Don’t Miss ‘Schubert on the Bluff Concert II: A Vanished World’
The music of composers Franz Schubert and Duquesne University's own David Stock will return to the Mary Pappert School of Music with A Vanished World, the second installment in the three-year Schubert on the Bluff concert series.
The performance will feature Schubert's Six Moments musicaux, D. 780 and Sonata in B-Flat Major, D. 960 along with Stock's Sea of Reeds and A Vanished World.
Featured performers will include series artistic director David Allen Wehr, the Jack W. Geltz Distinguished Piano Chair at Duquesne University, and the following Mary Pappert School of Music faculty who also are members of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra:
- Scott Bell, adjunct professor of oboe
- Marylène Gingras-Roy, adjunct professor of viola
- Rhian Kenny, adjunct professor of flute/piccolo
- James Rodgers, adjunct professor of bassoon
- Ron Samuels, adjunct professor of clarinet
- Gretchen Van Hoesen, adjunct professor of harp.
Audiences are invited to arrive early for a pre-concert discussion featuring Wehr and Van Hoesen, beginning at 2:30 p.m.
When: Sunday, Oct. 25, 2:30 p.m., pre-concert discussion, 3 p.m., concert
Where: The PNC Recital Hall, School of Music, Duquesne University, 600 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh.
Information: Seating is reserved for the Schubert on the Bluff series. Admission is $10; audiences can purchase tickets by visiting www.duq.edu/Schubert, by emailing email@example.com or by calling 412.232.3853.
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