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Syracuse University’s Setnor School of Music faculty featured in next installment of the 2002-03 Brahms Festival
Syracuse University’s Setnor School of Music faculty featured in next installment of the 2002-03 Brahms FestivalMarch 21, 2003Judy Holmesjlholmes@syr.edu
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Musicians from Syracuse University’s Rose, Jules R. and Stanford S. Setnor School of Music will be the featured performers in the next installment of the University’s 2002-03 Brahms Festival on March 25 at 8 p.m. in the Setnor Auditorium in Crouse College. The concert is presented by the Setnor Tuesday Concert Series and is free and open to the public.
The program will feature Setnor School of Music Director Joseph Downing performing “Selected Chorale Preludes” on the auditorium’s historic Holtkamp organ; violinist Andrew Waggoner and pianist Ida Trebicka performing “Violin Sonata in G Major,” op. 78; mezzo-soprano Martha Sutter performing “2 Songs” accompanied by Trebicka and violist Tawnya Popoff; and cellist Caroline Stinson and pianist Steven Heyman performing “Cello Sonata in F Major,” op. 99.
The Brahms Festival is a year-long celebration of the works of Johannes Brahms through concerts, classes and seminars co-presented by the Setnor School of Music; the New York City-based Cassatt Quartet, SU’s quartet-in-residence; and the Department of Fine Arts in The College of Arts and Sciences. For a complete schedule of events, call 443-2191.