Duane Salisbury and Brian Plitnik will be performing a joint trombone/euphonium/tuba recital on Tuesday, April 17, at 8 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center’s Pealer Recital Hall, as part of the FSU Music Department’s Faculty Artist Series.
The program will consist of “Rondo Concertante” for euphonium and piano by William MacDavis; “Concertino for Tuba and Strings” by Arthur Frackenpohl; “Quick and Delicious” for Trombone and digital reverb by Michael Angell; “Tubabillage” by Pierre Gabaye; and “Meditation” from “Thaïs” by Jules Massenet, arranged by Scott Hartman.
Salisbury is the tuba Instructor at FSU, and serves as the Director of Bands at Northern High School in Garrett County. Plitnik is the trombone/euphonium instructor, aural theory professor, and Director of Brass Ensembles at FSU. Plitnik has previously served as an adjunct faculty member at West Virginia University where he is now in the final stages of a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in Trombone Performance. Pianist Sean Beachy, who is pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in Composition at WVU, will accompany Plitnik and Salisbury.
This concert is free and open to the public. For more information please contact the FSU Music Department at (301) 687-4109.
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