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Music to Begin the Ball

Harp Ensemble

MEMORABILIA ROOM  ·  Traditionszimmer

CENTENNIAL ROOM, DAVIES CENTER 320

6:30 – 8 p.m.

Serena O’Meara, director
The Harp Ensemble is a community-based group of harpists who perform at a variety of events. The Harp Ensemble’s performance of Viennese works transcribed for harp follows a precedent established in Vienna when Johann Strauss’ youngest brother Eduard, himself a harpist, conducted his orchestra from the harp.


Trombone Ensemble

GOLDEN LION FESTIVAL ROOM  ·  Zum Goldenen Löwen Festsaal

DINING AREA, DAVIES CENTER 101

6:30 – 8 p.m.

Phil Ostrander, conductor 
The UW-Eau Claire Trombone Ensemble consists of UW-Eau Claire music majors, minors and students from other departments. The group rehearses once a week, tours annually and has performed at the Wisconsin Music Educators Association Conference and at a variety of national and international events, including the International Trombone Festival, the Upper Midwest Trombone Summit, and the Minnesota Music Educators Association Conference, as well as the Eastern Trombone Workshop in Washington, D.C. The ensemble has appeared at the Viennese Ball for many years. 

      

Baroque Ensemble

AMERICAN BAR

DAKOTA BALLROOM, DAVIES CENTER 340

7 – 8 p.m.

Tulio Rondón, conductor
This student string orchestra performs two concerts a year. This ensemble is prepared and coached by assistant professor of violoncello, Dr. Tulio Rondón. In spring the chamber orchestra concentrates on music from the baroque and classical periods, in a stylistic fashion called, “historically informed performance practice.” In fall the ensemble concentrates on romantic and 20th century music. Both concerts enhance the technical ability of string playing as well as better understanding of a wide range of repertoire.

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