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Sept. 21: Concert features two ensembles – En Chamade, Equinox – at Bryan Hall

faculty-artist-series bannerPULLMAN, Wash. – Two instrumental groups, En Chamade and Equinox, will play independently and together starting 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, to present a Faculty Artist Series in Washington State University’s Bryan Hall.

The first portion of the evening will feature En Chamade, a duo including David Turnbull, trumpet, and Jill Schneider, organ. They will perform two pieces, a concerto by Alessandro Marcello, and the Sonata in C by Tomaso Albinoni.

The second half will highlight Equinox, a WSU brass quintet including David Turnbull and Noah Austin, trumpet; Martin King, horn; Sarah Miller, trombone; and Christopher Dickey, tuba. They will perform Quintet No. 2 by Victor Ewald.

To end the evening, the two ensembles will join forces and perform Carlyle Sharpe’s Prelude, Elegy and Scherzo for brass quintet and organ.

Tickets go on sale one hour before performances in the lobby and cost $10 general admission, $5 senior citizens and non-WSU students, and free for WSU students with ID. Proceeds benefit the School of Music Scholarship Fund

For more information, see the School of Music calendar, https://calendar.wsu.edu/events/category/school-of-music. 

Media Contact:

  • Sandra Albers, WSU School of Music, 509-335-4148, sandra_albers@wsu.edu.

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