2018-2019 Ole Miss Low Brass Events
As per the syllabus, music major low brass students will be graded based upon their attendance at all of these events, except where otherwise noted. For events other than Instrumental Area Meetings, please bring a program to your first lesson following each event. Instrumental Area Meetings, normally scheduled on alternate Mondays throughout the fall and spring semesters, are required of all low brass majors, including those who have completed the MUS 100 requirement, in addition to the events listed here. Students that have completed MUS 100 requirements and no longer have the 1pm Monday time available will have their expectations adjusted accordingly. Wednesday 1pm student recitals are graded as part of the MUS 100 course.
Thursday, September 6, 7:30pm, Nutt Auditorium
Faculty Recital Series: "I Was Like Wow!" Music for Trombone Alone and with Electronics
Dr. Everett will open this year's Faculty Recital Series with a selection of unaccompanied works for trombone as well as works with audio and video accompaniment.
Thursday, October 11, 9:00am, College Music Society/National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors National Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Two Duos "Appropriated" for Clarinet and Euphonium
Dr. Everett and University of Mississippi clarinet professor Dr. Michael Rowlett will perform works by Beethoven and Hindemith which have been adapted for clarinet and euphonium duo.
(Attendance not required.)
Saturday, October 27, 3:00pm, Nutt Auditorium
UM Low Brass Ensembles Fall Concert
Fall concert for the trombone ensemble and tuba-euphonium ensemble. It's happening very early this year, so get to practicing!
Thursday, February 14, 7:30pm, Nutt Auditorium
Brass and Ivory Trio
Guest artist recital by University of Arkansas trumpet, trombone, and piano faculty.
February (specific dates TBD), Nutt Auditorium, University of South Carolina, University of Alabama
Faculty/Guest Artist Master Classes and Recital with Dr. Michael Wilkinson
Dr. Everett and his colleague from the University of South Carolina, Dr. Michael Wilkinson, will give lectures, master classes, and performances on multiple low brass doubling. Dr. Wilkinson will also lecture on teaching improvisation, while Dr. Everett will give a talk on Sousa Band-era brass soloists. This exchange-event will take place both at Ole Miss and the University of South Carolina, in addition to a run-out to the University of Alabama.
(Attendance at non-UM events not required.)
Tuesday, April 23, 7:30pm, Nutt Auditorium
UM Low Brass Ensembles Spring Concert
Spring concert for the trombone ensemble and tuba-euphonium ensemble.
Events will be added as they are scheduled. Please check back regularly.