The “Big Bang” 2013 featuring the UL Lafayette Percussion Ensemble, Steel Drum Band, Afro-Caribbean Ensemble, and African Drum and Dance Ensemble. With special Guest Artists Mark Ford (Marimba virtuoso and Director of Percussion at the University of North Texas), Jeff Mills (Drum Set artist and instructor at the Univ. of Southern Miss.), and Ashleigh D’Aunoy (African dance specialist). Friday, April 12, 7:30 PM, Angelle Hall, $5 at the door, Free with UL Student or Faculty ID.
The Louisiana Brass Quintet will perform their Fall Recital on Monday, November 26, 2012, 7:30 pm at Ducrest/ Gilfry Auditorium in Angelle Hall on the UL Campus.
The LBQ, music faculty at the University of Louisiana, Lafayette
includes Paul Morton and German Rojas, trumpets, Catherine
Roche-Wallace, horn, Eddie Mueller, trombone, and Scott Landry, tuba. Since its inception over 25 years ago, the LBQ has brought its eclectic style of brass playing to audiences throughout Louisiana. In addition to their formal recitals, the LBQ acts as “brass ambassadors” for the UL School of Music, presenting programs in high schools across the state.
The concert is free, the public is cordially invited to attend.
The UL School of Music and Performing Arts will be presenting their annual Christmas Concert on Saturday, December 1st at 7:30 pm in Angelle Auditorium. This exciting performance will feature the combined talent of the UL Wind Ensemble, Orchestra, Choir, & Percussion Ensemble.
“This is a great way to enjoy some holiday music and take a 90-minute break before exams begin,” says UL Band Director William J. Hochkeppel.
Each group will be performing Christmas classics including works by Rutter, Holst, Reed, Tschesnokoff, Camphouse, Hansen, Prokofiev, and Walton.
For more information call 337-482-6224.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Concert Series proudly presented world class pianists Chee-Hung Toh & Dennis Lee in a Solo and Four-Hands Piano Concert on Monday April 23 in Ducrest-Gilfry Auditorium in Angelle Hall. Toh and Lee performed works by Clementi, Schubert, Liszt, Debussy, Ravel, and Moszkowski.