Concert Season

It’s that time of year again! As the semester winds to a close, all of the ensembles that I have been rehearsing with for the past few months are preparing for their end-of-year concerts. I, personally, have 4 concerts in 3 weeks, and the madness kicks off tonight! I’ve provided below a list of the concerts I will be participating in, as well as dates, times, and locations (all locations are located at the University of Miami). If you’re not in the area, you can still listen in; all of the concerts have live audio streaming! The name of each ensemble is linked to the page at which you can listen to the streaming audio! Streaming starts 30 minutes prior to the concert time.

Frost University Band

Wednesday, April 15th – 8:00 pm – Gusman Concert Hall

Elective ensemble for non-music majors and music majors on secondary instruments. I play Timpani.
Featuring works by: Ticheli, Gossec, Vaughn Williams, de Meij, and Latham

Frost Symphonic Winds

Monday, April 20 – 8:00 pm – Gusman Concert Hall

The lower of two concert bands at UM; I am performing on three pieces in this concert.
Featuring works by: Schuman, Ogren, Ellerby, Daugherty, and Salfelder

Frost Wind Ensemble

Tuesday, April 28th – 8:00 pm – Gusman Concert Hall

The top concert band at UM. I’m performing on one piece-a triple concerto for piano and two percussionists.
Featuring music by: Xi Wang, Sweelinck, Sleeper, Stinson

Frost Woodwind Ensemble

Thursday, April 30th – 8:00 pm – Clarke Recital Hall

An ensemble of pirmarily woodwind players; I am performing on one piece which calls for some brass
Works TBA

If you are able to attend (or listen to) any of these concerts, I would be glad to hear your feedback! Please feel free to leave a comment on this post if you have any thoughts! Enjoy the concerts, and may the next few weeks find you relaxed as the semester winds to a close (for both you student-folk and teacher-folk!).

3 thoughts on “Concert Season

  1. I hope they fix the equipment soon that enables the live stream! However, I'm sure you did a wonderful job tonight! Send me a recording when you get your hands on one!

  2. I hope they fix the equipment soon that enables the live stream! However, I'm sure you did a wonderful job tonight! Send me a recording when you get your hands on one!

  3. I hope they fix the equipment soon that enables the live stream! However, I'm sure you did a wonderful job tonight! Send me a recording when you get your hands on one!

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