The Fourth Annual Peak FreQuency Music Festival celebrates the opening concerts of the UCCS Music Program in the new Chapman Recital Hall featuring faculty, students, alumni, special guests and a tribute to Alan Joseph. Free admission, Receptions will follow each evening.
Tuesday, February 13 - Colin McAllister will perform the Concerto Antico by British composer Richard Harvey. Jane Rigler and Haleh Abghari will perform a co-composer piece Federico’s Sleepless Lullaby. Martha Muehleisen will premiere an original work for violin, flute and electronics honoring the 40th anniversary of the Voyager spacecrafts and Voyager 1's crossing into interstellar space. Glen Whitehead will perform the world premiere of a composition by alumni Adam Hooper. Soprano faculty Solveig Olsen performs a Mozart Aria. Amy Goeser Kolb, oboe and Kelly Zuercher, piano will perform Sonate (1947) by Henri Dutilleux (1916-2013). Staci Toma performs the African solo Gyil. The Honors String Quartet will perform the Shostakovich String Quartet No. 8
Friday, February 16 - includes The EcoSono Ensemble with visiting guest saxophonist / composer Dr. Matthew Burtner, visiting bassist Dr. Scott Walton, guitarist Janet Feder, Trumpeter Glen Whitehead, percussionist Randy Bowen and alumni drummer Britton Ciampa. The Hennessy 6 with trumpeter / Sean Hennessy, guitarist Colin McAllister, saxophonist Cully Joyce, pianist Reggie Berg, bassist Jason Crowe, drummer Chris Gaona including pieces from their upcoming album The Road Less Traveled (to be released in Marchas well as a new composition by Colin in memory of UCCS faculty member and guitarist Alan Joseph. Saxophonist William Malone will perform a composition Phoenix by Ryo Noda and the UCCS Jazz Honors Trio.
Friday, February 16 at 7:30pm
This is a past event.
Ent Center for the Arts, Chapman Foundations Recital Hall
5525 N Nevada Ave.