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Cal Poly Music Faculty Showcase

Cal Poly Music Faculty Showcase The Cal Poly Music Department will present a virtual Music Faculty Showcase and post-recital discussion at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23.

“The recital, which is part of Cal Poly’s Mustang Family Week, is a fun opportunity for our faculty to collaborate and to demonstrate the breadth of talent across our teaching studios,” said recital coordinator Christopher J. Woodruff.


The Cal Poly Music Department will present a virtual Music Faculty Showcase and post-recital discussion at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23.

“The recital, which is part of Cal Poly’s Mustang Family Week, is a fun opportunity for our faculty to collaborate and to demonstrate the breadth of talent across our teaching studios,” said recital coordinator Christopher J. Woodruff. “There will be a live Q&A session with faculty immediately following the recital.”

Cal Poly’s applied faculty are recognized across the region for their expertise in solo and chamber ensemble performance. For this showcase recital, intimate works that highlight their artistic achievements will be presented.

Woodruff, on trumpet, will perform “Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury” by Benjamin Britten Mark Miller, trombone, will perform “On Your Own Now” by Steven Verhelst Emily Lanzone, violin, and Laura Gaynon, cello, will play the first two movements — Adagio and Allegro — from the Violin Sonata in C Major, Op. 5, No. 3, by Arcangelo Corelli Lisa Nauful and Nick Waldron, bassoon, will be joined by Cal Poly alumna Emmie Banninger (Music, ’17) to play some bassoon trios and Arthur White and David Becker, saxophone, and Ken Hustad, bass, will perform “Inner Urge” by Joe Henderson. Heidi Butterfield, oboe, will play “Two Pieces for Two Oboes and English Horn” by Gordon Jacob. The selection is written as an oboe trio for which all parts will be played and recorded by Butterfield.

Paul Woodring, who is also the university organist, will perform “Theme and Variations” by Hendrik Andriessen on the Forbes Pipe Organ in the Performing Arts Center. Woodring will play piano with two other recitalists: Hustad, bass: Adagio from the ballet “Unforgettable 1919” by Dmitri Shostakovich and Alba Franco-Cancél, pert-soprano: “Pueblito, mi Pueblo” (“Little Village, My Village”) by Carlos Guastavino and “Zapateado” from “La tempranica” by Gerónimo Giménez.

Presenter / Producer: Cal Poly Music Department

Listed Categories
Music > Classical
Music > Jazz / Blues
Music > Chamber Music


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Cal Poly Music Department
Online Event
San Luis Obispo CA 93405

Regions:
Other
Ventura, Santa Barbara & San Luis Obispo


Performance Dates: 10/23/2020
Friday, 10/23/2020

Performance Times
6:30 p.m.

Ticket Information:
$5

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