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University of Maryland Wind Orchestra: Pushing Boundaries

UMD Wind Orchestra: Pushing Boundaries . Saturday, February 27th . 8PM

 

Join the University of Maryland Wind Orchestra for a concert that celebrates pushing boundaries. UMWO will perform two of Stravinsky’s most innovative works: Symphonies of Wind Instruments, and his Piano Concerto with faculty artist Mayron Tsong. This landmark program also features the premieres of a work by American composer Steve Mackey and a percussion concerto featuring faculty artist Lee Hinkle.

Program
Stravinsky: Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1947)
Stravinsky: Piano Concerto
Steve Mackey — World Premiere

Learn more about the artists featured on this program with these selected materials, available in the collections of the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library. For items held in the paged collections room, please ask at the circulation desk.

Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Scriabin — Mayron Tsong, piano
Location:  Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library — IPAM
Call Number:  MCENT CRC 2946  

*Also accessible online through the UMD Libraries: https://umaryland.on.worldcat.org/oclc/811455059?databaseList=638

Also accessible online through the UMD Libraries: https://umaryland.on.worldcat.org/oclc/811455059?databaseList=638
In her debut recording, University of Maryland School of Music faculty artist Mayron Tsong explores pieces by several great Russian composers: Rachmaninoff’s Etudes-tableaux, Op. 33 and Piano Sonata No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 36; Prokofiev’s Sarcasms, Op. 17, and two of the four pieces from his Op. 4; as well as several movements from Scriabin’s Op. 11 Preludes.  A must-listen for anyone interested in Russian piano works.

 

Theatrical Music for Solo Percussion: Works by Georges Aperghis, Daniel Adams, Stuart Saunders Smith, Lee Hinkle — Lee Hinkle, percussion and voice
Accessible online through the UMD Libraries: https://umaryland.on.worldcat.org/oclc/923030779?databaseList=638


Great news for fans of streaming media! Through the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library, the UMD community has access to a digital recording of UMD School of Music faculty artist Lee Hinkle’s Theatrical Music for Solo Percussion. This recording of twentieth and twenty-first century works for percussion is available through the streaming music database Naxos Music Library.
The Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library’s digital collections include over two million tracks of classical, jazz and world music, and over 1500 hours of masterclass, dance and opera video from Naxos Music Library, Medici.tv, Met Opera On Demand, Classical Music Library, Opera in Video, Dance in Video, Contemporary World Music and other streaming databases. Accessible 24/7 from anywhere in the world with a valid UMD Directory ID and password, these resources may also be accessed by the public while on-campus; visit MSPAL’s circulation desk for a UMD Libraries guest account. Log onto www.lib.umd.edu/mspal/databases and start searching our digital collections today!