Congratulations, Tim Hutchens.

Timothy Hutchens (DMA, trombone, 2016) has been accepted into the U.S. Navy music program. Upon completion of basic training this summer and several weeks at the Naval School of Music, Tim will be assigned to one of the Navy’s nine fleet bands around the world.

A Quick Look at this Semester’s Recital Repertoire

Wow! 13 people giving a total of 11 recitals!
Adam Dixon, Hannah Raschko, Collin Logsdon, Liam Russell, Andrew O’Neal, Alex Mayhew, Ben Larson, Paul Lynch, Jordan Crimminger, Nate Bitter, Hasan Sannoufi, Chris Wengert-Ramos, Sydney Forgey.

Just thinking about all the wonderful performances.  Here’s a partial list:
Jacob Concerto, Mvt 1
Ewald, Romance
Peaslee Arrows of Time
Schumann, Five Pieces in Folksong Style
Creston Fantasy (two of them)
Bozza Ballade
Pyor Fantastic Polka
Ewazen, Concerto
Lebedev, Concerto in One Movement
Schnyder, Riffs
McCarty, Sonata
Ewazen, Sonata
Arnold, Fantasy
Culver, Suite
Bach, Cello Suite in D minor
Vaughn-Williams, Tuba Concerto
Tomasi, To be or Not to Be
Sulek, Sonata ‘Vox Gabrieli’
Vine, Love Song
Spaniola, Crossroads
Filas, Sonata ‘At the End of the Century’
JacobTV, I Was Like Wow
Du Silva, Brazilian Dances
Bex, Vademecum
Gillingham, Sonata for Bass Trombone
Hidas, Meditation
Monti, Czardas
Marcello, Sonata in A minor
Jorgensen, Romance
Grondahl, Concerto
Bourgeois Coat de Bone
DeFaye, A la Maniere de Schumann
Larsson, Concertino
and, of course..
Sandstrom, Sang till Lotta

 

All in all, quite a list!

Spring Trombone Night Program!

Spring Trombone Night
In celebration of International Trombone Week
Featuring students of the Arizona State University Trombone Studio
Katzin Concert Hall
Monday, April 10th , 2016, 7:30pm

Inveni David ………………. Anton Bruckner (1824-1896), arr. Douglas Yeo
Conductor: Paul Lynch

Crossroads………………………………………………. Joseph Spaniola (b. 1963)
Soloist: Ben Larson, Conductor: Allan Durazo

Suite for Trombone Ensemble……………… Michael Hennagin (1936-1993)

  1. Prelude
  2. Lyric Piece
  3. Dance

The Amazing Adventures of the Escapist……………. Greg Danner (b. 1958)
III. Chase Scene from Episode 122: “The Escapist vs. The Mindbots”

brief pause

Light Cavalry Overture Franz von Suppe (1819-1895), arr. Craig Kaucher
Andrew O’Neal, Gwyn Goltry, Kendric Knorr, Nick Lehnertz

Suite ……………………………………………… Kazimierz Serocki (1922-1981)

  1. Intrada
  2. Corale
  3. Toccatina

Chris Wengert-Ramos, Alex Mayhew, Seth Neufeldt, Collin Logsdon

Interludio…………………………………………….. Frigyes Hidas (1928-2007)
Adam Dixon, Andrew O’Neal, Paul Lynch

Sonata …………………. Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713), arr. John Mortimer

  1. Grave
  2. Vivace
  3. Adagio
  4. Allegro

Nate Bitter, Sydney Forgey, Hasan Sannoufi, Nick St. Croix

Four Pieces ………………………………………. Jean-Michel DeFaye (b. 1932)

  1. Choral
  2. Mouvement Perpetual
  3. Lento
  4. Final

Ben Larson, Hannah Raschko, Liam Russell, Jordan Crimminger

brief pause

Transmogrify………………………………………… Christian Paarup (b. 1991)

Hymn of Acxiom………………… Vienna Teng (b. 1978), arr. Vernon-Young
Adam Dixon, conductor

Star Wars……………………………. John Williams (b. 1932), arr. McKinney
Andrew O’Neal, conductor

Fall Trombone Night Videos..

Well, better late than never.  Here are some video selections from the Fall Trombone Night concert.  Enjoy!

Enrique Crespo – Bruckner Etude

Kenyon Wilson –  Songs of Distant Earth

Fisher Tull – Concert Piece (quartet: Ben Larson, Hannah Raschko, Liam Russell, Jordan Crimminger)

Anthony Barfield – Reflections

Frank Ticheli – Earth Song (conclusion)