Oct 24, 2017

Faculty Tuesdays

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Faculty Tuesdays

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Join us for a musical feast celebrating the 100th anniversary of Finnish Independence! Jennifer Bird, Paul Erhard, Hsing-ay Hsu, Yoshi Ishikawa, David Korevaar, Margaret McDonald, Harumi Rhodes, Daniel Silver and the Ajax Quartet perform. The program features a world premiere by composer Conor Brown.

PROGRAM: Jean Sibelius: "En Saga"; Eijohuhani Rautavaara: Sonata for Bassoon and Piano, Op. 26; Teppo Hauta-aho: Duo - ASTA for Double Bass and Piano: Kaija Saariaho: "Tocar"; Connor Abbot Brown: "Ladub hiihan laulajille" (“I’ll Ski a Trail for Singers”)

Featuring Jennifer Bird, soprano; Paul Erhard, bass; Hsing-ay Hsu, piano; Yoshi Ishikawa, bassoon; David Korevaar and Margaret McDonald, piano; Harumi Rhodes, violin; and Daniel Silver, clarinet

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Jennifer Bird

Soprano

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Paul Erhard

Bass

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Hsing-ay Hsu

Piano

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Yoshiyuki (Yoshi) Ishikawa

Bassoon

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David Korevaar

Piano

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Michael Thornton

Horn

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Harumi Rhodes

Violin

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Margaret McDonald

Piano

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Daniel Silver

Clarinet

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