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Guest Artist Recital: Max Lifchitz

Event Type: Music
Facility: School of Music (MUS)
Presented By: School of Music
Max Lifchitz, a renowned composer-conductor-pianist from State University of New York in Albany, will collaborate with USF musicians in a project called LIFCHITZ at USF-MUSIC.  The program features all Lifchitz works with performances by Lifchitz and USF artist-faculty, Sang-Hie Lee, Kim McCormick, Calbert Falwell, Jay Coble, Kyoung Cho, and Robert McCormick Percussion Ensemble.  The collaboration will culminate in a concert at USF on February 27, 2011, a subsequent concert in Albany, NY, and (we hope to obtain funds to perform) at Merkin Hall in New York City in the 2011-2012 season. With proper funding support, we plan to produce a CD using the state-of-the-arts recording facility in the new School of Music building.  

This program is significant and distinctive because the program features a Mexican-born  artist who has made a significant life-time contribution and achievement in the American musical scene as a pianist, composer, and conductor.  Collaboration with Max will enhance USF music faculty artistsí opportunity to perform his stunning music, produce a CD of all Lifchitz work, and an intended concert tour of New York City and Albany.    

The expected program includes the following:

Canto de Paz (1983) for soprano, flute and piano   
-Kyoung Cho, Kim McCormick, Sang-Hie Lee

Yellow Ribbons No. 43 (2007) for Solo Clarinet in E flat  
-Calvin Falwell

Yellow Ribbons No. 44 (2007) for flute and piano  
-Kim McCormick and Sang-Hie Lee

Mosaico Latinamericano (1991) for flute and piano 
-Kim McCormick and Max Lifchitz 

Do Animals Think? (1988) for soprano and trumpet 
-Jay Coble and Kyoung Cho

Rhythmic Soundscape No. 5 (1986)  
Mov I
Mov II

-Max Lifchitz, piano
                             (w. USF Percussion Ensemble)                           

Transformations No.3 (1984) 
-Jacob Dike, marimba solo 

Dos Danzas: Tango Lejano & Danza Rebelde (2005) 
-USF Percussion Ensemble

Date: 2/27/2011
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Location: Barness Recital Hall
Start Time: 8:00 PM
End Time: 10:00 PM
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