|Thursday, April 20, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 137
The Boss proves he can still rock
|Moores School of
Music heats up this week with recitals galore
Moores Music Notes
Jason Caesar Consolacion
MSM Wind Ensemble -- 7:30 p.m. Monday, Moores Opera House. The program, titled "Filmharmonic!," includes music by composers of the silver screen, namely John Williams, Aaron Copland and Igor Stravinsky. Peter Perot Morris, director.
AURA -- 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Moores Opera House. The Moores School of Music's contemporary music ensemble presents "Altered Voices," featuring electro-acoustic music of guest composer Paul Steinberg, guest clarinetist Alan Woy and the debut performance of the MSM Concert Women's Chorus under the direction of Betsy Weber. Rob Smith, AURA director.
MSM Symphony Orchestra -- 7:30 p.m. Friday, Moores Opera House. The program will include Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68 by Johannes Brahms and Violin Concerto No. 2 (1938) by Bela Bartok. Palina Arnadorrit, winner of the 1999 Moores School Concerto Competition, will be the solo violinist. Franz Anton Krager, conductor.
Bach Celebraion Recital -- 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Organ Recital Hall (Fine Arts Building). The program will feature students from the organ studio of Robert Bates, Associate Professor of Organ at the Moores School of Music.
Tickets for all concerts are $6 ($4 for students and seniors) and can be purchased at the door (unless otherwise noted). For more information, call the Moores School Box Office at (713) 743-3313 or log on to the Moores School of Music's Web site at www.uh.edu/music.
Also, to all music majors, don't forget to attend the Tuesday Recital (this is a requirement, remember?). Check the white markerboard by the stairs in the lobby of the Moores School of Music for more information. Tuesday recitals are held at 1 p.m. either in Dudley Recital Hall or the Moores Opera House.
If you would like your recital, master class or even your birthday (MSM students only, please) announced in Moores Music Notes, e-mail announcements to email@example.com (if you are submitting your birthday, please include your major and classification).
All entries must be e-mailed by 3 p.m. Tuesday. They will appear in The Daily Cougar the following Wednesday.
Musical Term of the Week
Opus -- Latin: work. Generally used in the listing of a composer's works by opus numbers, usually abbreviated to "Op."
Since the Latin plural opera would lead to unnecessary confusion it is best avoided, although the alternative opuses remains an unsatisfactory substitute.
Opus numbers are not always a guide to the date of composition or even to the date of publication.
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