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Using Music To Explore The Problems Of Lake Erie

Domenico Boyagian (left) and Margaret Brouwer, conductor and composer for Voice of the Lake. (Elizabeth Miller/Great Lakes Today)
Domenico Boyagian (left) and Margaret Brouwer, conductor and composer for Voice of the Lake. (Elizabeth Miller/Great Lakes Today)

It may be hard to imagine a composer being inspired by public hearings and court cases. But Lake Erie and its problems take center stage in a new oratorio from Cleveland composer Margaret Brouwer.

Elizabeth Miller (@llmiller12) of Great Lakes Today has more on the piece and its recent premiere.

Great Lakes Today is a collaboration of WBFO in Buffalo, New York, WCPN Ideastream in Cleveland and WXXI in Rochester, New York.

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