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Keith Bohm, saxophone with John Cozza, piano Program

Noon Concert
Keith Bohm, saxophone with John Cozza, piano Program

Tableaux de Provence (1959) Farandole des jeunes filles Chanson pour ma Mie La Bohémienne Des Alyscamps L’Ame souspire Le Cabridan Nocturne et Sicilienne (2003)

Paule Maurice (1910–1967)

Tableaux de Provence (1959) Farandole des jeunes filles Chanson pour ma Mie La Bohémienne Des Alyscamps L’Ame souspire Le Cabridan

Paule Maurice (1910–1967)

Armando Ghidoni (b.1959) Robert Planel (1908–1994) Gustavo Beytelmann (b. 1945)

Nocturne et Sicilienne (2003)

Armando Ghidoni (b.1959) Robert Planel (1908–1994) Gustavo Beytelmann (b. 1945)

Prélude et Saltarelle (1956)

Prélude et Saltarelle (1956)

8 Airs Autour du Tango (2005) I. II. Fantaisie Brillante, op. 86 (1862)

8 Airs Autour du Tango (2005) I. II. Fantaisie Brillante, op. 86 (1862)

Jean-Baptiste Singelée (1812-1875)

Jean-Baptiste Singelée (1812-1875)

12:05 pm, Thursday, 2 October 2008 Grand Lobby, Mondavi Center

12:05 pm, Thursday, 2 October 2008 Grand Lobby, Mondavi Center

This concert is being recorded professionally for the university archive. Please remain seated during the music, remembering that distractions will be audible on the recording. Please deactivate cell phones, pagers, and wristwatches. Flash photography and audio and video recording are prohibited during the performance.

This concert is being recorded professionally for the university archive. Please remain seated during the music, remembering that distractions will be audible on the recording. Please deactivate cell phones, pagers, and wristwatches. Flash photography and audio and video recording are prohibited during the performance.

About the Artists Saxophonist Keit h M ic h ael b o h m, a native Californian, has been noted for his “virtuosity” and “expressive playing” (Sacramento Bee and San Francisco Classical Voice). He has toured throughout Europe and given recitals in major cities across the U.S., including a live broadcast performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. He has served as principal saxophonist with the California Wind Orchestra, Mississippi Wind Band, Camellia Symphony, and UC Davis’s own Empyrean Ensemble. Dr. Bohm earned a performance degrees from California State University, Sacramento; the University of Southern Mississippi; and the University of Missouri (Kansas City) Conservatory of Music. He has studied and performed abroad in Lörrach, Germany, with Harry Kinross White and Carina Raschèr of the Raschèr Saxophone Quartet. Bohm gives master classes, lectures, and clinics at major universities, public and private schools, and community centers throughout the United States. He also gives lessons at community music programs, summer camps, and his private studio. Bohm currently serves as an applied music instructor at UC Davis and as professor of saxophone at Cal State Sacramento, where he co-directs the Festival of New American Music. He coordinated Mu Phi Epsilon International Competitions in 2003 and 2007 and served as an MPE ambassador after winning the competition in 1998. Jo hn Co z z a is a teacher, coach/accompanist, chamber musician, adjudicator, and clinician. He currently teaches accompanying and piano at the University of the Pacific and is staff accompanist at Cal State Sacramento. A graduate of the University of Southern California, Northwestern University, and the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna, Dr. Cozza was named director of accompanying at Baylor University in 1994 to design, implement, and administer a Master of Music degree program in piano accompanying. Graduates of this program hold teaching and accompanying positions throughout the world. Collaborating with singers and instrumentalists throughout the U.S., Dr. Cozza’s international engagements have included performances as soloist, accompanist, and chamber musician in such European cities as Vienna, Bologna, Milan, Cologne, and Budapest. Dr. Cozza is the current president of the Sacramento Saturday Club, the oldest musical organization in Sacramento, and one of the oldest west of the Rockies. As stated in its Constitution of 1893, the aims of the organization are: “the musical improvement of its members and the stimulation of musical interests in Sacramento.”

About the Artists Saxophonist Keit h M ic h ae l b o hm, a native Californian, has been noted for his “virtuosity” and “expressive playing” (Sacramento Bee and San Francisco Classical Voice). He has toured throughout Europe and given recitals in major cities across the U.S., including a live broadcast performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. He has served as principal saxophonist with the California Wind Orchestra, Mississippi Wind Band, Camellia Symphony, and UC Davis’s own Empyrean Ensemble. Dr. Bohm earned a performance degrees from California State University, Sacramento; the University of Southern Mississippi; and the University of Missouri (Kansas City) Conservatory of Music. He has studied and performed abroad in Lörrach, Germany, with Harry Kinross White and Carina Raschèr of the Raschèr Saxophone Quartet. Bohm gives master classes, lectures, and clinics at major universities, public and private schools, and community centers throughout the United States. He also gives lessons at community music programs, summer camps, and his private studio. Bohm currently serves as an applied music instructor at UC Davis and as professor of saxophone at Cal State Sacramento, where he co-directs the Festival of New American Music. He coordinated Mu Phi Epsilon International Competitions in 2003 and 2007 and served as an MPE ambassador after winning the competition in 1998. Jo hn Co z z a is a teacher, coach/accompanist, chamber musician, adjudicator, and clinician. He currently teaches accompanying and piano at the University of the Pacific and is staff accompanist at Cal State Sacramento. A graduate of the University of Southern California, Northwestern University, and the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna, Dr. Cozza was named director of accompanying at Baylor University in 1994 to design, implement, and administer a Master of Music degree program in piano accompanying. Graduates of this program hold teaching and accompanying positions throughout the world. Collaborating with singers and instrumentalists throughout the U.S., Dr. Cozza’s international engagements have included performances as soloist, accompanist, and chamber musician in such European cities as Vienna, Bologna, Milan, Cologne, and Budapest. Dr. Cozza is the current president of the Sacramento Saturday Club, the oldest musical organization in Sacramento, and one of the oldest west of the Rockies. As stated in its Constitution of 1893, the aims of the organization are: “the musical improvement of its members and the stimulation of musical interests in Sacramento.”

u p Co M i n g e v e n t s thu, oct 9, 12:05 pm, grand Lobby, Mondavi Center Noon Concert: Hrabba Atladottir, violin. Works for solo violin by Bach, Ysaÿe, and UC Davis’s newest faculty member, Mika Pelo. Free. tue, oct 14, 12:05 pm, room 115, Music building Noon Concert: Emanuele Arciuli, piano. Ives: Piano Sonata No. 2 (“Concord, Mass., 1840–60”). Cosponsored by the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco. Free.

u p Co M i n g e v e n t s thu, oct 9, 12:05 pm, grand Lobby, Mondavi Center Noon Concert: Hrabba Atladottir, violin. Works for solo violin by Bach, Ysaÿe, and UC Davis’s newest faculty member, Mika Pelo. Free. tue, oct 14, 12:05 pm, room 115, Music building Noon Concert: Emanuele Arciuli, piano. Ives: Piano Sonata No. 2 (“Concord, Mass., 1840–60”). Cosponsored by the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco. Free.


				
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