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Venue: Fred Fox School of Music
Venue: Holsclaw Hall
Venue: Holsclaw Hall
Venue: Crowder Hall
Venue: Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church
The 46th annual President’s Concert honors the current University of Arizona president; Dr. Robert C. Robbins, who was in attendance on Friday, February 1, 2019. The concert's featured student soloists were flutist Ivo Shin, performing the first movement of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Flute Concerto No. 2 in D Major, soprano Erika Burkhart performing the “Poison Aria” from Roméo et Juliette by Charles Gounod, pianist Minjun Dong performing the first movement of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat Minor, and cellist Diana Yusupov performing Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s Cello Concerto in C Major.
The students were selected from each area of the Fred Fox School of Music – strings, voice, wind and percussion, and keyboard. They represent the depth of talent at the school, shining in this performance with the Arizona Symphony Orchestra. Their performances were conducted by doctoral student Sean Bresseman and faculty guest conductor Yudai Ueda. The program also included Mozart’s Overture to “Die Zauberflöte” and “The Cowboys Overture” by John Williams, under the baton of Dr. Thomas Cockrell.
The Jeffrey Haskell Recording Studio is one of the many hidden gems of our Fred Fox School of Music. We are extremely proud of this valuable resource available to anyone. Please visit the site for more information.
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The Fred Fox School of Music is an important destination for a rewarding life in music.
Our nationally and internationally recognized faculty members are dedicated to the development of your talents. They are equally at home in the classroom, studio, or on the performance stage. Along with one-on-one teaching and mentoring, our performance faculty members regularly appear in solo recitals and/or as guest artists with major opera companies, symphony orchestras, chamber groups, and many other ensembles. In addition, our academic faculty members author books that are published by the finest scholarly publishing houses, write articles that appear in major music journals, and regularly present papers and other scholarly lectures at significant international conferences.Apply Now
We educate musicians as composers, educators, performers, and scholars to build meaningful lives in the arts. We contribute to the communities and institutions where we live using music to inspire and promote learning and creativity, to increase awareness of music as an essential element of the human condition, and to assist in solving problems for individuals and institutions across many domains of human experience.
The Fred Fox School of Music will be a leader among schools of music in American land grant institutions. The School will be an interdependent community of student and faculty composers, educators, performers, and scholars who balance the primary work of training musicians for careers in the arts with performances, scholarships, and outreach activities that enrich the cultural life at regional, national, and international levels.
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