Dr. Seth Fletcher
Department of Music and Performing Arts lecturer, 308.865.8632
UNK– The Frank House Parlor Performance on Saturday, April 10, will feature the University of Nebraska at Kearney Low Brass Ensemble.
“The program is mostly comprised of music written for instruments other than trombone, euphonium and tuba, making these arrangements unique,” said Dr. Seth Fletcher, music and performing arts lecturer. “Music from various time periods and styles makes an interesting and diverse program, including several pieces that will be instantly recognizable.” The performance, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 1:30 p.m. The Frank House is located on the UNK West Campus.
Selections being performed include “America,” “Chorale and Clog Dance” by Percy Hall, “A Mighty Fortress is Our God” by J.S. Bach, “Funeral March of a Marionette” by Charles Gounod, “Three Hunting Songs” by Robert Schumann, “Habanera” from the opera “Carmen” by Georges Bizet, “Toccata” by John Schooley and “Pavane” by Tielman Susato.
Frank House Low Brass Ensemble performers are listed alphabetically by hometown:
Archer– Jody Neel, tuba.
Grand Island– Eric Rempe, trombone
Kearney– Tyler Allen, bass trombone; Brock Persson, tuba; Lee Rushing, tuba; Angela Benitz, euphonium; and Jeff Stelling, euphonium.
Newport– Cameron Scheibe, trombone.
Ogallala– Mark Messner, tuba.
Omaha– Paula Newhouse, tuba.
Osmond– Clint Dennis, euphonium.