Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Open and Free to the Public.
The University of Tulsa School of Music Presents an exciting opportunity to listen and learn about unusual repertoire as well as meet and converse with TU music faculty.
Join the TU School of Music faculty in a concert series designed to acquaint the audience with varied and unusual repertoire for instruments and voice. The series offers an eclectic mix of four-handed piano and voice, music by living American composers, the unique sounds of celtic music, the power of the piano quintet, and finally the Baroque tenor.
These informal and lively 50-minute concerts begin with insightful commentary about the music and conclude with an opportunity to converse with the musicians over a cup of coffee.
All concerts, which are free and open to the public, will be held in Tyrrell Hall Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Please join us! For information or questions, call the School of Music.
Concerts with Commentary Schedule
|October 14, 2010
||Another Evening of (Mostly) Light-Hearted Music |
|| Vocal Selections and Four-Hand Piano Music with Stuart Deaver and Brady McElligott |
|November 18, 2010
||Americans Alive |
||Music of Living American Composers with Trio Tulsa ~ Maureen O'Boyle, Diane Bucchianeri, Roger Price and with Brady McElligott|
|February 10, 2011
||Sailing Off To The Yankee Land|
||Seeking the Roots of America's Traditional Music with Vintage Wildflowers (formerly known as Crossroads) Dana Maher, Melisa Schiavone and Abby Bozarth|
|March 3, 2011
||The King of Quintets|
||The Brahms Piano Quintet in F Minor with Trio Tulsa~ Maureen O'Boyle, Diane Bucchianeri, Roger Price with Paulo Eskitch and Phil Wachowski|
|April 14, 2011
||The Art of the Baroque Bach Aria|
||Selected Bach Arias with Solo Flute and Violin with Kim Childs, Brady McElligott, Maureen O'Boyle, John Rush and Diane Bucchianeri |