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UPCOMING EVENTS SPRING CONCERT CALENDAR 2000

FRIDAY, 7 APRIL Davis Composers’ Collective: New Music by Student Composers. Works by Carl Bower, Helena Michelson, Joël Lindheimer, Susan Templeton, Luciano Chessa, and Steven Geller performed by a string quartet and other instrumental ensembles. 8:00 p.m. 115 Music Building. General admission $6/students and children $3.

SATURDAY, 8 APRIL A Survey of 20th-Century Brass Music, Andrew Mollner, producer. Works for brass ensembles by Reed, Tomasi, Dukas, Ortiz, Plog, and Szokolay. 7:00 p.m. St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, 640 Hawthorn Lane, Davis. Special free concert.

Supported in part with a grant from the President’s Undergraduate Fellowship.

THURSDAY, 20 APRIL A William E. Valente Memorial Lecture: Musicologist Steven Huebner, McGill University, Montreal. Émile Zola, Alfred Bruneau, and “Le Mysticism wagnerian. 4:10 pm 230 Music Building. Free.

MONDAY, 24 APRIL Looking forward, looking back. Roots and flowers in the music of Brahms and Bartók. Lois Shapiro, piano, artist- in-residence, with Empyrean Ensemble String Quartet (Terrie Baune, violin; Robert Waters, violin; Ellen Ruth Rose, viola; Thalia Mooer, cello): Brahms: Selected solo piano pieces and Piano Quintet in F Minor, op. 34; Bartók: Selected solo piano pieces and piano quintet. 8:00 p.m. Wyatt Pavilion. General admission $10/students and children $5.

SUNDAY, 9 APRIL Faculty Research Concert: Works by Ross Bauer, Yu-Hui Chang, and David Rakowski, performed by Yu-Hui Chang, voice; Terrie Baune, violin; and Gwendolyn Mok, piano. 8:00 p.m. 115 Music Building. General admission $10/students and children $5.

Co-sponsored with University Cultural Programs.

THURSDAY, 27 APRIL Noon Concert: Lecture-demonstration about Maurice Ravel with Gwendolyn Mok, piano. 12:05 p.m. 115 Music Building. Free.

Co-sponsored with the Committee on Research.

THURSDAY, 13 APRIL Noon Concert: Pianist Lois Brandwynne performs works by Beethoven, Schubert, and Rachmaninov. 12:05 p.m. 115 Music Building. Free.

FRIDAY, 28 APRIL A William E. Valente Memorial Lecture: Composer Augusta Read Thomas, composer-in-residence with the Chicago Symphony, will discuss her music. 4:10 p.m. 115 Music Building. Free.

THURSDAY, 20 APRIL Noon Concert: Lois Shapiro, piano, artist- in-residence. Yehudi Wyner’s Toward the Center and works by Brahms and Bartók. 12:05 p.m. 115 Music Building. Free.

FRIDAY, 28 APRIL Lara Downes, new pianist in the Department of Music. The last concert in a series of four piano recitals titled This American Century: A Retrospective of American Piano Music in the 20th Century. Moving Ahead—Composers at the Turn of the Millennium: Music of Aaron Jay Kernis, Augusta Read Thomas, Stephen Paulus, Ross Bauer, and Andrew Frank. Augusta Read Thomas will participate in an open

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