This coming Monday, September 17, 2012, James Miller of the Los Angeles Philharmonic will be in residence at the University of Iowa. At 7:30 PM, in the UCC Recital Hall, he will present a masterclass and work with several University of Iowa trombone students. The event is free and open to the public. Recital Attendance is available for University of Iowa music students.
Faculty recital, featuring Amy Schendel, trumpet; Rene Lecuona, piano; Gregory Hand, organ; Todd Schendel, trombone
Wednesday, September 5, 2012 – 7:30pm
Riverside Recital Hall
Trumpeter Amy Schendel will be joined by two of her University of Iowa School of Music faculty colleagues—pianist Rene Lecuona and organist Greg Hand—and pianist Jason Sifford in a free recital at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5, in the Riverside Recital Hall.
Schendel and Lecuona will open the program with the Sonata for Trumpet and Piano by Iowa City native Wayne Lu, president and founder of the Veritas Musica Publishing Company in Eldora; and Hand will be featured in a performance of the Sonata for Trumpet in C and Organ by German composer Harald Genzmer, who was a student of Paul Hindemith.
With Sifford, Schendel will perform In Memoriam by contemporary American composer Joseph Turrin, L’esprit de la trompette by Chicago composer and trumpeter James M. Stephenson, and Turrin’s arrangement of George Gershwin’sSomeone to Watch Over Me.
Bio–sketches of the faculty artists are accessible on the School of Music website.
For calendar listings and details about UI arts events, visit the new Arts Iowa website.
The School of Music is a unit in the Division of Performing Arts of the UI College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.