Trumpets, Piano Featured In Oct. 4 Samford Guest Recital
Posted by Mary Wimberley on 2007-09-26
Samford University School of Performing Arts will host guest artists Joel Treybig and Robert Marler, assisted by Katie Harrah, in recital Thursday, Oct. 4, at 7:30 p.m. in Brock Recital Hall.
Trumpet and cornet player Treybig and pianist Marler are on the music faculty at Belmont University School of Music, Nashville, Tenn. Both are active soloists, as well as chamber and orchestral musicians. A proponent of chamber music for trumpet, Dr. Treybig has published numerous chamber arrangements.
Trumpeter Harrah is a graduate student at Belmont, where she is pursuing a master of music degree in trumpet performance.
The program will include Jean-Baptiste Loeillet's "Concerto in D," Stanley Friedman's "Solus," Henri Challan's "Variations," Alexander Arutiunian's "Concert Scherzo," Meg Bowles' "Night Sun Journey," Marc Delmas' "Variation Tendre," Joseph-Edouard Barat's "Fantasie en mi bemol," and Theodor Hoch's "Northern Fantasia, Op. 20."
The public is invited free of charge.
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