Faculty News: Tom Ashworth's recent performances, Guerino Mazzola invited guest at 2-Composing Differences, and Tanya Remenikova's recent performances with alumni
Tom Ashworth (trombone) performed with Minnesota Orchestra trumpeter Charles Lazarus and his big band on December Holiday concerts in Milwaukee and Wayzata. Ashworth also joined the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra for six CONNECT educational outreach concerts in Ted Mann Concert Hall in February, which included the world premieres of Bruce Adolphe's Concertino for Brass and his Concertino for Chamber Orchestra. Ashworth is also hosting the 2014 U of M Brass Symposium (April 4-6). More info.
Guerino Mazzola (creative studies and media) was recently invited to give a talk at 2-COMPOSING DIFFERENCES at the e-flux project space (41 Essex Street, New York City) on Friday, April 25 at 7 pm. He will give the talk "Melting Glass Beads--The Multiverse Game of Strings and Gestures." Mazzola was also invited to give an in-depth, private discussion at the Museum of Modern Art recording studio on Saturday, April 26 at 10 am. This event will be in the form of a radiophonic workshop and will be made available as podcast. More info.
Faculty member Tanya Remenikova (cello), alumna Natalia Moiseeva (violin, student of Sally O'Reilly), and alumnus Ivan Konev (piano, student of Alexander Braginsky) gave two chamber music recitals with Rachmaninov's and Arensky's Trios on February 5 and 7 at the University Club in St. Paul and at the University of Wisconsin, River Falls.