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UO trumpeter to perform.

Byline: The Register-Guard

A faculty recital, a Chamber Music Series concert and a music technology event are scheduled this week at the University of Oregon School of Music, 961 E. 18th Ave.

Stephen Dunn, trumpet

Tuesday, Beall Concert Hall

With a little help from his colleagues - pianist Mary Elizabeth Parker, soprano Ann Tedards and the Collegium Musicum directed by Marc Vanscheeuwijck - trumpeter Stephen Dunn will be featured in a faculty recital.


The program includes "Air de bravoure" by Andre Jolivet, Sonata for Trumpet and Piano by Halsey Stevens, Sonata a cinque No. 1 by Giuseppe Torelli and "La Mandolinata: fantasia for cornet" by Herman Bellstedt.

Dunn joined the UO brass and music theory faculty in 1999. He is principal trumpet in the Oregon Festival of American Music's American Symphonia and also performs in the Dunn/Pennington trumpet-percussion duo.

The recital is at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Beall Hall, 961 E. 18th Ave. Tickets, available at the door, are $9 general admission, $5 for students and senior citizens.

Amelia Piano Trio

Thursday, Beall Hall

Called "remarkable" by Strings magazine and "exemplary" by Strad magazine, the Amelia Piano Trio won the Grand Prize of the 2001 Yellow Springs National Chamber Music Competition and was a finalist in the Walter F. Naumburg Chamber Music Competition in 2000.

The trio will play Ludwig van Beethoven's Trio in E-flat Major, Felix Mendelssohn's Trio in D Minor and Ned Rorem's Spring Music for Piano Trio in a Chamber Music Series concert at 8 p.m. Thursday in Beall Hall.

UO Professor Robert Hurwitz will give a free pre-concert talk at 7 p.m. in Room 198 of the music building.

Reserved-seat tickets, from $12 to $29, will be sold at the door and are available in advance through the Hult Center (682-5000) or the Erb Memorial Union ticket office (346-4363).

Future Music Oregon

Saturday, Room 198

``Left to His Own Devices,'' "Crossing Boundaries" and "It Flew Upside-down," electroacoustic works by composer Eric Chasalow from Brandeis University, will be featured in a concert by Future Music Oregon, the school's music technology program.

The program also includes a new experimental work that arose from associate professor Jeffrey Stolet's transformation into a musical score of eye-tracking research data by Anthony Hornof, a UO assistant professor of computer and information science.

Stolet's works "A Prayer Before Dying" and "Tokyo Lick" also will be presented, along with other new works from the FMO studios.

The concert begins at 8 p.m. Saturday in Room 198. Tickets, available at the door, are $5 general admission, $3 for students and senior citizens.
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Date:Nov 9, 2003
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