[ Concerts ]

Trombone and tuba students shine in Oct. 6 recital

Concert features brass pieces by Berio, Ewazen, Nielsen, and more
October 1, 2014

YSM Trombone Studio

The School of Music presents a recital featuring its trombone and tuba studios on Monday, October 6, 2014 at 7:30 pm. The program is directed by faculty member and trombonist Scott Hartman.

The program includes Luciano Berio’s Sequenza No. 5 for solo trombone; David Fetter’s Variations on “Dona Nobis Pacem”; and excerpts from Erik Nielsen’s Slidebone for solo trombone. Two pieces will feature brass with piano: a movement from Eric Ewazen’s Tuba Concerto, and Caleb Burhans’ Phantasie for trombone and piano.

Scott Hartman will perform the Nielsen Slidebone. Student performers include Richard Liverano, tenor trombone (Berio); Daniel Fears, bass trombone (Fetter); John Leibensperger, tuba (Ewazen); and Curtis Biggs, tenor trombone (Burhans).

The concert takes place in Sudler Recital Hall in W.L. Harkness Hall (100 Wall Street, New Haven). Admission is free and open to the public. The recital will also stream live online.

For more information, visit music.yale.edu or contact the Yale School of Music concert office at 203-432-4158.


About Scott Hartman

Scott Hartman

Scott Hartman, trombone professor

Scott Hartman, who joined the Yale faculty in 2001 as Lecturer in Trombone, received his B.M. and M.M. degrees from the Eastman School of Music and began his career by joining the Empire Brass Quintet and the Boston University faculty in 1984. As a trombone soloist and with his various chamber groups, Mr. Hartman has taught and played concerts throughout the world and in all fifty states. He regularly performs and records with the Yale Brass Trio, Proteus 7, the Millennium Brass, the Brass Band of Battle Creek, and the trombone quartet Four of a Kind. Mr. Hartman spends several weeks each summer in residence at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival.