From Chamber Music to Avant-Garde

The Register Guard (Eugene, OR), February 27, 2005 | Go to article overview

From Chamber Music to Avant-Garde


Byline: The Register-Guard

The University of Oregon School of Music has seven concerts scheduled this week.

Chamber music

Today, Collier House

Instrumentalists from the music school will be featured in a free chamber music concert at 2 p.m. at the Collier House, 1170 E. 13th Ave.

Oregon Percussion Ensemble

Monday, Beall Hall

Professor Charles Dowd will conduct the Oregon Percussion Ensemble in "NUAGE! Xenakis, Oliveros & Kupferman," a program of 20th and 21st century avant-garde music.

The program, featuring more than 100 percussion instruments, will be performed at 8 p.m. Monday in Beall Concert Hall, 961 E. 18th Ave. Tickets are $5 at the door ($3 for students and senior citizens).

Scheduled: "Persephassa," by the Iannis Xenakis; the West Coast premiere of "Sound Phantoms No. 9' by Meyer Kupferman; and "The Single Stroke Roll Meditation," a sound collage by Pauline Oliveros.

Stephen Dunn, Steve Leisring

Tuesday, Beall Hall

UO trumpet professor Stephen Dunn and guest artist Steve Leisring will be featured in a Faculty Artist Series recital at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Beall Hall.

Tickets are $9 at the door ($5 for students and senior citizens).

The program includes trumpet sonatas by Jean Hubeau and Pietro Baldassare and works by Fisher Tull, Georg Philipp Telemann, Johann Pezel and Samuel Scheidt.

Oregon Wind Ensemble,

Oregon Symphonic Band

Wednesday, Beall Hall

UO music dean Brad Foley will be featured as a saxophone soloist during a joint concert of the Oregon Wind Ensemble and Oregon Symphonic Band at 8 p. …

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