A five-day residency with Polish composer Witold Lutoslawski, which included performances by faculty chamber ensembles and the NTSU Symphony Orchestra (conducted by Lutoslawski), as well as a symposium on the composer's music (organized by Dr. Lester Brothers and Dr. Paul Dworak), a composition shop talk, and a lecture by Lutoslawski titled "About Large Scale Closed Forms Using Limited Elements of Chance."
Faculty Chamber Music Program:
- Mini Overture (1982)
Leonard Candelaria & Keith Johnson, trumpets; William Scharnberg, horn; Vern Kagarice, trombone; Kerry Williams, tuba.
- Chain I (1983)
Mary Karen Clardy, flute; Charles Veazey, oboe; John Scott, clarinet; Sue Schrier, bassoon; Leonard Candelaria, trumpet; William Scharnberg, horn; Royce Lumpkin, trombone; Robert Schietroma, percussion; Lenora McCroskey, harpsichord; Jim Lerch & Elizabeth Abbate, violins; George Papich, viola; Adolfo Odnoposoff, 'cello; George Dimitri, bass; Thomas Clark, conductor.
- Grave (1981)
Carter Enyeart, 'cello; Steven Harlos, piano.
- Dance Preludes (1954)
James Gillespie, clarinet; Steven Harlos, piano.
- Epitaph (1979)
Charles Veazey, oboe; Adam Wodnicki, piano.
- Partita 1984
Philip Lewis, violin; Adam Wodnicki, piano.
Symphony Orchestra Concert:
- Jeux Vénitiens (1961)
- Chain II (1985)
Robert Davidovici, violin
- Musique Funèbre (1958)
- Double Concerto (1980)
Charles Veazey, oboe; Ellen Ritscher, harp
- "The Polish Musical Legacy Bequeathed Witold Lutoslawski" — Dr. Paul Hebda
- "Multi-Dimensional Parametric Projection in the Music of Witold Lutoslawski" — Gene DeLisa
- "Timbre Composition and Limited Indeterminacy in Lutoslawski's Orchestral Works" — Dr. Jürgen Maehder