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[University of Wisconsin-Green Bay News Release]

For Immediate Release:

March 24, 2008

UW-Green Bay faculty members will perform in March 29 recital

GREEN BAY-Three musicians who joined the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay faculty in fall 2007 will perform in recital at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 29 in Fort Howard Hall of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The event is free and open to the public.

Adam Gaines, trumpet; Eric Hansen, clarinet; and David Severtson, piano, will present a program of compositions by 18th, 19th and 20th century composers, concluding with a piece by UW-Green Bay faculty composer Terence J. O'Grady.

Gaines, who has a Doctor of Arts in Music degree from Ball State University, came to UW-Green Bay from Pennsylvania where he taught in various venues, including most recently at the Community College of Philadelphia. Hansen had a one-year appointment at UW-Green Bay in 2006-07. He has a Master of Music in clarinet performance from the University of Kentucky where he studied with former UW-Green Bay faculty member Scott Wright. Severtson formerly taught at Macalaster College in St. Paul and Luther College in Iowa. His Doctor of Musical Arts in piano performance is from the University of Minnesota.

The three will perform together on O'Grady's Trio Whimsico for Piano, Clarinet and Trumpet.

Gaines and Severtson will present 20th century American composer Kent Kennan's Sonata for Trumpet and Piano. Hansen will perform the "Abyss of Birds" for solo clarinet from Oliver Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time.

Also on the program, Gaines will be featured on "Da Tempeste," Cleopatra's aria from G. F. Handel's "Julius Caesar," and Allegro de Concours, by Auguste DeBoeck; and Hansen will be featured on Premiere Rhapsodie, by Claude Debussy and Fantasia da Concerto on themes form Verdi's "Rigoletto" by Luigi Bassi. Severtson will accompany in each case.

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08-68 | Contact: Virginia Dell dellv@uwgb.edu, (920) 465-2144



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