Faculty Artist Series: Trombone Studio Recital


Tom Matta (b. 1966)
Entrance (1988)

Jean-Michel DeFaye (b. 1932)
A la maniere de Debussy (2001)

John Stevens (b. 1951)
Kleinhammer Sonata for bass trombone and piano (2014)
     Vivace Agitato

John Ware (b. 1942)
Concerto for trombone (1967)
     Allegro non troppo

Jan Bach (b. 1937)
Concert Variations for euphonium and piano (1977)

Tom Matta
Space Medley (1993)

Tim Coffman, tenor trombone
Mark Fisher, tenor trombone and euphonium
Charles Vernon tenor and bass trombone
Yoko Yamada, piano

Mark Fisher
Mason City, Iowa native Mark Fisher is the assistant principal trombonist with the Lyric Opera of Chicago and serves the Santa Fe Opera as principal trombone. Fisher has performed with virtually every major ensemble in Chicago and as substitute with many of the nation's leading orchestras including the Chicago Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Detroit Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra and St. Louis Symphony. Also an accomplished euphoniumist, Mark is past prize winner of numerous international solo competitions and his solo CD Eufish continues to meet with worldwide acclaim.

Head of the trombone department at DePaul University, Mark has presented recitals and masterclasses throughout the U.S., Canada and Japan. He has served on the faculties of Northwestern University, the University of Michigan, Roosevelt University, Northern Illinois University and the Banff International Festival. Mr. Fisher is an honors graduate of both the University of Northern Iowa and the New England Conservatory of Music.

Saturday, January 12, 2019 at 2:00pm

Gannon Concert Hall
2330 North Halsted Street

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School of Music, (All) School of Music, Winds, Brass and Percussion, Faculty Concerts


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