Faculty Tuesdays

Faculty Tuesdays

Aug 24, 2021

Faculty Tuesdays

Ryan Gardner, trumpet, and Margaret McDonald, piano will open the 2021-22 Faculty Tuesdays series with an exciting and diverse program. Featuring the music of Kay, Kaminski, Beach and Ewazen, this duo will welcome back concertgoers and celebrate the beauty of music with a fun and lively performance. 

Renowned CU Boulder College of Music faculty artists perform with students and colleagues in chamber music recitals featuring world premieres and beloved classics. Free most Tuesdays August through March.

Performance date and time

Tuesday, Aug. 24, 7:30 p.m. MDT

This is a pay-what-you-can performance

On average people pay $25, but whether it's $5 or $100, your gift will help the work of the College of Music continue to inspire artistry and discovery, together. Please pay what you can before or after enjoying this special presentation.

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Kay: Tromba – Suite for Trumpet and Piano; Kaminsky: Concertino; Beach: The Year’s at the Spring, Ah, Love, but a day!, and Villanelle (Across the World); Ewazen: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Brahms

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Ryan Gardner, trumpet; Margaret McDonald, piano

Due to popular demand for Faculty Tuesdays concerts, we advise arriving early to secure a seat. These concerts are general admission on a first-come-first-served basis. House doors open 30 minutes before concert start.


Ryan Gardner


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Margaret McDonald


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