The students of the Hugh Hodgson School of Music's horn studio will put the versatility of their instrument on display with their annual fall recital. Part of the Spotlight on the Arts festival.
Hugh Hodgson School of Music
One of the Hugh Hodgson School of Music's large wind bands, the UGA Wind Symphony will perform the finest standard and new repertoire for wind bands as part of the Spotlight on the Arts festival.
For centuries, Vienna stood as the cultural epicenter of Europe, a rich melting pot of music, art, and literature, and a city that always seemed to have one foot firmly planted in tradition, with the other looking steadfast into the future. This program traces the evolution of musical expression in the "city of dreams" through the works of three of its greatest vioices...Mozart, Schoenberg, and Brahms. The program includes Mozart's String Quintet in C Minor, Schoenberg's Verklarte Nacht (Transfigured Night), and Brahms's String Sextet No. 1.
The Hugh Hodgson School of Music’s contemporary chamber ensemble, Rote Hund Muzik, conducted by Director of Bands Cynthia Johnston Turner, will perform a special concert of bold, modern music.
The UGA Symphonic Band, directed by Director of Athletic Bands Michael Robinson, performs works from the classic band repertoire as well as new music.
For their final performance of 2016, the UGA Symphony Orchestra will thrill and amaze when the best student musicians at the University of Georgia perform masterworks of classical repertoire.
An all-star faculty ensemble takes the stage for “An Evening in Paris,” a musical tour of the City of Light by way of French chamber music of the ‘20s and ‘30s. The audience will have its very own storyteller guiding them through the music and the era.
Classics of 19th century Russian music are the centerpiece of “Music from the Golden Age of Russian Culture,” a special Hugh Hodgson School of Music concert in Ramsey Concert Hall on Tuesday, October 25, at 8 p.m.
Inspired by the “Gifts and Prayers: The Romanovs and Their Subjects” exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art (GMOA), this concert focuses on Russian music from that same period, examining another side of art from the era of Romanov rule.
David Zerkel, the School of Music's professor of tuba and euphonium, will perform with Anatoly Sheludyakov, Opal Clark and Scott Pollard.
Contact: Clarke Schwabe 706-542-4752
School of Music faculty members Michael Heald, violin, and Maggie Snyder, viola, will be joined by guest artitsts Kenn Wagner and Joel Dallow from the Atlanta Symphony, and Ivo-Jan van der Werff, former member of the Medici String Quartet and Professsor of Viola at Rice University.