MTSU’s Stones River Chamber Players will conclude their 2022-23 performance season Monday, March 27, with a spring public concert featuring works by American and European composers.
The acclaimed faculty ensemble-in-residence’s free performance begins at 7 p.m. Central March 27 in Hinton Hall inside the School of Music’s Wright Music Building, located at 1439 Faulkinberry Drive in Murfreesboro.
Music lovers who can’t attend in person can enjoy the ensemble’s MTSU Arts performance online at https://mtsu.edu/musiclivestream.
The program for this spring finale concert features:
• American composer Jenni Brandon’s “Sequoia Trio,” performed by MTSU music faculty David Cyzak on oboe, Todd Waldecker on clarinet and Conor Bell on bassoon.
• A world premiere of a new work by MTSU faculty composer Paul Osterfield, presented by saxophonist Don Aliquo, horn player Angela DeBoer and percussionist Brian Mueller.
• “Three Pieces,” the late French composer and music educator Nadia Boulanger’s work, arranged by Katherine Needleman and performed by oboist Cyzak and MTSU faculty cellist Amber Den Exter and pianist Eunbyol Ko.
• New York-based composer and percussionist Gordon Stout’s “Skylark Orange Circles,” presented by MTSU faculty percussionists Mueller and Chris Dye.
• Redmond, Washington, composer and pianist Bruce Stark’s “Suite,” performed by MTSU music professors DeBoer on French horn, David Loucky on trombone and Arunesh Nadgir on piano.
• “Jazz Suite” by Pittsburgh- and Manhattan-based composer and pianist Mary Lou Williams, arranged by MTSU faculty Jamey Simmons and Mueller and featuring Simmons on trumpet, Chris Combest on tuba, Mueller on percussion and Aliquo on saxophone.
More information on the Stones River Chamber Players is available at www.mtsu.edu/music/srcp.php.
For details on more MTSU School of Music performances, call 615-898-2493 or visit www.mtsumusic.com and click on the “Concerts” button.
— Gina E. Fann (email@example.com)
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