Bruce Conducts Symphony in Guggenheim Museum

Neely Bruce, at bottom of photo, conducts "Orbits" inside the Guggenheim Museum. The event was featured in the New York Times. (Photo by Robert Stolarik for the New York Times)

Neely Bruce, at bottom of photo, conducts "Orbits" inside the Guggenheim Museum. The event was featured in The New York Times. (Photo by Robert Stolarik for The New York Times)

Neely Bruce, professor of music, lead 89 trombones, a soprano and an organ in the East Coast premiere of Henry Brant’s “Orbits” in the rotunda of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum June 21, as part of both the museum’s Works & Process series and the citywide festival Make Music New York.

A New York Times article on the event is online here. Henry Brant is a 1998 Honorary Degree recipient.