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This preview has been provided by Duke Music Department.
This faculty/student chamber orchestra concert is the official opening of the Duke Music Department's 2019-20 season and is a much-anticipated event. Admission is free.
Described in The New Yorker as an "immaculate and inventive recitalist," American baritone Thomas Meglioranza has performed with many of America's leading orchestras including the National Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, MET Chamber Ensemble, and the Houston Symphony, among others.
Stephen Jaffe is Mary D.B.T. and James H. Semans Professor of Music Composition at Duke University and a member of the American Academy of Arts & Letters.
Rodney Wynkoop is director of the Duke Chorale and Director of Performance in the Duke University Department of Music.
Johannes Brahms: Serenade in D Major, Op. 11
arranged for a septet of winds and strings
Jo Kondo: "Still Life" for 8 violins
Stephen Jaffe: "Pedal Point"
with baritone soloist Thomas Meglioranza and a consort of low instruments, conducted by Rodney Wynkoop
Faculty performers include:
Laura Byrne (harp)
Eric Pritchard (violin)
Hsiao-mei Ku (violin)
Jonathan Bagg (viola)
Caroline Stinson (cello)
John Brown (bass)
Carla Copeland-Burns (flute)
Jimmy Gilmore (clarinet)
Rachel Niketopoulos (horn)
Julia Thompson (percussion)