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||Eau Claire, WI 54702-4004|
Musical Events |
for the Week of April 19
MAILED: April 12, 1999|
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire music and theatre arts department will present the following musical performances the week beginning Monday, April 19. All events are free and open to the public.
- MONDAY, APRIL 19:
- The Wisconsin Woodwind Quintet will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. in Gantner Concert Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center. Performers are Kristine Fletcher, bassoon; Richard Fletcher, clarinet; Tom Gilkey, French horn; Tim Lane, flute; and Ivar Lunde, oboe. Jeff Reitz will assist on saxophone. The Quintet will perform Michael Cunningham's "The Nine Muses," "The Lane Sketches" by Allan J. Segall and August Klughardt's Quintett, Op. 79.
- The students of the International Association of Jazz Educators will present a student recital at 5 p.m. in Gantner Concert Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center. The recital includes a saxophone quartet, jazz trio, trumpet duet, the Andrew Imoehl Quintet and the Jim Gornick Sextet. IAJE students will perform works by George Gershwin, Herbie Hancock and Charles Colin.
- TUESDAY, APRIL 20:
- Senior Ethan Sobotta, Eau Claire, and junior Eric Solberg, Minot, N.D., will perform a joint student recital on double bass at 5 p.m. in Phillips Recital Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center.
- THURSDAY, APRIL 22:
- Senior sopranos Karen Wridt, Racine, and Emily Johnson, Chaseburg, will perform a joint student recital at 5 p.m. in Phillips Recital Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center. Nicholas Poss and Roger Bethard will accompany on piano. Wridt and Johnson will jointly perform "Where's Your Spirit, Girl?" by Kirke Mechem and "We are Women" by Leonard Bernstein, along with individual selections including works by Robert Schumann, Gaetano Donizetti and William Bolcom.
- SUNDAY, APRIL 25:
- Jazz Ensemble IV will present a concert under the direction of Robert Baca at 7:30 p.m. in Gantner Concert Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center. The program, featuring many student soloists, includes "All of Me" by Seymour Simons and Gerald Marks, "In a Sentimental Mood" by Duke Ellington, Irving Mills and Manny Kurtz, and Dominic Spera's "Tambo."
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: April 12, 1999