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Guest Composer Recital: Joseph Hallman

Event Type: Music
Facility: School of Music (MUS)
Presented By: School of Music
The USF School of Music presents the music of composer Joseph Hallman with the USF Faculty 
Chamber Players at 2 pm on Sunday September 29, 2013 in the USF Concert Hall. The concert will 
feature faculty soloists Jay Hunsberger on Hallman's Tuba Concerto and Calvin Falwell on Hallman's 
Bass Clarinet Concerto.

Joseph Hallman is a prolific young composer based in Philadelphia who has worked with some of 
today's most talented musicians and artists. Known for his generosity of collaboration and joy for 
composing, he is quickly becoming a noted name on concert programs both nationally and 
internationally. In addition to teaching a studio of young composers, he has been invited to conduct 
master classes and lectures, sit on panels, and serve as an adjudicator at home and abroad.  He has 
been named, by NPR, as one of the Top Composers under 40.  He has also been named Best 
Musician by several Philadelphia magazines and newspapers.

Hallman teaches Composition at Drexel University.  He is the Composer-in-Residence of the Pikes 
Falls Chamber Music Festival and has served in similar roles at the Rosenbach Museum in 
Philadelphia, The Traverse Arts Project, Strings Music Festival, and  others. He has worked with the 
American Composers Forum in multiple capacities.  For more information please visit:
Date: 9/29/2013
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Location: Concert Hall-Stage
Start Time: 2:00 PM
End Time: 3:30 PM
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