Thursday February 5, 2015

11:30 am, Denton Hall Auditorium
Admission: Free 

Jeffrey Zeigler, former cellist of the Kronos Quartet, speaks about his time with the quartet and about his current projects.

3 to 5 pm, Denton Hall Room 234
Admission: Free

Composer master class. Topic: writing for strings (cello).

7 pm, Festival Theatre
Admission: Freewill donation ($20 suggested) / free for students with valid I.D.
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A concert featuring faculty performers from Acadia’s School of Music, local musicians and student performers and composers. The Acadia Youth Band (a group representing eight different schools in the Annapolis Valley) will also perform this evening, under the direction of Paul Hutten. Tonight will also feature the Acadia Faculty Improv Ensemble, who will be joined by Jeffrey Zeigler.

Programme: Due to more bad weather, there are some changes to tonight's programme.

Astor Piazzolla / Histoire du Tango
1. Bordel 1900
2. Café 1930
3. Nightclub 1960
4. Concert d'aujourd'hui
Derek Charke, flute & bass flute
Eugene Cormier, guitar

Gareth Farr / Kembang Suling
Rebekah Hutten, flute
Brydone Charlton, marimba

Keith Stratton * / Porcupine
Percussion Ensemble, Directed by Mark Adam
Alec Bloch, Brydone Charlton, Don Foley, Dante Hu, Zoe Strutt, Naoko Tsujita

Alexina Louie / Put on Your Running Shoes
Heather Price, piano


Faculty Improv Group / Free Improvisation
Mark Adam, percussion
Christoph Both, cello
Nicholas D’Amato, double bass
Derek Charke, bass flute
Jeff Hennessy, piano
Mark Hopkins, trumpet
Jeff Torbert, guitar
Jeffrey Zeigler, cello

* Denotes current Acadia composition student

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Schedule and programme subject to change – please check this website and our Facebook page for any announcements and updates to the schedule.
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