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USF Faculty & Friends: McCollwin Trio
|Event Type:|| ||Music|
|Facility:|| ||School of Music (MUS)|
|Presented By:|| ||School of Music|
Newly Found Gems and The McCollWin Trio
The McCollWin Trio was formed in 2005 after Amy Collins, oboe, became a member of the artist
faculty of The University of South Florida. Ms. Collins is the Executive Director and principal oboist
with The Florida Wind Band, principal oboist with The Opera Tampa Orchestra and also owns and
operates Stellar Oboe Products. Kim McCormick, flute, is on the artist faculty of the University of
South Florida, a member of the Florida Wind Band and the McCormick Duo for flute and percussion.
She holds a Doctorate in flute from the University of North Texas and is a Yamaha International
Performing Artist. Robert Winslow, piano, is on the faculty of Hillsborough Community College in
Tampa, Florida, where he teaches Theory, Intro to Music, Intro to MIDI, private lessons and also
writes for and directs the Jazz Band. The members have extensive national and international solo
and chamber music experience which allows the trio to perform a wide range of music.
The McCollWin Trio is continually researching and finding new music. Some is quite old and
recently found, while some is "hot off the press". Newly found Gems include composers; Ethel
Smyth, Phillippe Gattermann, William Grant Still, and Ignace Moscheles.
|Event Information:|| ||For additional event information, please visit:
|Purchase Tickets:|| ||http://www.ticketmaster.com/Barness-Recital-Hall-tickets-Tampa/venue/107522|
|Location:|| ||Barness Recital Hall|
|Start Time:|| ||7:30 PM|
|End Time:|| ||9:00 PM|