School of Music

Faculty Artist Series

2016-2017 Season Concerts


 

WELCOME

to our

.ELEVENTH season!

All proceeds from the sales of tickets will benefit the
School of Music scholarship fund.

Spring 2017


Friday, January 13
Winter Spirits: Music for the flute
8:00pm Bryan Hall Theatre
Sophia Tegart, flute; Jeffrey Savage, piano; and Casey Bozell, violin

In her first faculty recital at WSU since being appointed Clinical Assistant Professor of Flute, Dr. Sophia Tegart will perform a program full of hidden gems from the flute repertoire. The program includes works by celebrated women composers Sofia Gubaidulina and Katherine Hoover, as well as up-and-coming composer Nadine Dyskant-Miller. The program will be rounded out by French composer Philippe Gaubert and Nino Rota, the composer of film scores such as The Godfather and The Godfather II, and Franco Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet. Joining Dr. Tegart on the recital will be WSU Associate Professor of Music, Dr. Jeffrey Savage, on piano and Oregon Ballet Orchestra violinist, Casey Bozell.

Thursday, January 19
Music Outside Four Walls
8:00pm Kimbrough Concert Hall
Ruth Boden will present some of her favorite music, stories and experiences from her project Music Outside Four Walls.
Ruth Boden, cello

Friday, January 20
Solstice Wind Quintet
8:00pm Kimbrough Concert Hall


Tuesday, January 24
WSU Brass Quintet
8:00pm Bryan Hall Theatre
David Turnbull, Matthew Glover, Sarah Miller, Martin King, Chris Dickey

Thursday, January 26
Snider and Friends
8:00pm Kimbrough Concert Hall
Dave Snider with the Brad Ard Jazz Combo featuring Mindy Ard and Dan Smith                                  
Friday, January 27
From Broadway with Love and Laughter
8:00pm Bryan Hall Theatre
Cantiamo:  Julie Anne Wieck, soprano; Lori Wiest, mezzo-soprano; Sheila  Converse, mezzo-soprano; Brian Carter, tenor; Dean Luethi, baritone; Michelle Mielke, piano

An evening of vocal solos and small ensembles from Broadway, including selections from such shows as The Music Man, Fiddler on the Roof, Company, Les Miserables, and The Secret Garden.


Thursday, February 2
Duos
8:00pm Bryan Hall Theatre
original low brass duets for trombone, euphonium, and tuba
Sarah Miller, trombone; Albert Miller, euphonium and tuba


Friday, February 3
Sheila Converse, mezzo soprano
8:00pm Bryan Hall Theatre
Sheila Converse, mezzo soprano; Michelle Mielke, piano; others TBA

Friday, February 10
A Soldier's Tale
8:00pm Kimbrough Concert Hall
Shannon Scott, clarinet; Ryan Hare, Bassoon; David Turnbull, trumpet; Sarah Miller, trombone; Meredith Arksey, violin; David Snider, bass; Sandra Albers, Chris Dickey, Dean Luethi, narrators     
Dahn Pham and Troy Bennefield, conductors


The WSU Faculty Chamber Players performs Igor Stravinsky's "A Soldier's Tale"
(L 'Histoire du Soldat). Regarded as one of the masterpieces of the 20th Century, "A Soldier's Tale" is Stravinsky's version of the Faustian tale of the man who sold his soul to the devil in exchange for riches, power, and wisdom.


Thursday, February 23
Lark Powers, piano
8:00pm Kimbrough Concert Hall

Thursday, March 23
Palouse Skies
8:00pm Kimbrough Concert Hall
Brian Ward Trio 

Tickets

General Admission: $10.00
Senior Citizens
     60 and older: $5.00
Non-WSU Students: $5.00
WSU Students with ID: FREE

All proceeds from the sales of tickets will benefit the
School of Music scholarship fund.

Tickets are available in the lobby thirty minutes before concert time.

 

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