Jan. 24, 2011
Webster University Presents a Concert of 20th century French and Hungarian Music by the Webster University Faculty Brass Trio
What/Who: The Webster University Faculty Brass Trio will perform a concert of both chamber music and solo works from the 20th century. Music from France (Poulenc, Bozza, Defaye, Marais and Berghmans) and Hungary (Bartok) will be the focus in an evening of delightful music that showcases the sounds of trumpet, horn and bass trombone from three of the area's finest brass players–Malcolm McDuffee, trumpet; Amy Jo Rhine, horn and James A. Martin, bass trombone and also with Vera Parkin, piano.
Webster University Faculty Brass Trio
Suite for Brass, Bela Bartok/arr. Schmidt
Sonata for Horn, Trumpet and Trombone, Francis Poulenc
Malcolm McDuffee, trumpet
Lied pour Trompette et Piano, Eugene Bozza
Badinage pour Trompette et Piano, Eugene Bozza
Amy Jo Rhine, horn
Alpha, Jean-Michel Defaye
Le Basque, Marin Marais
James A. Martin, bass trombone
La Femme a Barbe, José Berghmans
When: Monday, Jan. 31, 7 p.m.
Where: Winifred Moore Auditorium, 470 E. Lockwood Ave
Cost: $5 for the general public. $3 for senior adults. Students free with valid I.D.
More Info: Call the Fine Arts Hotline, 968-7128 or the Music Department at 968-7032