For my final performance with the group we’ll be reprising our program from the concert at the Players’ Playhouse in Detroit, this time at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in East Lansing. Added to the program for this concert will be the world premiere performance of a new work for brass quintet by composer Roger Petersen.
Here’s a brief excerpt from the Fine Arts Society website: “The April 12th Chamber Music at The Playhouse concert was another smashing success, filling The Players Founders Room with beautiful people and with even more beautiful music! Mark Flegg and David Turrill (Trumpet), Michael Rieg (Horn), Simeon Stoyanov (Trombone) and Clinton McCanless (Tuba) are all to be thanked and congratulated! From their opening with Canona Bergamasca to their closing with That’s a Plenty, The MSU Graduate Brass Quintet’s music was fascinating and entertaining to all.”
Lucas Meachem, baritone, William C. Byrd Young Artist Competition Winner
Julia Broxholm, soprano
Wendy Bloom, alto
Robert Bracey, tenor
Flint Festival Chorus, Bradley Bloom, director
Sponsored by Citizens Bank
Guest Artist Sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Fredrick W. VanDuyne
I’ll be performing with the Toledo Symphony this weekend. It’s a very big program for brass. I’ll be playing principal on the Jongen and the Dietz, and third trumpet on the Respighi. From the TSO Website:
Organ & Orchestra Spectacular! Friday/Saturday,
April 20/21, 2007
Toledo Museum of Art Peristyle
Chelsea Tipton II, conductor
Todd Wilson, organ
William Tell Overture Rossini
Sinfonie Concertante Jongen
Caldera * Dietz
Roman Festivals Respighi
* Denotes TSO premiere
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This is my group from Michigan State University. We’ll be performing a concert at The Player’s Playhouse on Jefferson Avenue in Detroit. This concert is part of the Fine Arts Society of Detroit’s “Music at the Playhouse” concert series. Click the picture to visit their website.
A night of Broadway favorites
at Temple Israel in West Bloomfield
I’ll be performing with an orchestra in a fundrasing concert for Temple Israel in West Bloomfield. The concert will feature many favorite songs from Broadway shows, led by Cynthia Westphal, who was previously the Music Director of The Lion King on Broadway.
For more information, contact Temple Israel at their website.