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Students to perform with visiting trumpet professor

Audience members will be treated to an upbeat evening during the Sept. 8 presentation of Fanfares, Marches and Other Literature for Brass Choir at UNT, featuring the UNT Teaching Fellow Brass Choir with percussion and Visiting Professor of Trumpet Allen Vizzutti. This concert will be conducted by Assistant Director of Wind Studies Nicholas Williams

“Performing with Allen Vizzutti is a great experience for our students," Williams said. "The audience will be treated to a top notch professional quality concert while students get the opportunity to perform with one of the best of the best.”

The program includes Five Episodes for Trumpet and Brass Choir, one of the most thrilling Allen Vizzuttishowpieces for the trumpet, written by Vizzutti, right, and Jeff Tyzik, principal pops conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra; The Call: The Brass Presented, a piece written in 2005 by Dutch percussionist and composer Nick Woud; as well as arrangements of music by Berlioz, Strauss, Wagner and Verdi published by Kagarice Brass Editions.

UNT trombone professor, Dr. Vern Kagarice, who started Kagarice Brass Editions, provided sheet music for the musicians and intended to conduct the concert. Due to illness, he has passed the baton to Williams, the talented conductor and fellow UNT faculty member. The concert will be dedicated to Kagarice for his 30 years of service teaching trombone and directing trombone choirs at UNT.

Vizzutti has worked with jazz legends such as Chick Corea and Doc Severinsen. He has performed on several movie soundtracks, including those for Back to the Future and Star Trek, and has extensive experience as a classical and jazz artist. He will be a visiting professor at UNT for the 2014-15 academic year.

The concert starts at 8 p.m. Sept. 8 in Winspear Hall at the Murchison Performing Arts Center.

  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $8 for seniors, non-UNT students, children, UNT faculty, staff and retirees, and groups of 10 or more; free for UNT students with valid ID.
  • Call the Murchison Box Office at 940-369-7802.
  • See more College of Music events.

 --Margarita Venegas, News Promotions


Posted on: Fri 05 September 2014

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