn Williams ’21 will be performed by the Brooklyn-based string quartet The Rhythm Method at The Morris Museum on Sunday, May 29 at 2 p.m.

The concert is titled “On Time,” and this musical journey literally takes the audience through time and space; beginning outside of the Bickford Theatre with Steve Reich’s Pendulum Music, equal parts sculpture and composition, and continues in the theatre with the world premiere of a Live Arts commission by Kailyn Williams as well as works by Marina Kifferstein and Paul Pinto.

Tickets are $40 for general admission or $35 for Morris Museum members. For more information, click here

During her senior year at Morristown Beard School, Kailyn Williams ’21 won the New Jersey Music Teachers National Association student composition competition for her original piece “Silver Bells & Golden Sand.”  The piece was performed last summer by the Montclair Orchestra as part of their “Strings of Summer” concert series. She is currently a freshman at New York University.


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