The concert is free to the public, commemorates the closing of the photographic exhibition of the works of Bayard Wootten, and will be a part of the First Friday Downtown events on March 3.
This installment of the Collage Chamber Series is our first concert away from UNCG. We are thrilled to hold the concert at GPS (Greensboro Project Space), the new downtown Greensboro art space of the UNCG School of Visual Art. The Collage series is performed by UNCG School of Music faculty.
Our concert is also the Collage Chamber Series' contribution to the UNCG campus wide theme of War and Peace Imagined. The works programmed for the concert have a connection to acts and concepts of war, peace, conflict, and resolution.
Kyoo Hye Lim, piano
Clara O'Brien, mezzo-soprano
Alexander Ezerman, cello
Stephanie Ezerman, violin
Steve Stusek, baritone saxophone
Laurent Estoppey, soprano saxophone
Emily Aiken, dancer
Brianna Taylor, dancer
Nathaniel Olson, baritone
James Douglass, piano
Works to be performed are:
Abraham Lincoln Walked at Midnight - for mezzo soprano,
piano trio. Composer: Roy Harris
Ricochet - for 2 saxophones, video, and 2 dancers.