New SUNY Oswego music faculty member Angela Space will introduce her saxophone skills to the community with a recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.
There is no admission fee, and the public is invited to attend.
Robert Auler of the music faculty will accompany Space on piano. Their repertoire will include pieces by composers from around the world, including Warren Benson of the United States, Ryo Noda of Japan, Percy Grainger of Australia and Paule Maurice of France.
Space has performed throughout the United States with groups such as the New World Symphony, the Florida Philharmonic, the South Bend Symphony and the Temptations.
She was a featured soloist with the University of Miami Wind Ensemble at the 2003 Concert Band Director’s National Conference and a soloist with the 2003 Performing Arts Institute of Wyoming Seminary Wind Ensemble.
She performs regularly at conferences and festivals including the North American Saxophone Alliance and the World Saxophone Congress. She has served on the faculties of Indiana University at South Bend, Florida International University and the University of Miami.
Space earned her doctor of music degree in saxophone performance from the University of Miami, her master of music degree in saxophone performance from Ithaca College and her bachelor of music degree in music education and saxophone performance from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Persons with disabilities who need assistance to attend this performance should the SUNY Oswego music department in advance at 312-2130.
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(Posted: Sep 01, 2004)