Contrasting Colors: A Soprano and Trombone Recital

Join TAMUC faculty trombonist Megan Boutin with guests Dana Zenobi (soprano) and Li-Wen Weng (piano) from Butler University as they collaborate to explore unique chamber works that contrast the timbres of the soprano voice and the trombone. Repertoire ranges from Baroque to modern and includes pieces by living composers. Listeners will enjoy works by Emperor Joseph I of Austria, Antonio Caldara, Eric Ewazen, Matthew Herman, Ashley H. Kraft, David Pegel, and Libby Larsen. Some works pair only soprano and trombone, while others have a fuller texture, including soprano, trombone, and piano or harpsichord. Styles and moods encompass a wide range of moods from virtuosic and jubilant to comic to lyrical and brooding. We welcome listeners to enjoy this unusual but beautiful combination of sounds.

Tuesday, October 24 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm

Music Building, Recital Hall RM 103
1614 State Highway 24, Commerce, TX 75428

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Megan Boutin

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