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THE MARKET SQUARE BRASS PROJECT
What happens when you combine brass musicians, composition students and a renovated clock tower? Join Musiqa for a series of unique lunchtime concerts performed WITHIN the Market Square Clock Tower to find out!
As part of What Time Is It?, the public art clock tower project by Jo Ann Fleischhauer and Musiqa, Musiqa will present a series of world premiere brass compositions during a series of monthly lunch-time concerts at the Market Square Clock Tower. The first concert will feature a new composition by Moores School of Music student Adam Beard, performed by fellow Moores student Russell Haehl. This short concert will launch a 6-month series in which each month another student composer will present a new brass premiere to be added to the program. The instrumentation will increase until the final performance in March will feature 6 new compositions and 6 performers.
The Market Square Brass Project
Friday, December 13, 2013
Market Square Clock Tower, 301 Travis
Featuring original compositions by Adam Beard, Alex Clouse and Joshua Zinn, performed by Dylan Dann, Russell Haehl and Stephen Wadenpfuhl.
Friday, January 10, 2013
Friday, February 2014 - TBD
Friday, March 2014 - FINAL CONCERT - TBD
All performances are free and will be held in the Market Square Clock Tower at 301 Travis.
to everyone who came out to support music for our Fall 2013 Benefit: Time for the Unexpected.
The evening took place in the art-filled home of Larry and Sherry Davis and featured percussion performances by Craig Hauschildt and Blake Wilkins.
Hosts Larry and Sherry Davis with Musiqa Artistic Director Anthony Brandt
Guests Sandy and Jim D'Imperio
Artistic Board Member Karim Al-Zand, Carrie Shoemake, Ronaldo Fraga, Judy Nyquist
Cyril Tawa, Board Member Kathleen Boyd
Musicians Blake Wilkins and Craig Hauschildt in performance
Thank you to all of our guests! Special thanks to our hosts Larry and Sherry Davis and our Sponsors: Allianz, David Harris, Harris/Deaton Advisors and Molinas.