Barry David Salwen, Domonique Launey: piano

Friday, April 6, 2018
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Cultural Arts CA1075 Beckwith Recital Hall
Event Type
Music Dept.
Contact
910-962-3415
Customer
UNCW Department of Music
Link
https://events.uncw.edu/MasterCalendar/EventDetails.aspx?EventDetailId=74330

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Program 
Lord Berners: Valses bourgeoises
Claude Debussy: Six Epigraphes Antiques
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata in D, K. 311
Roger Sessions: Sonata No. 2
Franz Schubert: Fantasie in F Minor, D. 940
 
 
About the Artists
Barry David Salwen is an international concert pianist, giving performances and master classes in the United States, Europe, Israel, and Asia. He gave two weeks of master classes at the Shanghai Conservatory in China, among many other places. As the recipient of a prestigious Fulbright Scholars Grant, he gave a semester’s seminar at the Music Conservatory in Freiburg, Germany, one of the leading music institutions in the country. His annual master classes at UNCW, and more recently the annual Piano Day, have been attended by students from across eastern North Carolina. Among Salwen’s nine CDs is the first recording of the complete solo piano music of the American master Roger Sessions; he is the first artist to record all of these works.

Domonique Launey has performed throughout the United States, Europe and Jamaica as soloist, chamber musician, and collaborator. As featured soloist, she has performed with orchestras including the Wilmington Symphony, Houston Chamber, San Antonio, Oklahoma, Tulare, Shreveport, L’Orchestra de Chapelle Minimes (Brussels), Tallis Chamber, and the University of Texas, performing concerti of Rachmaninoff, Chopin, Liszt, Beethoven, Mozart and J.S. Bach. In 2014, she collaborated with the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra, performing Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor. She studied extensively with David Renner, Nancy Garrett and Anton Nel at the University of Texas, Austin where she received her B.M. and M.M. degrees in Piano Performance. Awards include first place in the Wideman International Piano Competition and the University of Texas Concerto competition; she also performed in the Van Cliburn Competition. As a Rotary International Scholar, she worked with Nadine Deletaille in Brussels, and was presented with the Gold Medallion for her solo performance following a year performing extensively as a soloist..


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Tickets
$6 general public, free to students with valid UNCW ID.
Tickets are available in advance through the UNCW Box Office (located in Kenan Auditorium) and one hour prior to performance at the Cultural Arts Box Office.

Advance tickets may be purchased online or by calling the box office at 910-962-3500 (M-F) 

UNCW students may obtain tickets in advance by going to the UNCW Box Office (located in Kenan Auditorium) Monday-Friday 12 - 6 p.m. 
 
Don't forget! The box office closes 15 minutes after the start of a Department of Music event. 

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DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC CONCERT GUIDELINES FOR UNCW STUDENTS

Arrive on time

•   Arrive at the concert venue at least 10 minutes before the posted concert time. If you need to get a ticket at the box office, have your UNCW student ID ready and arrive at least another 5 sooner.

    •   The box office will only be open for ticket sales and distribution to students up until 15 minutes after the performance begins. 

    •   Students arriving 5 minutes after the start time of the event will not be admitted free with their UNCW ID card, and must purchase tickets in order to be admitted. If the box office has closed, students will not be admitted into the venue.


Concert attendance and program stamping

Programs for students registered in Department of Music classes are stamped by the ushers at the end of the performance. 

   •   If you leave before the concert ends, your program will not be stamped.

   •   If ushers should run out of programs, ask them to stamp your ticket stub at the end of the concert. Let your teacher know what happened. 

 

Use of electronic devices during performances

   •   use of computers, tablets, phones is not allowed during performances. Anyone using an electronic device will be asked to put it away. Noncompliance may result in being asked to leave the event.


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