Eastman School Faculty Concerts Give Audiences Opportunity to Hear In-Demand Artists on Local StageOctober 24, 2012
For Media Only: Helene Snihur (585-274-1057, email@example.com)
Eastman School of Music faculty members are renowned soloists and chamber musicians who fill concert halls around the world, and their recitals at the School are an important part of their performing schedules. The Eastman Faculty Artist Series, sponsored by Patricia Ward-Baker, gives local music lovers the opportunity to catch these internationally lauded artists on their home turf.
This fall, the schedule features the first series appearances by Italian-born violinist Federico Agostini, who joined the Eastman faculty this fall. Performances range from percussion to piano, from jazz trumpet to cello, and the varied days and times make it possible to find performances that fit in everyone’s schedule.
Tickets are available at the door one hour before concert time and are $10 for the general public; UR ID holders are admitted free.
Recitals have been presented this fall by saxophonist Chien-Kwan Lin on Sept. 16 and violinist Lynn Blakeslee on Oct. 20, and the remaining schedule features:
Sunday, October 28: Michael Burritt, percussion. 3 PM, Hatch Recital Hall. With Alan Chow, piano; Thomas Burritt, percussion; and Chien-Kwan Lin, saxophone. Music of Burritt, Trevino, and Vinao
Monday, October 29: Mark Kellogg, trombone. 8 PM, Hatch Recital Hall. With Joseph Werner, piano, and Christopher Azzara, piano. James Dozer, tenor saxophone; and Danny Zieman, bass. Music by Harmon, DiLorenza, Tyzik, Kennan, Burns/Herman, Duke, and Azzara.
Tuesday, November 6: Clay Jenkins, jazz trumpet. 8 PM, Hatch Recital Hall,
Wednesday, November 14: Federico Agostini, violin. 8 PM, Hatch Recital Hall
Sunday, November 18: Enrico Elisi, piano. 3 PM, Hatch Recital Hall. Music of Bach, Rossini, Beethoven, Liszt, and Satie.
Tuesday, November 27: Steven Doane, cello. 8 PM, Hatch Recital Hall. Solo suites by Bach and Britten.
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