Posted: August 23, 1999
A series of four Sunday evening performances hosted by the CSUS music department will celebrate the New Millennium throughout the 1999-2000 season. The series, under the direction of CSUS professors Laurel Zucker and Andrew Luchansky, will feature CSUS faculty and guest artists of international stature.
The series opens Sunday, Oct. 3, with "Flute Music from Around the World," performed by celebrated flutist Terri Sundberg. The concert, at 7:30 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall, will feature music by Mower, Fukushima, Jolivet, Doppler and Copland. Sundberg is currently flute professor and a member of the North Chamber Winds at the University of North Texas. She has performed with the Orchestra Sinfonica de Mineria in Mexico City, the Haydenfestpie Orchestra in Vienna, the Fort Worth Symphony, the Dallas Opera Orchestra and the Oklahoma City Philharmonic.
Other concerts in the series will include "Celebrating Copland," a presentation by the Gold Country Chamber Orchestra, scheduled at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 20, in the Music Recital Hall. Featuring CSUS artists Claudia Kitka and Deborah Pittman, the program will include Appalachian Spring, Eight Poems of Emily Dickinson, Clarinet Concerto, Three Latin-American Sketches and Hoe-Down. The Gold Country Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1998. Its players include classical musicians who live in and around the Capital Region.
Dates for the remaining two concerts will be announced shortly. Tickets for concerts are $10 general and $6 students and seniors. For information on series tickets, call the CSUS Central Ticket Office at (916) 278-4323.
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