School of Music Tickets

New Millennium Series

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The 2019 New Millennium Series includes:
2/12/19 - Calefax Reed Quintet 
2/27/19 - Telegraph Quartet
3/27/19 - Garrick Ohlsson
4/24/19 - Camerata Deia

Camerata Deia
Camerata Deia

Wednesday, April 24, 2019 - 7:30pm
$20 adult, $15 seniors, $5 students
Camerata Deia, is the ensemble in residence at the Festival International de Musica, in Deia, Spain. The group comprises musicians from both Spain and the United States. Their program on the New Millennium Series includes the Turina Piano Quartet, the Granados Piano Quintet and the remarkable Mendelssohn Octet for Strings. Conrad Wilson said about the Mendelssohn, "Its youthful verve, brilliance and perfection make it one of the miracles of nineteenth-century music."

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Piano Series

Geoffrey Burleson
Geoffrey Burleson

Saturday, May 4, 2019 - 7pm
$20 adult, $15 seniors, $10 students

The Piano Series presents guest artist Geoffrey Burleson.  His program will feature works by Saint-Saëns, UC Davis professor Laurie San Martin's "Dances for Solo Piano", and Liszt's "Dante Sonata". Burelson has performed to wide acclaim throughout Europe and North America, and is equally active as a recitalist, concerto soloist, chamber musician and jazz performer. The New York Times has hailed his solo performances as "vibrant" and "compelling", and has praised his "command, projection of rhapsodic qualities without loss of rhythmic vigor, and appropriate sense of spontaneity and fetching colors".

Mr. Burleson made his New York City solo recital debut at Merkin Concert Hall in 2000, sponsored by the League of Composers/ISCM (International Society for Contemporary Music.) He has appeared as concerto soloist with numerous orchestras and ensembles, including the Buffalo Philharmonic, New England Philharmonic, Boston Musica Viva, Pioneer Valley Symphony, Arlington Philharmonic, and the Holland Symfonia in the Netherlands, performing repertoire ranging from Mozart, Weber and Saint-Saens to Gershwin and Klaas de Vries. 

Mr. Burleson was winner of the Silver Medal in the International Piano Recording Competition, and won Special Commendations in the Vienna Modern Masters International Performers Competition. He was also the recipient of a DAAD grant from the German government to support a residency at the Academy of Arts in Berlin. He is a graduate of the Peabody Conservatory, New England Conservatory, and Stony Brook University (D.M.A.). Currently, Mr. Burleson is recording the complete piano works of Camille Saint-Saens, being released on 5 CD volumes on the new Naxos Grand Piano label
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Helpful Information

School of Music website | School of Music Event CalendarNew Millennium Concert Series website

Directions, Parking & Information  (click for detailed directions)

  • For events in Capistrano Hall (Cap 151 and Capistrano Concert Hall):

    • Doors open approximately 20-30 minutes prior to concert start time
    • Will call/door sales begin one hour prior to concert start time
    • Seating is general admission, first come, first serve
    • Parking for ticketed events is free in Parking Structure 1 in student/daily spaces only starting 1 hour prior to the event time
  • For Choirs concerts at St. John's Lutheran Church:
    • Parking is free in the parking structure on K street between 17th and 18th streets during choir events.
    •  The church is located at 1701 L Street, Sacramento 95811 
    • Seating is general admission.
    • Doors open approximately one hour prior to start time.
    • Will call/door sales begin one hour prior to concert start time
    • Late arrivers may be asked to wait in the lobby for a break in the performance to avoid disturbance.
    • The performance lasts approximately 90 minutes.