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Faculty Music Showcase March 3

A music faculty showcase performance, to raise funds for scholarships, will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 3, in Aycock Auditorium.

All proceeds from the concert will go for music scholarships. Tickets cost $10 general admission, $6 senior citizens, $4 students and $3 UNCG students, and are available through the UNCG Box Office at 4-4849 or boxoffice@uncg.edu.

The evening’s multi-faceted concert will also introduce patrons to the diversity of musical talent in the School of Music, Theatre and Dance. Featured selections and the faculty performers are:

  • “Rolling down to Old Maui,” 19th century whaling ballad, performed by Revell Carr.
  • “Pequeña Czarda” by Pedro Iturralde, performed by saxophonist Steven Stusek and pianist Inara Zandmane.
  • “Cradle Song” and “Humoresque” by Grazyna Bacewicz, performed by violinist Marjorie Bagley and pianist Andrew Willis.
  • “Une flûte invisible” by Camille Saint-Saëns and “La flûte enchantée” from “Shéhérazade” by Maurice Ravel, performed by soprano Nancy Walker, flutist Deborah Egekvist and pianist Timothy Lindeman.
  • “Za bu yaung kun” by Wun Gyi Pedethayaza, performed by Gavin Douglas, Burmese harp.
  • “Rhapsody for Whales, Sax, and Piano” by Patricia Gray & whales, performed by saxophonist Chad Erby and Pianist Patricia Gray and whale recordings.
  • “Minicabs” by William Bolcolm, performed by baritone Robert Wells and pianist James Douglass.
  • “Abiyoy Oboe” by Scott Robbins, performed by oboist Mary Ashley Barret.
  • Final Scene from “Carmen” by Georges Bizet, performed by soprano Clara O’Brien as Carmen, tenor David Holley as Don Jose and pianist Inara Zandmane.
  • “A New Years’ Piece” from “Two Aotearoa Sketches” by Michael Burns, performed by bassoonist Michael Burns and pianist Inara Zandmane.
  • “La calunnia” from “The Barber of Seville” by Giaocchino Rossini, performed by bass Donald Hartmann as Don Basilio and pianist Andrew Willis.