Uncategorized | September 27, 2007
From a press release:
Each year, the University of Wyoming Department of Music faculty in Laramie perform an array of vocal and instrumental combinations. This season, the UW Faculty Recital Series will feature 12 performances.
All concerts are held in the Fine Arts concert hall. Cost is $5 for students and senior citizens, and $7 for general admission. Tickets can be purchased individually or as a series from the UW Fine Arts Box Office by calling (307) 766-6666 or online at www.uwyo.edu/finearts.
All performances begin at 7:30 p.m. The schedule:
Friday, Sept. 28 — Dave Cooper, guest artist trumpet recital, performs works by Telemann, Fasch, Goedicke, Bartok and Plog.
Sunday, Nov. 11 — UW Brass Quintet performs operatic duets with UW faculty and guest artists.
Monday, Nov. 12 — Maureen Sorensson, soprano, and Theresa Bogard, fortepiano, perform works by Haydn and Mozart.
Monday, Nov. 19 — Javier Pinell, violin; Maureen Sorensson, soprano; Theresa Bogard, piano and harpsichord; and the UW Percussion Ensemble offer an evening of masterpieces, directed by Steve Barnhart.
Thursday, Dec. 6 — Summit Chamber Players presents works by Mozart, Dvorak and Shostakovich.
Saturday, Feb. 2 — Thomas Pfotenhauer, trumpet, and Theresa Bogard, piano, offer an evening of 20th century works.
Feb. 11-18 — Anne Guzzo directs the New Music Concert Series, featuring diverse music by contemporary composers. For a detailed schedule visit the Department of Music Web site at www.uwyo.edu/music.
Wednesday, Feb. 13 — Concert featuring Barbara Thiem on cello and Theresa Bogard on piano.
Thursday, March 6 — James Przygocki, viola, and Rubia Santos, piano, perform works by Brahms, Schumann, and other composers.
Saturday, March 29 — Belle Donna Piano Duo: Rubia Santos and Alexandra Mascolo-David perform “Brazil: New Sounds for Four-Hand Piano Literature.”
Wednesday, April 23 — Summit Chamber Players present works by Schumann, Turina and other composers.
Saturday, May 3 — The Globe Saxophone Quartet performs works by Jean Rivier, Frederick Fox and other composers.