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Saint Vincent College Concert Series to Present Trombone Quartet Nov. 30

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Posted: Monday Nov 19, 2012

Nov. 19, 2012

Trombone quartet The Guidonian Hand will be the next presentation in the Saint Vincent College Concert Series at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30 in the Robert S. Carey Student Center Performing Arts Center.

Members of the quartet include Mark Broschinsky, William Lang, Sebastian Vera and James Rogers.

Their program will include Three Equale by Ludwig van Beethoven, Requiem by Michael Haydn, Doppelfugue and other works for organ by Johann Albrechtsberger, Sonata for 4 by Johann Joseph Fux, Notturno by C.D. von Dittersdorf, Piece for Organ by Franz Xaver Süssmayr, Sonata by Georg Christoph Wagenseil and a holiday medley.

Acclaimed by The New York Times for their “expertly played” performances displaying “meaty lower brass textures,” The Guidonian Hand is New York City’s leading modern trombone collective.

An exhilarating addition to New York’s vibrant music scene, the Hand has performed extensively in the New York metropolitan area at such venues as the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society, Le Poisson Rouge, The Stone, The Juilliard School, Galapagos Art Space, Manhattan School of Music, The Tank, Mannes College of Music, New York University, Roulette, INTAR Theater and the Gershwin Hotel’s New Music series. They also appeared as guest artists at the 2010 International Trombone Festival in Austin, Texas.

Upcoming engagements include appearances in Georgia, South Carolina, Texas and New York.  In addition to modern literature, The Guidonian Hand gives a fresh voice to classical repertoire, situating art music of the past on a continuum with music written today. Programs frequently reflect eclectic and wide-ranging musical interests, from Bach to Mozart to Thelonius Monk and beyond. Further information is available on their website, www.trombonehand.com

Admission is $25 for adults and $15 for students. They may be purchased online at http://concertseries.stvincent.edu, by calling 724 805-2565, or at the door on concert evenings.

Season tickets, flex passes and group rates are also available.

A dinner concert package, A Classic Evening at Saint Vincent, is offered for $50 with advance reservations.

Continuing this season is a complimentary shuttle service between the parking areas and the Performing Arts Center.

Upcoming concerts in the series include The New Trio, January 26, 2013; Asteria, Renaissance Duo, February 23, 2013; Tempesta di Mare – Philadelphia Baroque Chamber Players, March 23, 2013; and Veit Hertenstein, viola, April 20, 2013.

The Saint Vincent College Concert Series receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. These grant funds are administered in this region by the Pennsylvania Rural Arts Alliance.

Further details are available by contacting the Concert Series Box Office, 724 805-2565 or http://concertseries.stvincent.edu.


Photo: The Guidonian Hand 


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