|Event Type:||Music Dept.
|Location:||Cultural Arts CA1075 Beckwith Recital Hall
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Arts Calendar,Campus Activities & Events
Wednesday, March 20
Beckwith Recital Hall, Cultural Arts building, Randall Drive
$5 general public / free to students with valid UNCW ID
Advance tickets are not sold: the Cultural Arts building box office opens one hour prior to performance.
The Trumpet Ensemble, Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble, and the Brass Ensemble present selections by Purcell, Holst, Bizet and more.
ABOUT THE ENSEMBLE
Conducted and directed by Daniel Johnson, the UNCW Brass Ensembles are comprised of students from the Department of Music and across campus. The group performs for college and community events, including outreach concerts and school visits throughout the Cape Fear region.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Daniel Johnson, associate professor, teaches applied tuba and euphonium, music education and music technology at UNC Wilmington. He is principal tubist with the Long Bay Symphony and has performed with the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra, New Hampshire Philharmonic, St. Louis Philharmonic, New Bedford Philharmonic, and the Keene (N.H.) Chamber Orchestras. As a member of the N.C. School of the Arts International Festival Orchestra, Dr. Johnson toured Italy, Germany, Austria, France, and Switzerland. While in graduate school, he founded the Conservatory Brass Quintet, one of the prize-winning ensembles at the Keystone Brass Institute. His performing experience includes appearances with ensembles in Mexico, Europe, and the United States. He is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music and the University of Arizona.
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or call 910-962-3415
Sponsoring Organization:UNCW Department of Music
Ticket Price:$5 general public / free to students with valid UNCW ID
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