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Duke University Department of Music Fall 2012 events calendar. For more information, visit music.duke.edu.

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  • 1. DUKE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC EVENTS CALENDAR Fall 2012 All events subject to change. ADMISSION FREE unless otherwise indicated. PLEASE NOTE: Baldwin Auditorium will be closed through the 2012-13 season for ongoing renovations.Louise Toppin 9.14, 9.18, 11.6 Susan Fancher 9.30 Rachael Elliott 9.30 Jane Hawkins 9.30 Hsiao-mei Ku 10.5 Wycliffe Gordon, 10.26SEPTEMBER OCTOBERSunday, September 2, 6 pm, East Campus Main Quad Wednesday, October 3, 8 pm, Page AuditoriumDUKE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Harry Davidson, music director DUKE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Harry Davidson, music directorPops Concert Haydn, Mozart and Schumanns Eroica Haydn: Symphony No. 103 in E-Flat Major, Drum Roll * * Fanny Hensel Rediscovered * * Mozart: Concerto in D Major for Violin, K.218, featuring soloists from the violin section of the DSOFriday, September 7, 4 pm, East Duke Parlors Schumann: Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat Major, Op. 97, RhenishSUSAN YOUENS (Notre Dame): Mythos Italien and Fanny Henselwith R. LARRY TODD (Duke) & Duke graduate student ANGELA MACE. Friday, October 5, 8 pm, Nelson Music RoomFollowed by a roundtable discussion about Fanny Mendelssohn Faculty Recital: HSIAO-MEI KU, violin and R. LARRY TODD, pianoHensels Easter Sonata. Sonatas by Mozart, Mendelssohn, and Elgar, and pieces by Ma SicongFriday, September 7, 8 pm, Nelson Music Room Thursday, October 11, 8 pm, Reynolds Industries TheaterCLAREMONT TRIO DUKE WIND SYMPHONY Verena Msenbichler-Bryant, directorFanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Easter Sonata for Piano (premiere Black Dog, featuring JIMMY GILMORE, former principal clarinetistof the restored work) and Piano Trio in D Minor, Op. 11; of the North Carolina Symphony.Felix Mendelssohn, Piano Trio No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 66 Works by Dana Wilson, Ronald LoPresti, Scott McAllister,$22 general/$10 Duke students John Mackey, Darius Milhaud, and Leonard Bernstein.Presented by Duke Performances Saturday, October 13, Reynolds Industries Theater Fanny Hensel Rediscovered is presented in association with The Office of the Vice DUKE STRING SCHOOL Dorothy Kitchen, director Provost for the Arts, Duke Womens Studies, & the Lecture Series in Musicology. 3 pm: Beginning Ensemble & Intermediate I 7 pm: Intermediate II & DUSS Youth Symphony Orchestra **** Thursday, October 18, 8 pm, Nelson Music RoomFriday, September 14, 8 pm, Nelson Music Room KATHARINA UHDE, violin; MARC MOSKOVITZ, cello;Guest/Faculty Recital: LOUISE TOPPIN, soprano; DAVID HEID, piano; and R. LARRY TODD, piano.and FRED RAIMI, cello All-Beethoven ConcertArt songs by African-American composersPresented in association with the Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts Friday, October 19, 4 pm, Room 101 Biddle Music BuildingSunday, September 16, 5 pm, Duke Chapel Lecture Series in Musicology: CREED TAYLOR, jazz producerOrgan Recital: DAVID ARCUS Inside All That Jazz: My Role As A Music Producer Presented in association with the Duke Jazz ProgramPresented by Duke Chapel MusicTuesday, September 18, 5 pm, Bone Hall, Biddle Music Building Saturday, October 20, 3:30 pm, Nelson Music RoomLecture: LOUISE TOPPIN (UNC-Chapel Hill) Chamber Music Master ClassRepertoire lecture on art songs by African American composers with PHILIP SETZER (Emerson String Quartet) Presented in association with Duke PerformancesPresented in association with the Office of the Vice Provost for the ArtsFriday, September 21, 10 am 9 pm, Nelson Music Room Sunday, October 21, 5 pm, Duke ChapelSaturday, September 22, 10 am 9 pm, Nelson Music Room Organ Recital: DOUGLAS CLEVELAND Presented by Duke Chapel MusicVocal Workshops: Contemporary Commercial Singing Styleswith JEANNETTE LOVETRI Friday, October 26, 8 pm, Page AuditoriumRegistration required: 919-681-4984Presented in association with the Duke Voice Care Center DUKE JAZZ ENSEMBLE John Brown, director DUKE DJEMBE ENSEMBLE Bradley Simmons, directorTuesday, September 25, 12 pm, Gothic Reading Room, Perkins Library Showcase Concert with guest artist WYCLIFFE GORDON, tromboneCIOMPI QUARTET Lunchtime Classics $5 general/students & seniors free w/ ticket or I.D.Beethoven: String Quartet in F Major, Op. 59, No. 1, Rasumovsky Saturday, October 27, 8 pm, Duke ChapelSaturday, September 29, 8 pm, Nelson Music Room DUKE CHORALE Rodney Wynkoop, directorCIOMPI QUARTET with ELIOT FISK, guitar DUKE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Harry Davidson, music directorHaydn: String Quartet in C Major, Op. 76, No. 3, Emperor DUKE WIND SYMPHONY Verena Msenbichler-Bryant, directorCastelnuovo-Tedesco: Quintet for Guitar and Strings, Op. 143 Showcase ConcertBeethoven: String Quartet in F Major, Op. 59, No. 1, Rasumovsky $5 general/students & seniors free w/ ticket or I.D.$20 general/$10 all students; 919-684-4444Presented by Duke Performances Sunday, October 28, 5 pm, Nelson Music Room CIOMPI QUARTET with ALLAN WARE, clarinetSunday, September 30, 3 pm, Nelson Music Room Frank Bridge: 3 Novelletten for String QuartetFaculty Recital: SUSAN FANCHER, saxophone, RACHAEL ELLIOTT, Gyorgy Kurtag: 12 Microludes for String Quartetbassoon, and JANE HAWKINS, piano Brahms: Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, Op. 115Poulencs Trio for soprano saxophone, bassoon and piano & other works $20 general/$10 all students; 919-684-4444 Presented by Duke Performances
  • 2. NOVEMBER DECEMBERSaturday, November 3, 2 pm, Nelson Music Room Saturday, December 1, 2 pm, Duke ChapelViolin and Viola Master Class Sunday, December 2, 3 pm, Duke Chapelwith ANTON MILLER & RITA PORFIRIS (Continued from Nov. 30.) DUKE CHAPEL CHOIR Rodney Wynkoop, directorSaturday, November 3, 8 pm, Nelson Music Room Handel, MessiahGuest Recital: ANTON MILLER, violin & RITA PORFIRIS, viola Admission charge; 919-684-4444Works by Errolyn Wallen, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Villa Lobos, Gliere Sponsored by Duke Chapel Music Saturday, December 1, 8 pm, Nelson Music RoomTuesday, November 6, 5 pm, Bone Hall, Biddle Music Building