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Christopher Hahn Trumpet Recital

Author: Kasey Grote/Tuesday, September 11, 2018/Categories: Events

Event date: 9/13/2018 7:30 PM Export event

The first Music Department event of the season will be a recital by Christopher Hahn and Friends this Thursday, Sept. 13, at 7:30 pm in Meier Recital Hall. Hahn will be joined by students from the trumpet studio and the Black Hills Brass Quintet. Hahn will be performing a wide range of pieces from a jazz trumpet quartet to arrangements of Beatles songs. Hahn will also perform 3 Uncharacteristic Pieces by Peter Schickele, better known as P.D.Q. Bach and a piece for trumpet, electronics, and video that explores chaos theory. Admission is free and donations to support Friends of Music scholarships will be taken at the door.

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