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      October 25, 2019

      Friday   8:00 PM

      3300 Poinsett Highway
      Greenville, South Carolina 29613

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      Furman Music Tickets 2019-2020

      FURMAN Sound Quality Series 2019 - 2020 Performances take place on the Furman University campus in Daniel Recital Hall, McAlister Auditorium or Daniel Memorial Chapel. All events start at 8:00pm.  Box office opens at 7:00pm for Will Call pick-up and walk-up sales. INDIVIDUAL TICKETS $20 ....Adults$15 ....Seniors / FU OLLi members$ 5 .....Students / Youth / Furman Fac/staff **ON-LINE TICKET SALES CLOSE at 2pm, but tickets can still be purchased at the door! Seating: General AdmissionExchanges and Refunds:  Tickets are non-refundable. Exchanges for other Sound Quality events are possible 24 hours in advance of the event, but must be made in person at the Furman Music Office between 8:30am and 5pm, M-F.Information: Call the Furman Music office at 864-294-2086 or email musictickets@furman.edu if you have any questions or if you need assistance with this order form.Wait, there's more!  Furman Music presents 220+ recitals and events annually, many are free.  View all at www.furman.edu/MusicCalendar SCHEDULE October 25 Furman Symphony Orchestra John Concklin, guest conductor Friday, 8pm, McAlister Auditorium JOHN CONCKLIN, guest conductor The Furman Symphony Orchestra opens the large ensemble series with masterworks Symphony #104 (London) by Haydn, Faurè’s Pèlleas and Mèlisande, and Javelin by contemporary composer Michael Torke. The program is under the direction of guest conductor John Concklin. November 8 Faculty Chamber Recital Friday, 8pm, Daniel Recital Hall Join us for a night of art song and jazz emceed by Furman professor Benjamin Dobbs. Among the program features will be tenor Grant Knox and flutist Cynthia Hopkins presenting John Corigliano’s Three Irish Folksong Settings, and bass-baritone Craig Price performing Gustav Mahler’s Fünf Rückert Lieder with pianist Dewitt Tipton. Finally, Furman’s jazz faculty will cap off the evening with some swinging music. December 6 MESSIAH Friday, 8pm, McAlister Auditorium Hugh Ferguson Floyd conducts. Furman Symphony Orchestra and Oratorio Chorus Handel’s Messiah occupies a unique, near mythical position as a monument of western civilization. In its two-and-a-half-century history, Messiah has received more performances by more musicians, amateur and professional alike, than any other major work. One of the most highly anticipated presentations on the Furman calendar, Hugh Ferguson Floyd conducts the Furman Symphony Orchestra, the Furman Oratorio Chorus and student soloists as they present Parts I and II of Messiah, concluding with the “Hallelujah” chorus. Purchase your tickets early for this event! January 24 Faculty Chamber Recital Friday, 8pm, Daniel Recital Hall Emceed by Furman professor Benjamin Dobbs, this 90-minute program includes music for voice, brass, and strings. Soprano Alison Trainer will present Darius Mihaud’s Chansons de Ronsard with pianist Dewitt Tipton. The Poinsett Piano Trio featuring pianist David Gross, violinist Deidre Hutton, and violoncellist Christopher Hutton will perform a selection from their extensive repertoire. Finally, trumpeter Gary Malvern, trombonist Mark Britt, and pianist Derek Parsons will team up to perform Eric Ewazen’s An Elizabethan Songbook. February 14 Furman Jazz Ensemble and Combos Mike Kocour, guest artist Friday, 8pm, Daniel Recital Hall MIKE KOCOUR, guest artist Joined by acclaimed guest artist Mike Kocour on piano, the Furman Jazz Ensemble and Combos will present a toe-tapping program of music from the Great American Songbook and modern jazz compositions for both big band and small group. Kocour has several recordings to his name and serves as the Director of Jazz Studies at Arizona State University. February 28 Furman Symphony Orchestra Charlie Vernon, trombone guest soloist David Glover, guest conductor Friday, 8pm, McAlister Auditorium CHARLIE VERNON, trombone guest soloist DAVID GLOVER, guest conductor The Furman Symphony Orchestra presents Rimsky-Korsakov’s Russian Easter Overture, Symphony No. 8 by Beethoven, and Chicago Symphony trombonist Charles Vernon performing Ewazen’s Rhapsody for Bass Trombone. The concert is directed by guest conductor David Glover, music director of the Lynchburg Virginia Symphony. Glover also has held conducting positions with the North Carolina Symphony and the Indianapolis Symphony. March 16 & 17 Furman Singers Hugh Ferguson Floyd, conductor Monday/Tuesday, 8pm, Daniel Chapel April 4 Percussion Ensemble Omar Carmenates, director Saturday, 8pm, Daniel Recital Hall April 16    (Change of date) Furman Symphonic Band Conducted by Sue Samuels and Jay Bocook Thursday, 8pm, McAlister Auditorium April 23 and 25 Furman Lyric Theatre presents Cendrillon (Cinderella, English) by Jules Massenet Keith Chambers, guest conductor Thursday/Saturday, 8pm, McAlister Auditorium Furman Lyric Theatre - Cinderella by Jules Massenet Thursday & Saturday, 8pm, McAlister Auditorium Grant Knox, director Keith Chambers, guest conductor Furman Symphony Orchestra Massenet’s lavish setting of this classic fairy tale aptly blends wit, sophistication and elegance. Based on the story by Charles Perrault, this opera should please all ages, pairing beautiful music with the familiar story of the ash-sweeping Cinderella, her Fairy Godmother, the magic glass slippers, and of course, Prince Charming. The opera will be sung in English.

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