UW School of Music 2013-14 Concert Season
The University of Washington School of Music presents its 2013-14 concert season.
WELCOME Welcome to a remarkable year in the life of the UW School of Music. In our 2013-14 concert season, we welcome new and notable faculty and launch important collaborations with organizations in the Seattle and UW arts communities. These new developments foretell wonderful enrichment opportunities for our students, audiences, and all who benefit from the School of Music and its activities. I invite you to read all of the details contained in this brochure and to partake of the offerings on our events calendar, but meanwhile, a few highlights are worthy of special mention. We kick off the academic year by joining with local arts organization Earshot Jazz to celebrate two very notable additions to our Jazz Studies faculty—guitarist Bill Frisell as an affiliate professor of music and drummer Ted Poor as a full time artist-in-residence. Both figure prominently in a string of concerts in early November, presented in conjunction with Earshot Jazz and the Earshot Jazz Festival (page 2). We are thrilled this year to announce a residency by Seattle production company Pacific MusicWorks (PMW) and to welcome PMW Artistic Director Stephen Stubbs to our faculty. The first production of PMW’s residency at the School of Music, a co-presentation of Handel’s Semele, runs May 16, 17, and 18 at Meany Theater (page 3). David Alexander Rahbee joins us this year as conductor of the UW Symphony, and Seattle Symphony Music Director Ludovic Morlot assumes leadership of our orchestral conducting program. Both conductors take a turn at the podium during our February 14 UW Symphony concert (pages 12-13). We join with the UW World Series in March to host the return of New York’s JACK Quartet, which concludes a weeklong residency at the School of Music with two distinct concerts March 15 at the Meany Studio Theater (page 4). Our faculty musicians make frequent guest appearances at performances throughout the season and in their own solo concerts (pages 10-11). Our students, motivated by their proximity to great music and great musicianship, continue to demonstrate their own, remarkable musical development. Their discoveries and their progress are inspiring to behold (pages 12-19). Music-making by its very nature encourages alliance, collaboration, and partnership as well as the intense focus of each individual musician. Both approaches are in abundance throughout our 2013-14 concert season. We invite you to join us! Richard Karpen Director, University of Washington School of Music PERFORMANCE Location Key BA - Brechemin Auditorium JPH - Jones Playhouse MT - Meany Theater MST - Meany Studio Theater MU 213 - Music Room 213 SJC - St. James Cathedral WA - Walker Ames Room, Kane Hall Music from Around the World The School of Music and its Ethnomusicology Program continue a 50-year tradition of bringing musicians from around the world to the UW campus. Dec 3 (Tue) Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Concert Kevin Burke and Students Irish Fiddle Music Fall Quarter Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Kevin Burke is joined by his students for a concert of Irish fiddle music. BA 7:30 pm $5 MAR 3 (MON) Guest Artist Concert: Nguyen Thanh Thuy and Ngo Tra My Music of Vietnam Nguyen Thanh Thuy and Ngo Tra My of the Six Tones Ensemble perform traditional and contemporary music of Vietnam. BA 1:30 pm FREE Mar 4 (Tue) Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Concert Pablo Rivera and Students Music of Puerto Rico Winter Quarter Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Pablo Rivera is joined by his students for this presentation of bomba, an Afro-Puerto Rican dance form in which the dancer challenges the drummer to follow his or her movements. BA 7:30 pm $5 May 20 (Tue) Ethnomusicology Visiting Artists Concert Ki Midiyanto, Heri Purwanto and Friends Gamelan Music, Dance and Shadow Puppet Theater of Java Visiting artist Heri Purwanto (gamelan musician) and his students are joined by Ki Midiyanto (puppet master), Jessika Kenney (vocalist), Christina Sunardi (dancer), and Gamelan Pacifica in this evening of Javanese music, dance, and shadow puppet theater. MT 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Photo: Steve Korn Meet Hapsari Kusumajaya, The UW’s new gamelan Room 58 in the basement of the Music Building is now home to a beautiful set of bronze Javanese gamelan instruments, purchased from the Javanese shadow puppet master and gamelan musician Ki Midiyanto. The gamelan, which Ki Midiyanto named Hapsari Kusumajaya, traveled to Seattle by sea from the island of Java in Indonesia, arriving at the UW in March. Assistant Professor Christina Sunardi of the School of Music’s Ethnomusicology Program (pictured above) says the acquisition will enable her to teach gamelan ensemble courses, use the instruments for lecture-demonstrations and workshops, invite master gamelan musicians from Indonesia for residencies at the School of Music, and organize performances that feature the use of these instruments. Sunardi says she also looks forward to continued collaboration with the University of Washington Southeast Asia Center, the Seattle ensemble Gamelan Pacifica, Seattle Pacific University, and the local Indonesian community in the research, teaching, performance and promotion of Indonesian arts and culture. The UW’s new gamelan makes its Meany Theater debut on Tuesday, May 20, 7:30 pm. See details, this page. 1 The School of Music and Earshot Jazz present renowned guitarist Bill Frisell in an evening of duo and trio performances with trumpeter Cuong Vu and pianist Robin Holcomb. JPH 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Nov 3 (Sun) Earshot Jazz Festival Event Bill Frisell with Ted Poor and Luke Bergman The School of Music and Earshot Jazz present renowned guitarist Bill Frisell in an evening of duo and trio performances with drummer Ted Poor and bassist Luke Bergman. JPH 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Nov. 9 (Sat) Earshot Jazz Festival Event Dave Douglas with UW Jazz The School of Music and Earshot Jazz present trumpeter Dave Douglas in concert with UW Jazz faculty Cuong Vu, trumpet, Ted Poor, drums, and top UW Jazz Studies students. JPH 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Photo: Steve Korn 2 Nov. 10 (Sun) Earshot Jazz Festival Event Bill Frisell’s Big Sur Quintet with Jim Woodring and Eyvind Kang After violist Eyvind Kang and one-of-a-kind cartoonist Jim Woodring join him in an opening performance, Bill Frisell presents his Big Sur Quintet, as riveting a band as any working today. Joining the guitarist are Jenny Scheinman on violin, Eyvind Kang on viola, Hank Roberts on cello, and Rudy Royston on drums. Playing Frisell‘s entrancing compositions, they evoke the singular spacious beauty of the California coastline. MT 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) ·coll C MUS I Nov 1 (Fri) Earshot Jazz Festival Event Bill Frisell with Cuong Vu and Robin Holcomb W The School of Music welcomes guitarist Bill Frisell and drummer Ted Poor to the UW faculty in a series of special events on the UW campus, presented in conjunction with Earshot Jazz and the 2013 Earshot Jazz Festival. · UW MUSIC & Earshot Jazz n U tio or ab a W ·coll C · MUS I UW MUSIC & PACIFIC MUSICWORKS n U tio or ab a Pacific MusicWorks is in residence at the School of Music starting September 2013. Opera: G.F. Handel: Semele MAY 16, 17 & 18 (FRI, SAT & SUN) G. F. Handel’s brilliant English oratorio Semele illuminates the darkly comedic story of a mortal woman’s tryst with a dangerous God. Chaos ensues in the wake of unbridled lust, jealousy, and revenge. Pacific MusicWorks and the UW School of Music present Semele in a visceral new staging by an acclaimed production team led by PMW artistic director and conductor Stephen Stubbs and Los Angeles-based director and visual artist James Darrah. Haeran Hong, Semele Valerie Vinzent, Iris Nathan Medley, Athamus Peabody Southwell, Juno/Ino MT May 16 & 17 MT May 18 Not a Notecard Event Jason Hardy, Cadmus/Somnos Aaron Sheehan, Apollo and Jupiter The Pacific MusicWorks Baroque Orchestra Concertmaster: Tekla Cunningham 7:30 pm 2 pm $40 ($20 students/seniors) $40 ($20 students/seniors)* * The May 18 performance features UW music student understudies performing alongside professionals in select roles. Meet the Artist: Stephen Stubbs The School of Music gains new expertise in early music with the appointment of lutenist and baroque opera specialist Stephen Stubbs to the School of Music faculty. Stubbs, artistic director of Seattle’s Pacific MusicWorks, joins the School of Music faculty in fall 2013 as a senior artist-in-residence and makes his public debut at the UW in May 2014 as artistic director and conductor of a Pacific MusicWorks and School of Music co-production of Handel’s 1743 opera Semele. A Seattle native and UW alumnus, Stubbs gained international prominence as an opera director and lutenist during a 30-year career in Europe. Since his return to Seattle in 2006, he has made his mark as a musical director, guest conductor, and founder of organizations devoted to the study and production of baroque opera and oratorio. Stubbs will apply his expertise in that area at the UW during the 2013-14 academic year, preparing School of Music students in voice and instrumental performance to perform side by side with professional musicians and opera singers in the Semele production, set for May 16-18, 2014 at Meany Theater. “I’m thrilled to be joining the faculty of the UW School of Music,” Stubbs says of his appointment, “and am honored to be entrusted with a revival of the baroque ideals of apprenticeship and mentoring, but made specifically relevant to the contemporary cultural scene and the needs of today’s students.” 3 ·coll C MUS I “...among the most stimulating new-music concerts of my experience.” -Philadelphia Inquirer Saturday, March 15 An evening with the JACK Quartet The School of Music, in collaboration with the UW World Series, presents an evening with the JACK Quartet, one of the most exciting chamber groups on the international scene performing the music of today. The New York-based group caps off a week-long residency at the School of Music with an evening of two distinct concerts of composed and improvised music performed by the quartet, along with visiting artists from the Six Tones ensemble and School of Music faculty Richard Karpen, Juan Pampin, Cuong Vu, and Ted Poor. The Early Show The Late Show The JACK Quartet performs works by UW composers Program highlights include the world premiere of a new work by Juan Pampin, School of Music composition faculty and director of the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media, and a new work by School of Music Director Richard Karpen, performed by the JACK Quartet and musicians from the Six Tones—Nguyen Thanh Thuy and Ngo Tra My from Hanoi, Vietnam, and Stefan Östersjö from Malmo, Sweden. Meany Studio Theater 7:30 pm $25 ($23 UWAA and UW staff; $10 UW students)* Improvised Music by the JACK and UW musicians The JACK Quartet performs a concert of improvised music with other guest musicians and UW faculty musicians Cuong Vu (trumpet), Ted Poor (drums), Richard Karpen (piano), and Juan Pampin (live electronics). Meany Studio Theater 10 pm $25 ($23 UWAA and UW staff; $10 UW students)* * Pay $35 and attend both the early and late show. Use Promo Code: JACK2FOR35 4 Ticketing for this event is through UW World Series. Details at: www.meany.org or by phone at 206.543.4880. W In Residence at the School of Music March 10-15, 2014 · JACK Quartet n U tio or ab a MUSIC OF TODAY The University of Washington School of Music and The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) co-sponsor this series featuring groundbreaking new works and modern classics by faculty and guest composers. Oct 22 (Tues) Garth Knox, viola At the forefront of the new music scene, internationally acclaimed violist Garth Knox also commands attention with his persuasive updating of the music of the past (medieval, baroque) via his interest in the viola d’amore and the medieval fiddle. In this concert, he performs solo works and collaborates with members of the Seattle Modern Orchestra (Julia Tai, conductor) and UW faculty violist Melia Watras. MT 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Nov 14 (Thu) DXARTS: An Evening of Electro-Acoustic Music Garth knox, Viola The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) presents a concert of electro-acoustic music from throughout the history of the genre, performed in a multi-channel sound system. MT 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Feb 25 (Tue) André Richard Residency: Music by Luigi Nono and others Swiss composer/conductor André Richard worked closely with Luigi Nono, one of the most notable composers of the 20th Century. A world-wide authority on the composer and his music, Richard concludes a week-long residency at the School of Music with this concert featuring works by Nono and others. MT 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) MAR 15 (SAT) JACK Quartet The rising new music stars perform two distinct concerts of composed and improvised music, joined by visiting artists from the Six Tones ensemble and School of Music faculty Richard Karpen, Juan Pampin, Cuong Vu, and Ted Poor. See page 4 for details. Apr 17 (Thu) DXARTS: Experimental, Improvised Music The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media presents an evening of improvised, experimental music with electronics, performed by DXARTS and School of Music faculty members and special guest artists. MT 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) May 19 (Mon) Brian Ferneyhough Residency The School of Music welcomes English composer Brian Ferneyhough to the UW for a week-long residency, topped off with this performance by the Modern Music Ensemble/Inverted Space performing works by Ferneyhough and others. MT 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) The Six Tones with UW composer Richard Karpen (second from right). Photo: Photo: SteveSteve KornKorn 5 ORGAN EVENTS French Organ Festival: John-Baptiste Robin Oct 9, 10 & 11 (Wed, Thu & Fri) French Organ Festival: John-Baptiste Robin Oct 26 (Sat) Littlefield Organ Series: Halloween Organ Concert Oct 9: Master Class Nov 14 (Thu) Littlefield Organ Series: Daniel Zaretsky John-Baptiste Robin, organist at the Royal Chapel at the Palace of Versailles, leads two master classes and performs a recital in this celebration of French organ music, hosted by the School of Music, the Seattle Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, and St. James Cathedral. SJC 7:30 pm FREE St. James Cathedral: 804 9th Ave Seattle, WA Oct 10: Master Class WA 7:30 pm FREE Oct 11: Recital SJC 8 pm $15 suggested donation St. James Cathedral: 804 9th Ave Seattle, WA 6 Students of Carole Terry perform spooky organ classics—including Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor— on the UW’s Littlefield Organ. WA 7:30 pm $15 Russian organist Daniel Zaretsky performs a recital on the UW’s Littlefield Organ. WA 7:30 pm $15 Jan 12 (Sun) Littlefield Organ Series: Eunyoung Kim Visiting scholar Eunyoung Kim, a faculty member at Korea Baptist Theological University/Seminary and organist at Daehung Baptist Church in Daejeon, South Korea, performs a recital on the UW’s Littlefield Organ. WA 3 pm $15 Mar 2 (Sun) Littlefield Organ Series: Robert Parkins Robert Parkins, Professor of music and University organist at Duke University, performs a recital on the UW’s Littlefield Organ. WA 3 pm $15 Piano Events Guest Artist Recital: Eric Zuber Nov 12 (Tue) Guest Artist Recital: Matthew Bengtson, piano Concert pianist and Steinway artist Matthew Bengtson performs a concert of works by Bach and Scriabin. BA 7:30 pm $15 Feb 23 (Sun) Guest Artist Recital and Panel Discussion: Eric Zuber, piano A rising star in the classical piano world, Eric Zuber has won major prizes in nine of the world’s most prestigious international piano competitions. His recital of works by Rachmaninoff and Schumann will be followed by a panel discussion, “Building a Career in Classical Music,” for which he will be joined by UW faculty and Seattle music professionals. BA 2 pm $15 Mar 5 & 6 (Wed & Thu) Lecture-Demo and Recital: Corey Hamm, piano Concert pianist Corey Hamm, assistant professor of piano and chamber music at the University of British Columbia, presents a lecture-demo and a program of contemporary classical works for piano. March 5 Lecture-Demo: MU 213 5:30 pm FREE March 6 Concert: BA 7:30 pm $15 Apr 1 & 2 (Tue & Wed) Master Class and Recital: Guan Changxin, piano Apr 9 (Wed) Guest Artist Lecture-Recital: David Kim, piano A Historical Performance: Old Pianos and New Musicianship David Kim, assistant professor of piano at Whitman College, presents a lecture-recital, “A Historical Performance: Old Pianos and New Musicianship,” exploring the ways in which recent thinking from the fields of psychology and philosophy may help artists develop a new method for musical practicing. BA 4:30 pm FREE Guan Changxin of the China Conservatory of Music leads a master class with UW piano students and performs a concert of works for solo piano. His April 2 program includes Schubert: Four Impromptus, Op. 90; and Chopin: The Four Scherzi; plus a short Chinese work. April 1 Master Class: BA 5 pm FREE April 2 Recital: BA 7:30 pm $15 7 CIRCLE OF FRIENDS The close artistic and personal friendships of Clara and Robert Schumann, Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn, and Johannes Brahms constitute one of the most remarkable orbits of interactions in musical history. This series, produced by piano professor Robin McCabe, features samplings from their rich and prolific repertoires, with historical context offered in commentary and narration. Dec 1 (Sun) Music of Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann and Felix Mendelssohn Mar 9 (Sun) Music of Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann, and Felix Mendelssohn May 4 (Sun) Focus on Fanny Mendelssohn and Clara Schumann Mendelssohn: Pre-Concert Lecture: George Bozarth Pre-Concert lecture: Judy Tsou Brahms: Fanny Mendelssohn: Prelude and Fugue in E Minor An illustrated slide lecture on art and romanticism in music. Joseph Dougherty, piano Trio in D Minor for piano, violin and cello Trio Andromeda (Li-Cheng Hung piano; Allion Salvador, violin; and Alec Duggan, cello) Variations on a Theme of Robert Schumann, Opus 9 Brahms: Lidia Kotlova, piano Brooks Tran, piano Fantasy in F Sharp Minor Mendelssohn: Selections from Brahms, Opus 118 Sonata in F flat Major for Viola and Piano Gwen Franz, viola, and Jane Heinrichs, piano Voice Duets for Tenor and Baritone Brahms: Weg der Liebe (Teil II: Den gordischen Knoten) Schumann: Blaue Augen hat das Maedchen Mendelssohn: Sonntagsmorgen Anthony James, tenor; Adrian Packel, baritone BA 4:30 pm $10 Schumann: Trio Andromeda (Li-Cheng Hung piano; Allion Salvador, violin, and Alec Duggan, cello) Märchenbilder for viola and piano, Opus 113 Romaric Pokorny, viola, Pei-Jung Huang, piano Pre-Concert Lecture: BA 4 pm $10* Concert: BA 4:30 pm $10 * Paid admission to the 4 pm lecture includes admission to the 4:30 pm concert. Maria Larionoff, violin, and Robin McCabe, piano, conclude their traversal of the complete Beethoven Sonatas for Violin and Piano with two recitals in 2013-14. Each concert includes a pre-concert lecture by Music History professor Stephen Rumph. April 27 (Sun) Sonata in A Major, Opus 12 No.2 Sonata in G Major, Opus 96 Sonata in A Major, Opus 47, “Kreutzer” Pre-Concert Lecture: BA 1:30 pm $15* Recital: BA 2 pm $15 * Paid admission to the 1:30 pm lecture includes admission to the 2 pm concert. 8 Dainius and Asta Vaicekonis, piano Clara Schumann: The Beethoven Project Sonata in A Major, Opus 30 No.1 Sonata in E flat Major, Opus 12 No.3 Sonata in C Minor, Opus 30 No.2 Pre-Concert Lecture: BA 1:30 pm $15* Recital: BA 2 pm $15 Three Pieces for piano, four hands Allegretto Allegro molto Allegretto Grazioso Monica Yoon, Piano The McCabe Larionoff Duo: Nov 17 (Sun) “To Lied or not to Lied? That is the Woman Composer’s Question.” Piano Trio in G Minor, Op. 17 Pre-Concert Lecture: BA 4 pm $10* Concert: BA 4:30 pm $10 * Paid admission to the 4 pm lecture includes admission to the 4:30 pm concert. GUITAR SERIES BARRY LIEBERMAN & FRIENDS SEATTLE CLASSIC GUITAR SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL MASTERCLASS SERIES Artist-in-Residence Barry Lieberman presents a series of recitals and master classes by noted performers, including Seattle Symphony players, touring symphony musicians, young innovators, and rising classical music stars. The University of Washington and faculty artist Michael Partington host this series of master classes for students and young professional artists. Classes follow performances the previous night at the Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall. All classes are open to the public for observation. Andrew York Sept 29 (Sun) Andrew York Feb 23 (Sun) Berta Rojas “Immaculate technique, elegant and expressive … His intimate knowledge of the instrument provides for some delicious sonorities of authentic originality …” “Ambassador of the classical guitar.” ~ John Schneider, Soundboard Magazine One of today’s most visible and innovative classical guitarists and composers and a member of the GRAMMY winning Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, Andrew York is a virtuoso classical and jazz guitarist, an extremely rare combination. Nov 10 (Sun) Katona Twins “Formidable virtuoso technique … their performances could hardly be bettered for charm, zest, wit and colouristic flair.” ~ Daily Telegraph, London Critically acclaimed by the Daily Telegraph as “the classical world’s best known guitar duo,” Peter and Zoltán Katona effortlessly transfer from strictly classical into more popular musical genres. Their wide repertoire spans from Bach and Mozart to Piazzolla’s tango music to their arrangements of pop classics. ~ Classical Guitar Magazine Renowned for her impeccable technique and innate musical mastery, Berta Rojas has earned a place of preference among the audiences that have applauded her at such major stages as the Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall, the Frederick P. Rose Hall of Jazz at Lincoln Center, and Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. Apr 27 (Sun) Artyom Dervoed “Artist of the highest caliber” ~ Norbert Kraft, Canada Russian guitarist Artyom Dervoed started playing a seven-string guitar when he was six and has since enjoyed an international career performing with musicians such as Flavio Sala (guitar, Italy), Aydar Gainullin (button accordion, Russia), Yuri Medianik (bandoneon, button accordion, violin, Russia), and with many orchestras in Russia and abroad. All events are at 10 am in Brechemin Auditorium Tickets: $10 (Free to UW students and faculty) Jan 11, 12 (Sat and Sun) Michael Hovnanian Bassist Michael Hovnanian is a member of the faculty at DePaul University. This Seattle native and longtime member of the Chicago Symphony performs a recital and leads a master class with students of Barry Lieberman. Jan 11 Master Class: BA 2 pm FREE Jan 12 Concert: BA 2 pm $15 Mar 22, 23 (Sat and Sun) Dylan Palmer Principal bass of the Vancouver Symphony performs a recital and leads a master class with students of Barry Lieberman. Mar 22 Master Class: BA 2 pm FREE Mar 23 Concert: BA 2 pm $15 May 11 (Sun) American String Project Chamber Players The American String Project Chamber Players perform the Brahms B flat string quartet and the Dvorak bass quintet Opus 77, plus select violin duos. This concert features Jorja Fleezanis (former concertmaster of the Minnesota Orchestra and now a professor of violin at Indiana University), Maria Larionoff, Barry Lieberman, and others. BA 2 pm $15 BILL PREUCIL, VIOLIN Guest Artist Residency Apr 21, 22, 23 (Mon, Tue, Wed) Bill Preucil, violin Concertmaster of the Cleveland Symphony, worldrenowned violinist and educator Bill Preucil shares his talent and insight with young musicians from the UW and Seattle music communities in three master classes hosted by School of Music violin professor Ron Patterson. Apr 21: Master class for UW students BA 7:30 pm FREE Apr 22: Master class for Seattle area students BA 4 pm FREE Apr 23: Master class for UW students MT 7:30 pm FREE 9 FACULTY CONCERTS Oct 18 (Fri) Steve Korn Group Jazz Studies faculty member Steve Korn, drums, performs original compositions and songs from the jazz repertoire, joined by guest musicians from the Seattle jazz scene. MST 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students and seniors) Nov 5 (Tues) Craig Sheppard, piano Mostly Brahms Craig Sheppard concludes his Mostly Brahms series with the first and last published solo piano pieces by Brahms, the Opus 4 Scherzo and the two great sets of Klavierstücke, Opuses 118 and 119. Rounding off the concert is Schumann’s Fantasy in C, Opus 17, arguably the greatest large-scale work for solo piano of the nineteenth century. MT 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students and seniors) Dec 8 (Sun) & APR 13 (SUN) Dainius Vaicekonis, piano DEC 8: Cultural Crossroads APR 13: Variation Forms Faculty pianist Dainius Vaicekonis presents two recitals in 2013-14. On Dec. 8, he is joined by his wife, Asta, and UW colleagues Donna Shin and Ron Patterson in “Cultural Crossroads,” a concert featuring legendary American composers and artists with Lithuanian heritage. On April 13, he performs a recital of variation forms featuring G. F. Handel’s Chaconne, Leopold Godowsky’s Passacaglia, Symphonic Etudes by Robert Schumann, and variation sets by Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms. BA 4:30 pm $15 Clockwise from left: Marc Seales, Craig Sheppard, Melia Watras, Dainius Vaicekonis, and Michael Partington 10 Photo: Steve Korn Jan 12 (Sun) Michael Partington, guitar Conversations with the Guitar Michael Partington collaborates with fellow faculty members Michael Brockman, Valerie Muzzolini Gordon, and Donna Shin in music by Chiel Meijering, Alan Hovhaness, and Michael Fiday. His program also features new music for solo guitar by Stephen Goss and Bryan Johanson. BA 7:30 pm $15 Jan 13 (Mon) Melia Watras, viola Karpen/Lim/Watras/White Violist Melia Watras takes to the Meany stage for a program of exciting new works, joined by Pacific Northwest Ballet concertmaster Michael Jinsoo Lim. Leading voices in performing and commissioning new music, Watras and Lim will present world premieres by cutting-edge composers Richard Karpen and Frances White, as well as new pieces written by the performers themselves. MT 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) May 8 (Thu) Marc Seales, piano Jazz Studies professor Marc Seales performs original works and standards for solo piano. JPH 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Mar 1 (Sat) Cascadia Trio School of Music faculty and staff present 20th century works by for piano, violin, and clarinet. Trio members are Rhonda Kline, piano; Colin Todd, violin; and Camille Perezselsky, clarinet. BA 4:30 pm $15 11 University SYMPHONY David Alexander Rahbee, conductor All performances are at 7:30 pm in Meany Theater. Program selections and guest artists subject to change Tickets: $15 ($10 students/seniors) Oct 24 (Thu) University Symphony With David Gordon, trumpet Hindemith: Nobilissima Visione suite Arutiunian: Trumpet Concerto David Gordon, trumpet Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92 Dec 6 (Fri) University Symphony With Seattle Symphony Concertmaster Alexander Velinzon Verdi: La Forza del Destino overture Wagner: Prelude & Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde Takemitsu: A Flock Descends into the Pentagonal Garden Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto, in D Major, Op. 35 12 Jan 30 (Thu) University Symphony With guest conductor Stephen Stubbs and artists from Pacific MusicWorks David Alexander Rahbee conducts members of the University Symphony in a concert of works by C.P.E. Bach and Joseph Haydn. Plus: School of Music faculty artist Stephen Stubbs conducts a work by Arcangelo Corelli, featuring guest musicians from Pacific MusicWorks. Feb 14 (Fri) University Symphony with Ludovic Morlot Concerto Competition Winners Seattle Symphony Music Director Ludovic Morlot conducts the University Symphony in selections from Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique. Plus: Winners of the 2013 Concerto Competition perform with the University Symphony. Mar 14 (FRI) University Symphony With Valerie Muzzolini Gordon, harp Nielsen: Pan and Syrinx, Op. 49 Ginastera: Harp Concerto Valerie Muzzolini Gordon, harp Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73 Apr 22 (Tue) Combined Choirs and University Symphony Schubert: Offertorium, D. 963 “Intende voci” Duruflé: Requiem, Op. 9 June 6 (Fri) University Symphony With Janelle Fung, piano Schumann: Piano Concerto, Op. 54 Janelle Fung, piano Mussorgsky/Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition Photo: Michael Williams Meet the Conductor: David Alexander Rahbee That new face on the conductor’s podium belongs to David Alexander Rahbee, director of orchestral activities at the School of Music for the 201314 season. A native of Boston, Rahbee studied conducting at the New England Conservatory, Université de Montréal, Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna, and at the Pierre Monteux School. He also studied violin and composition at Indiana University. Photo: Steve Korn UW Chamber Orchestra Members of the UW Symphony perform intimate programs in Brechemin Auditorium. JAN 24 (FRI) Mozart: Oboe Concerto in C Major, K. 314 Kristin Olson, oboe Haydn: Symphony No. 83, G Minor “the Hen” BA 7:30 pm $5 MAY 14 (WED) Dvořák: The Two Serenades Serenade for Winds, in D Minor, Op. 44 Serenade for Strings, in E Major, Op. 22 BA 7:30 pm $5 Nov 18 (Mon) Concerto Competition School of Music students from three divisions—piano, strings, and orchestral instruments— perform for outside judges. Winners will perform with the UW Symphony in future concerts during the 2013-14 season. MT 7 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) The recipient of numerous prestigious awards and fellowships, Dr. Rahbee has appeared in concert with orchestras such as the RTE National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, Kammerphilharmonie BerlinBrandenburg, Orchestre de la Francophonie (Canada), the Dresden Hochschule orchestra, the Boston New Music Initiative, Orquesta Sinfónica de Loja (Ecuador), Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Savaria Symphony Orchestra (Hungary), Cool Opera of Norway (members of the Stavanger Symphony), Schönbrunner Schloss Orchester (Vienna), the Whatcom Symphony Orchestra, and the Divertimento Ensemble of Milan. At the UW, he will conduct the University Symphony as well as work closely with Seattle Symphony Music Director Ludovic Morlot, appointed recently to oversee the UW’s orchestral conducting program. “We are pleased to welcome David Alexander Rahbee as our director of orchestral activities,” says School of Music Director Richard Karpen. “He is a talented young conductor, and his collaborative approach will benefit our students greatly.” 13 Jazz STUDIES Studio Jazz Ensemble & UW Modern Band The Studio Jazz Ensemble, led by Fred Radke, performs big band arrangements and repertory selections. The Modern Band, led by Cuong Vu, performs innovative arrangements of jazz standards, selections from the outer limits of the genre, and new original compositions. Monday Dec 2 MST Mar 10 MT June 2 MST Performances are at 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) Jazz Innovations Student jazz ensembles pay homage to the icons of jazz and break new ground with original progressive jazz compositions. Wednesday and Thursday Nov 20 & 21 Feb 19 & 20 May 21 & 22 BA 7:30 pm $5 Oct 18 (Fri) Faculty Concert: Steve Korn Group Jazz Studies faculty member Steve Korn, drums, performs original compositions and songs from the jazz repertoire, joined by guest musicians from the Seattle jazz scene. MST 7:30 pm Tickets: $20 ($12 students and seniors) Nov 1 (Fri) Earshot Jazz Festival Event Bill Frisell with Cuong Vu and Robin Holcomb The School of Music and Earshot Jazz present guitarist Bill Frisell in concert with trumpeter Cuong Vu and pianist Robin Holcomb. JPH 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) 14 Nov 3 (Sun) Earshot Jazz Festival Event Bill Frisell with Ted Poor and Luke Bergman The School of Music and Earshot Jazz present guitarist Bill Frisell with drummer Ted Poor and bassist Luke Bergman. JPH 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Nov 9 (Sat) Earshot Jazz Festival Event Dave Douglas with UW Jazz The School of Music and Earshot Jazz present trumpeter Dave Douglas in concert with UW Jazz faculty and students. JPH 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Nov 10 (Sun) Earshot Jazz Festival Event Bill Frisell’s Big Sur Quintet / Jim Woodring, Eyvind Kang, Bill Frisell After Eyvind Kang and one-of-a-kind cartoonist Jim Woodring join him in an opening performance, Bill Frisell presents his Big Sur Quintet, as riveting a band as any working today. Playing Frisell’s entrancing compositions, the group evokes the singular spacious beauty of the California coastline. MT 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students and seniors) May 8 (Thu) Faculty concert: Marc Seales, piano Jazz Studies professor Marc Seales performs original works and standards for solo piano. JPH 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) PERCUSSION EVENTS MALLETHEAD SERIES PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE Percussion Studies Chair Thomas Collier and longtime musical partner, bassist Dan Dean, perform with a range of guest artists in this popular percussion series. Dec 3 (Tue) Oct 29 (TUE) Collier and Dean with Alex Acu単a and Don Grusin Percussion Studies Chair Thomas Collier and bassist Dan Dean perform with acclaimed percussionist Alex Acu単a (known for his work with Weather Report) and pianist Don Grusin. MST 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Feb 7 (Fri) Tom Collier and Friends Faculty artist Tom Collier and bassist Dan Dean perform with special guest artists on this annual percussion series. MST 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Apr 2 (Wed) 60 Years Behind Bars Faculty artist Tom Collier celebrates sixty years in the music business with a concert featuring some very special friends, including: guitarist Larry Coryell, clarinetist Bill Smith, pianist Marc Seales, bassist Dan Dean, and percussionist Emil Richards. MST 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Tom Collier, director MST 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) Feb 26 (Wed) MT 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) May 27 (Tue) World Percussion Bash The UW Percussion Ensemble and the UW Steel Drum Ensemble (directed by Shannon Dudley) present music from a variety of musical traditions. MST 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) Brechemin Piano Series Nov 14, Dec 5, Feb 13, Mar 13, Apr 10, May 8, May 29 (Thu) UW music students perform works for piano. BA 7:30 pm $5 Guitar Ensemble Jan 31 (Fri) May 30 (Fri) BA 7:30 pm $5 DEC 15 (SUN) UW Double Bass Ensemble Students of Barry Lieberman perform arrangements and original works written for two to six bassists. BA 2 pm FREE Apr 3 (Thu) Brechemin Scholarship Recipients Recital Recipients of the prestigious Brechemin Scholarship are presented in recital. BA 7:30 pm $5 Apr 16 (Wed) Saxophone Night Students of Michael Brockman are in the spotlight in this annual evening of music for solo performers and quartets. BA 7:30 pm $5 15 VOICE & OPERA Nov 25, Mar 3, May 19 (MON) Voice Division Recitals Students of Thomas Harper, Kari Ragan, and Giselle Wyers perform art songs and arias from France, Germany, Italy, and beyond. BA 7:30 pm $5 Dec 6 & 8 (Fri & Sun) Opera Theater Thomas Harper directs students from the UW Opera Theater in scenes from Maria Stuarda, The Magic Flute, Die Meistersinger, Cendrillon, Le Nozze di Figaro, and Rigoletto. JPH Friday, Dec. 6: 7:30 pm Sunday, Dec. 8: 2 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) Feb 25 (Tues) Baroque Ensemble UW music students perform music of the Baroque era. BA 7:30 pm $5 May 16, 17, 18 (Fri, Sat, Sun) UW Opera: G.F. Handel: Semele Stephen Stubbs, newly appointed Senior Artistin-Residence at the School of Music and music director of Pacific MusicWorks, conducts Handelâ€™s 1743 opera Semele in his Meany Theater debut. James Darrah directs. MT Friday and Saturday, May 16 and 17: 7:30 pm Sunday, May 18: 2 pm $40 ($20 students/seniors) Not a Notecard Event * The May 18 performance features UW music understudies performing alongside professionals in select roles. 16 See page 3 for more information. CHORAL ENSEMBLES University Choirs Chamber Singers: Geoffrey Boers, conductor University Chorale: Giselle Wyers, conductor UW Men’s Glee Club: Steven M. Demorest, conductor Gospel Choir: Phyllis Byrdwell, conductor University Singers: Ryan Ellis, Johann van Niekerk, conductors UW Women’s Choir: Amanda Huntleigh, conductor Nov 17 (Sun) University Chorale & Chamber Singers with Sapience Dance Collective Dec 4 (Wed) CarolFest Silent Night, Joyous Night The University Chorale performs Randall Thompson’s Peaceable Kingdom, and The Chamber Singers present Benjamin Britten’s A Boy Was Born, Op. 3. This program features choreography by Seattle-based modern dance company Sapience Dance Collective. MT 2 pm The Chamber Singers, University Chorale, University Singers, Women’s Choir, Gospel Choir, and UW Men’s Glee Club present “Silent Night, Joyous Night,” featuring variations on Silent Night, in honor of composer Franz Grüber’s 150th birthday. Dec 2 (Mon) Gospel Choir The UW Men’s Glee Club presents its Winter Quarter concert, joined by a special guest a cappella group and men’s choral groups from area high schools. Phyllis Byrdwell leads the 100-voice gospel choir in songs of praise, jubilation, and other expressions of the Gospel tradition. All performances are at 7:30 pm at Meany Theater except where noted. Program selections and guest artists subject to change. Tickets: $15 ($10 students/seniors) Mar 1 (Sat) Men’s Glee Club May 28 (Wed) University Chorale with Michael Brockman The University Chorale presents a program of works for classical saxophone and choir, with special guest, faculty saxophonist Michael Brockman. June 2 (Mon) Gospel Choir Phyllis Byrdwell leads the 100-voice gospel choir in songs of praise, jubilation, and other expressions of the Gospel tradition. June 3 (Tue) Chamber Singers MAR 12 (WED) University Chorale and Chamber Singers Of Sky and Sea: Music of America Program to be announced. The Chamber singers perform new music sung by the men and women of the choir as well as music for mixed choir. APR 22 (TUE) Combined Choirs and UW Symphony June 5 (Thu) University Choirs: “UW Sings” Giselle Wyers and David Alexander Rahbee conduct the University Symphony and combined Chamber Singers and University Chorale in a program of orchestral choral works, including Schubert: Offertorium, D.963 “Intende voci” and Duruflé: Requiem, Op. 9. The University Singers, Women’s Choir, and Men’s Glee Club present their popular year-end concert. 17 STUDENT CHAMBER GROUPS Modern Music Ensemble/Inverted Space The University of Washington Modern Music Ensemble (“Inverted Space”) presents works of our time in several concerts each year. Including repertoire from the early to mid-20th century and beyond, the group focuses on small ensemble and chamber orchestra works, performed by both undergraduate and graduate students. Nov 22 (Fri) Works by Varese, Holliger, and Boulez Varese: Octandre Holliger: (Ma)(s)sacrilegion d’horreur Boulez: Le Marteau Sans Matire JPH 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) Jan 31 (Fri) Works by Messiaen and Takemitsu Messiaen: Quartet for the End of Time Takemitsu: Quatrain II MST 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) May 19 (Mon) Music of Today: Works of Brian Ferneyhough MT 18 7:30 pm $20 ($12 students/seniors) Photo: Steve Korn Trio Andromeda The University of Washington School of Music presents the debut concerts of Trio Andromeda, winners of the 2013 UW Strings and Piano Chamber Ensemble Competition. Ensemble members are violinist Allion Salvador, cellist Alec Duggan, and pianist Li-Cheng Hung. Jan 18 (Sat) & May 24 (Sat) BA 7:30 pm $5 CONCERT BANDS Oct 27 (Sun) Wind Ensemble Chamber Winds Members of the UW Wind Ensemble perform works arranged for small ensembles, including Desi, by Michael Daugherty, Good Soldier Suite, by Robert Kurka, and Silver Halo, by Joseph Schwantner. BA 1:30 pm $5 Dec 5 (Thu) Wind Ensemble, Symphonic, & Campus Bands Rising The UW Wind Ensemble, Symphonic, and Campus Bands perform works by Steven Bryant, Percy Grainger, and Jennifer Higdon. MT 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) Feb 27 (Thu) Symphonic, Concert & Campus Bands The Third Coast The Symphonic, Concert and Campus Bands perform works by James Syler, Donald Grantham, Karl King, and Brant Karrick. MT 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) Mar 11 (Tue) Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band Forms, Facets, Fugues The Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band perform works by Leonard Bernstein, Joel Puckett, Paul Hindemith, and others. MT 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) Apr 28 (Mon) Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band Journeys The UW Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band perform works by Jennifer Higdon, Cindy McTee, David Stanhope, and others. MT 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) May 29 (Thu) Wind Ensemble, Symphonic, and Concert Bands Architectures The UW Wind Ensemble, Symphonic, and Concert Bands present works by John Mackey, David Maslanka, and others. MT 7:30 pm $15 ($10 students/seniors) UW Wind Ensemble: Timothy Salzman, conductor Symphonic Band: Steven Morrison, Cory Meals, conductors Concert Band: Lewis Norfleet, Jiannan Cheng, conductors Campus Band: Dan McDonald, David Sloan, conductors 19 FALL September 29 Guitar Master Class: Andrew York BA 10 am $10-FREE pg. 9 OCTOBER september 9 French Organ Festival: John-Baptiste Robin Master Class SJC 7:30 pm FREE pg. 6 Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 10 French Organ Festival: John-Baptiste Robin Master Class WA 7:30 pm FREE pg. 6 OCTOBER 22 Music of Today: Garth Knox, viola MT 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 5 Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 November Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 DECEMBER Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 11 French Organ Festival: John-Baptiste Robin Recital SJC 8 pm $15 pg. 6 18 Faculty Concert: Steve Korn Group MST 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 10 24 University Symphony MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 12 26 Littlefield Organ Series: Halloween Organ Concert WA 7:30 pm $15 pg. 6 27 Wind Ensemble Chamber Winds BA 1:30 pm $5 pg. 19 29 Mallethead Series: Collier & Dean w/ Alex Acuña and Don Grusin MST 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 15 November 1 Earshot Jazz Festival Event: Bill Frisell w/ Cuong Vu and Robin Holcomb JPH 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 2 3 Earshot Jazz Festival Event: Bill Frisell w/ Ted Poor and Luke Bergman JPH 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 2 5 Faculty Recital: Craig Sheppard, piano: Mostly Brahms MT 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 10 9 Earshot Jazz Festival Event: Dave Douglas w/ UW Jazz JPH 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 2 10 Guitar Master Class: Katona Twins BA 10 am $10-FREE pg. 9 Earshot Jazz Festival Event: Bill Frisell’s Big Sur w/ Jim Woodring MT 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 2 12 Guest Artist Recital: Matthew Bengtson, piano BA 7:30 pm $15 pg. 7 Music of Today: DXARTS MT 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 5 14 Brechemin Piano Series BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 Littlefield Organ Series: Daniel Zaretsky WA 7:30 pm $15 pg. 6 17 University Chorale and Chamber Singers MT 2 pm $15-$10 pg. 17 McCabe Larionoff Duo: Beethoven Project BA 2 pm (lecture at 1:30 pm) $15 pg. 8 18 Concerto Competition MT 7 pm $15-$10 pg. 13 20 Jazz Innovations, Part I BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 14 21 Jazz Innovations, Part II BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 14 22 Modern Music Ensemble JPH 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 18 25 Voice Division Recital BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 16 DECEMBER 1 Circle of Friends BA 4:30 pm $10 pg. 8 2 Studio Jazz Ensemble/Modern Band MST 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 14 Gospel Choir MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 17 3 Percussion Ensemble MST 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 15 Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Concert: Kevin Burke: Irish Fiddle Music BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 1 4 CarolFest MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 17 5 Brechemin Piano Series BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 Combined Bands MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 19 6 University Symphony MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 12 Opera Theater JPH 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 16 8 Opera Theater JPH 2 pm $15-$10 pg. 16 Faculty Recital: Dainius Vaicekonis, piano BA 4:30 pm $15 pg. 10 15 UW Double Bass Ensemble BA 2 pm FREE pg. 15 20 JANUARY WINTER 11 Barry Lieberman and Friends Master Class: Michael Hovnanian BA 2 pm FREE pg. 9 JANUARY 2014 Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Barry Lieberman and Friends Recital: Michael Hovnanian BA 2 pm $15 pg. 9 12 Littlefield Organ Series: Eunyoung Kim WA 3 pm $15 pg. 6 Faculty Recital: Michael Partington, guitar BA 7:30 pm $15 pg. 11 13 Faculty Recital: Melia Watras, viola: Karpen/Lim/Watras/White MT 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 11 18 Trio Andromeda BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 18 24 UW Chamber Orchestra BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 13 30 University Symphony with Stephen Stubbs/Pacific MusicWorks MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 12 31 FEBRUARY Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Modern Music Ensemble MST 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 18 Guitar Ensemble BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 FEBRUARY 7 Mallethead Series MST 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 15 13 Brechemin Piano Series BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 14 University Symphony with Ludovic Morlot MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 12 19 Jazz Innovations, Part I BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 14 March Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 20 Jazz Innovations, Part II BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 14 23 Guitar Master Class: Berta Rojas BA 10 am $10-FREE pg. 9 Guest Artist Recital: Eric Zuber, piano BA 2 pm $15 pg. 7 25 Music of Today: Music by Luigi Nono MT 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 5 Baroque Ensemble BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 16 26 Percussion Ensemble MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 15 27 Symphonic, Concert, and Campus Bands MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 19 March 1 Men’s Glee Club MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 17 Cascadia Trio BA 4:30 pm $15 pg. 11 2 Littlefield Organ Series: Robert Parkins WA 3 pm $15 pg. 6 3 Six Tones: Music of Vietnam BA 1:30 pm FREE pg. 1 Voice Division Recital BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 16 4 Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Concert: Pablo Rivera: Music of Puerto Rico BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 1 5 Lecture-Demo: Corey Hamm, piano MU 213 5:30 pm FREE pg. 7 6 Guest Artist Recital: Corey Hamm, piano BA 7:30 pm $15 pg. 7 9 Circle of Friends BA 4:30 pm (George Bozarth lecture at 4 pm) $10 pg. 8 10 Studio Jazz Ensemble / Modern Band MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 14 11 Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 19 12 Chamber Singers and University Chorale MT 7:30 pm $15-10 pg. 17 13 Brechemin Piano Series BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 14 University Symphony MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 12 15 JACK Quartet MST 7:30pm, 10 pm (UW World Series ticketing) pg. 4 22 Barry Lieberman and Friends Master Class: Dylan Palmer, double bass BA 2 pm FREE pg. 9 23 Barry Lieberman and Friends Concert: Dylan Palmer, double bass BA 2 pm $15 pg. 9 PERFORMANCE Location Key BA - Brechemin Auditorium JPH - Jones Playhouse MT - Meany Theater MST - Meany Studio Theater MU 213 - Music Room 213 SJC - St. James Cathedral WA - Walker Ames Room, Kane Hall 21 APRIL SPRING 1 Master Class: Guan Changxin, piano BA 5 pm FREE pg. 7 2 3 Brechemin Scholarship Recipients Recital BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 APRIL Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 9 Guest Artist Lecture-Recital: David Kim, piano BA 4:30 pm FREE pg. 7 10 Brechemin Piano Series BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 13 Faculty Recital: Dainius Vaicekonis, piano BA 4:30 pm $15 pg. 10 16 Saxophone Night BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 17 Music of Today: DXARTS MT 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 5 MAY Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 JUNE Sun 1 Mallethead Series: 60 Years Behind Bars MST 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 15 Guest Artist Recital: Guan Changxin, piano BA 7:30 pm $15 pg. 7 Mon Tues Wed Thurs 2 3 4 5 Fri 6 Sat 7 21 Master Class: Bill Preucil, violin BA 7:30 pm FREE pg. 9 22 Master Class: Bill Preucil, violin BA 4 pm FREE pg. 9 Combined Choirs and University Symphony MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 17 23 Master Class: Bill Preucil, violin MT 7:30 pm FREE pg. 9 27 Guitar Master Class: Artyom Dervoed BA 10 am $10-FREE pg. 9 McCabe Larionoff Duo: Beethoven Project BA 2 pm (lecture at 1:30 pm) $15 pg. 8 28 Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band MT 7:30 pm $15- $10 pg. 19 MAY 4 Circle of Friends BA 4:30 pm (Judy Tsou lecture at 4 pm) $10 pg. 8 8 Faculty Recital: Marc Seales, piano JPH 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 11 Brechemin Piano Series BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 11 Barry Lieberman and Friends: American String Project Chamber Players BA 2 pm $15 pg. 9 14 UW Chamber Orchestra BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 13 16 UW Opera: Handel, Semele MT 7:30 pm $40-$20 pg. 3 Not a Notecard event 17 UW Opera: Handel, Semele MT 7:30 pm $40-$20 pg. 3 Not a Notecard event 18 UW Opera: Handel, Semele MT 2 pm $40-$20 pg. 3 Not a Notecard event 19 Music of Today: Brian Ferneyhough Residency MT 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 5 Voice Division Recital BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 16 20 Ethnomusicology Visiting Artists Recital: Javanese Gamelan Music MT 7:30 pm $20-$12 pg. 1 21 Jazz Innovations, Part I BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 14 22 Jazz Innovations, Part II BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 14 24 Trio Andromeda BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 18 27 Percussion Ensemble: World Percussion Bash MST 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 15 28 University Chorale MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 17 29 Wind Ensemble, Symphonic, and Concert Bands MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg.19 Brechemin Piano Series BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 30 Guitar Ensemble BA 7:30 pm $5 pg. 15 JUNE 2 Studio Jazz Ensemble/Modern Band MST 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 14 Gospel Choir MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 17 3 Chamber Singers MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 17 5 University Choirs: UW Sings MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 17 6 University Symphony MT 7:30 pm $15-$10 pg. 12 22 Ticket Information and UW Concert Locations* Meany Theater, Meany Studio Theater, and the Jones Playhouse Where to buy tickets In advance: Purchase tickets in advance, beginning September 5, through the UW Arts Ticket Office or online. UW Arts Ticket Office: Purchase tickets by cash, check, Visa, or MasterCard, Monday through Friday, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Location: 1313 NE 41st St, Seattle WA 98105 Phone: 206-543-4880 (1-800-859-5342 outside Seattle) FAX: 206-685-4141 Online: Go to www.music.washington.edu (click on “Events,” then on the concert you want to attend) or www.meany.org. There is a $1 processing fee per ticket for mail, fax, phone, and online orders. No processing fee is charged for tickets purchased at the UW Arts Ticket Office window. At the performance: The box offices open one hour prior to performance for ticket sales and will-call tickets. You can avoid long lines by purchasing tickets in advance or arriving early. Exchanges Exchanges are valid only for opera tickets, with a handling fee of $1 per ticket. Exchanges must be completed at least 24 hours in advance of the date on the ticket. We regret that we cannot give refunds for unused tickets. Location Meany Theater and Meany Studio Theater are in Meany Hall, on the southwest corner of the UW’s Central Plaza (“Red Square”). Meany Hall’s main entrance leads directly into Meany Theater. Enter Meany Studio Theater by taking the outside stairs at the northeast corner of Meany Hall to the sunken courtyard. The Jones Playhouse is accessible via ramps and elevator from the main entrance at 4045 University Way NE. Disability access Meany Theater is accessible via ramps and elevator from the UW Central Plaza Garage (NE 41st Street and 15th Avenue NE). For Meany Studio Theater, park on level C1 of the garage and use the ramp to that theater’s lobby. Brechemin Auditorium Where to buy tickets At the performance: There are no advance ticket sales for events in Brechemin Auditorium. Tickets go on sale (cash or check only) in the auditorium’s lobby 30 minutes before events. Location Brechemin Auditorium is on the east end of the School of Music’s main floor. Disability access There is a ramp at the west (main) entrance as well as access at the School of Music’s northeast entrance. Walker-Ames Room Where to buy tickets At the performance: There are no advance ticket sales for events in the Walker-Ames Room. Tickets go on sale (cash or check only) just outside the room 30 minutes before events. Location The Walker-Ames Room is on the second floor of Kane Hall, in the northeast corner of the UW’s Central Plaza (“Red Square”). Disability access An elevator from the UW Central Plaza Garage goes to the first and second floors of Kane Hall, and a ramp provides access at the east entrance to the Walker-Ames Room. Disability Accommodation To request disability accommodation, contact the Disability Services Office preferably at least 10 days in advance. Phone: 206-543-6450; TTY: 206-543-6452 FAX: 206-685-7264; firstname.lastname@example.org For more information, visit www.washington.edu/admin/dso Remember . . . Notecards Great Live Music, Great Low Price The School of Music Notecard is a season pass to nearly all of the concerts presented by the UW School of Music in Meany Theater, Meany Studio Theater, Brechemin Auditorium, the Walker-Ames Room, and the Jones Playhouse. Notecard prices for the 2013-14 season are $90 for the general public, $75 for UW employees and UW Alumni Association members, and $60 for students and seniors. With nearly 100 Notecard concerts this season, it doesn’t take many to cover the cost of your pass! A School of Music Notecard is convenient. You don’t need to get tickets in advance — just present your Notecard at the door of the theater at least 20 minutes before the event begins and you will be admitted on a seat-available basis. * Be sure to allow plenty of time for parking and getting to the concert location. Seating for Notecard events is not reserved and not guaranteed, so the earlier you arrive, the better your chance of getting a seat. Order your Notecard using the form on the inside back cover, or by calling the UW Arts Ticket Office (206-543-4880 or 1-800859-5342 outside Seattle). Notecards are not transferable, refundable, or replaceable. Please keep yours in a safe place. Remember: Your School of Music Notecard will admit you to the Nov. 14 and April 17 Music of Today concerts by the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS). * Seating for the Dec 2 and June 2 Studio Jazz Ensemble concerts is limited, but Notecard patrons may ensure their seating by contacting the Arts Ticket Office before 5 pm the day of the performance. • Concerts, dates, artists, locations, and programs are subject to change. For the latest information, check our online calendar (www.music.washington.edu) or Events Hotline (206-685-8384). • To ensure that you’ll receive a copy of next season’s School of Music brochure, just purchase an advance ticket for one of our events in Meany Theater or Meany Studio Theater, or a School of Music Notecard, through the UW Arts Ticket Office or our online ticketing service. * Please refer to event listings in this brochure or at www.music.washington.edu for venue and ticketing information for off-campus venues. 23 KLICKITAT LANE EN E 21ST AVE NE EL H C ai tt Clark R E STEVENS WAY NE YAKIMA LANE C19 N24 N RO C1 W 2 ilc ox Roberts Annex RS TH U Sc Oc ien ea ce n s nnke Wierder w Sakuma (prorated refund if parked for less than Viewpoint 13 Wilson C10 03 Wilson Ceramic 4 hours) Annex Ma Lab P Bloedel gn us 2 Winkenwerder 1 on • $5 from 5 pm to 9 pm weekdays C C10 Annex H alt Parking for mobility-impaired visitors TheCenetUW encouragesC10you to take one er h S • $5 from 7 am to noon Saturdays cie Gate 6 nc Entrance to es KEYcharges TO MAP Gate 4 that come may be of the almost 60 buses • The Central Plaza Garage a SYMBOLS • Alert the parking specialist so you S5 9 2 directed to the most 14 convenient parking Campus Entrances non-refundable flat-rate fee of $10 right to campus. 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N9, 10,11 1 N6 2 rt A W29 3937 W14 West Receiving Station C8 en E LAN C H17-18 W14 GRANT PLAC E JOHNSON CIRCLE 4 ow NE LA AN • $15 from 6 am to 5 pm weekdays D W13 3945 3 G E AN TL AN GR OG Parking fees B SC CE Gould g C6 AN • 6 am to 9 pm Monday through Friday • 7 am to noon Saturday PLA erdin Gate 5 Haggett Lewis Annexes N6 E N LA Suzzallo Library OK P W38 J ITZ Campanile C1–C5 Levels Central Plaza Parking Garage LA NE n ET Pay for parking and obtain a permit at a UW gatehouse WL A ne E C ER PI so Court RE CO Staff Svcs. 3941 3939 3935 W13 W12 Purch. Acctg. SP O KA NE Ka TV Satellite Term. PE hn ST Child Ethnic Care Cultrl. Cntr. Cntr. 3902 Flagpole Jo IC LITZ is nn Te rts ou C E AC PL ON NT BE COW 3947 ry Sa Gerb Community Design Center NE 40TH STREET Denny Field IMA E N LA LINCOLN WAY Meany NE LA ve War Memorial em Chbrary Li WAY IF W8 X-Lot Instructional Center/Theater AN EL CH G N KI NE 40 TH ST REET IN OT AS Enter D. Hallnorth end of campus (NE 45th Street Benjaminthe Interdisciplinary Creative W9 Communications andResearch 17th Avenue NE), near the Burke Museum Northlake Bldg. W42 Henderson (Gate 2). When you stop at the gatehouse to W10 W40 pay (the evening rate is $5), tell the parking M rcer specialist668that you’re going to a W39 Schooleof L Music event. You’ll receive directions toMthe erce Stevens r K M nearest lot and a parking permit. H17-18 KITSAP LANE Odegaard Undergrad Library Allen Center for the Visual Arts Comm. Duch. Apt. Alder Hall Open 2012 Lander Terry N7 N8 AN EL CH y nn d De Yar E N LA Staff HR Employ. Lander-Terry Halls NE 40TH STREET GEORGE WASHI Gate 1 NE LA LA NE Cunningham Schmitz T TA KI IC KL y Ph rth rato Noabo L N8 WHITMAN LANE Mackenzie N3 M LA AL E CL LAC P McCarty G N KI Elm Hall Open 2012 Parrington Lawn NE LA Condon office NE CAMPUS PARKWAY PA C AS TIT KIT Social Work/Speach and Hearing Sciences Building P P Floyd and 4100 Delores Jones Playhouse Ticket NE 41ST ST Parking for events in the School of Music’s Brechemin Auditorium NE M LANE CLALLA W4V Cedar Apts. Open 2011 Paccar KITSAP LANE SP OK AN E NE 45TH & 50TH STREET EXITS NE NORTHLAKE WAY William H. Gates Eagleson NE 42ND STREET Bank of America Executive Education Center N8 NE ROOSEVELT WAY NE P Hansee AY 9TH AVE NE P U.S. Post Office P W41 N5 Gate 2 y her Arc ield F A IM STEVENS LANE 4225 NE NOR THLA KE PL ACE N1 P Collegiana NE 43RD STREET Enter the UW campus at NE 45th Street and 17th Avenue NE, near the Burke Museum (Gate 2). Stop at the gatehouse to pay (the evening rate is $5) and to obtain directions and a parking permit. Theodor Jacobsen Observatory LANE ND ISLA S Burke Memorial Wash. St. Museum CLALLAM LANE C Hughes Penthouse Theatre GARFIEL D LANE W50 W STEVENS WAY NE W45 (Garage B) A T NE 42ND STREET 4041 Russian House P n W S so EN in EV ch ST 8TH AVE NE 4545 E 7TH AVE NE 4518 4516 ut H P The entrance to the UW Central Plaza Parking Garage is located at NE 41st Street and 15th Avenue NE, on the west side of campus Roosevelt (Gate 1). A $10 non-refundable flat rate isCommons charged for evening events (5 pm909 or after). We 4245 encourage you to arrive at leastUWMC 30 minutes Roosevelt prior to the performance. 5TH AVENUE NE N28 top floor Alumni House (closed) NE 43RD STREET ET 4522 UW Tower O 1107 (W51) Above-ground parking O NE 45TH STREET 4311 REET N Fleet Pa 4512 4507 M 22ND AV 1100 L P 4534-1/2 P K 20TH AVE NE P P J 19TH AVE NE P P Parking for performances in Meany Theater, Meany Studio Theater, and the Walker-Ames Room Underground parking EET I 18TH AVE NE INTERSTATE 5 FREEW AY PARKING H NE 47TH STREET 17TH AVE NE G 16TH AVE NE F University Bookstore E W46 D (Garage A) C C D E F G H I J K L M N O Order Form for Notecards FIRST NAME (PLEASE PRINT)________________________________________________________ LAST NAME___________________________________________________ ADDRESS________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CITY/STATE/ZIP____________________________________________________________________ E-MAIL ___________________________________________________ DAY PHONE_______________________________________________________________ EVENING PHONE___________________________________________________ Programs, locations, concert artists, and dates are subject to change. For the latest information, check our online events calendar (www.music.washington.edu) or our Events Hotline (206-6858384). Tickets to Meany Theater, Meany Studio Theater, and Jones Playhouse events are available in advance from the UW Arts Ticket Office, 1313 NE 41st St, Seattle WA 98105, (phone 206-5434880, outside Seattle 1-800-8595342, FAX 206-685-4141). Tickets to all other School of Music events are available at the door of the performance venue. To request disability accommodation, contact the UW Disability Services Office at least 10 days in advance at 206-543-6450/V, 206-5436452/TTY, 206-685-7264/ FAX, or by email at dso@u. washington.edu. Mail order form to: UW Arts Ticket Office 1313 NE 41st St Seattle WA 98105 NOTECARD GENERAL UW EMP./ UWAA STUDENT/ SENIOR TOTAL (Limit 2 per senior (60+), full-time student, UW employee, or UWAA member. Please enclose a copy of valid ID with form.) ___ x $90 ___ x $75 ___ x $60 $_______ NOTECARD ORDER PROCESSING $3.00 G.F. Handel: Semele Meany Theater 7:30 pm r 5/16 (FRI) 7:30 pm r 5/17 (SAT) 2 pm r 5/18 (SUN) ___ x $40 OPERA TICKET PROCESSING ($1 per ticket; no processing charge if ordered with a Notecard.) ___ x $20 $_______ ___ x $1.00 $_______ GRAND TOTAL $_______ • All tickets for our concerts in Meany Theater, Meany Studio Theater, and the Jones Playhouse go on sale September 5, including those purchased through our online ticketing service at www.music.washington.edu. • Orders received 10 days or less before the performance will be held at the box office. • All sales are final. • Children under age 5 not admitted except for Dec 2 and June 2 Gospel Choir; and May 20 Ethnomusicology Visiting Artists Concert. PAYMENT Or call: r Check (payable to University of Washington) (206) 543-4880 800-859-5342 toll free r Visa r MasterCard Or fax: (206) 685-4141 CARD NUMBER (PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY) EXPIRATION DATE SIGNATURE (AS NAME APPEARS ON CARD) For Office Use Only r Counter r Phone r Mail r FAX Processed Mailed LABO’D 25 Box 353450 Seattle WA 98195-3450 Thanks to: Content: Joanne De Pue, School of Music School of Music Concert Coordinator: Sandra Barone School of Music Production Manager: Peter Bracilano Meany Hall Director of Operations: Rita Calabro Design: Chelsea Broeder Producton: La Neu Photography: Steve Korn Our thanks to Hotel Deca for photo location (see pages 10-11) www.music.washington.edu www.artsuw.org Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Seattle, WA Permit #62