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World Tour! The 30th Annual Scholarship Benefit Concert

Join us as we take you on a musical world tour! The 30th Annual Scholarship Benefit concert will feature music by the Northern Iowa Symphony Orchestra, the UNI Opera Ensemble, UNI percussion ensembles, Jazz Band One, faculty artist Sean Botkin, piano, members of the UNI flute studio, UNI Symphonic Band with combined choirs, as well as the Northern Iowa Wind Symphony with the Varsity Men’s Glee Club and more! Proceeds from the concert benefit scholarships for current School of Music students. This event is ticketed. For tickets, call (319) 273-4TIX.

High School Colorguard Clinic

A one-day clinic will be offered for beginning and intermediate colorguard members with instruction by UNI’s colorguard coach, Amy Hunzelman.  The day will consist of spinning basics, tosses, marching and movement, with sessions focusing on student leadership and colorguard choreography.  Participants are asked to bring their own flag pole and silk.

László Fassang, organ

Visiting artist László Fassang will present an organ recital. Fassang is Professor of Organ at the legendary Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary. He will present a program featuring works by Franz Liszt and others especially suited to the Jebe Organ. This event is free and open to the public. 

Corpus Trombone Quartet

Visiting ensemble Corpus Trombone Quartet will present a recital. The Corpus Trombone Quartet (András Sütő, Péter Pálinkás, Mátyás Veér, Róbert Káip) epitomize the highest standards of Hungarian playing, featuring musicianship and technique in equal abundance. Formed in 2001, when the members were students at the Franz Liszt Academy, the ensemble has won numerous chamber music competitions including the Philip Jones International Chamber Music and ITF Trombone Quartet Competitions in 2003, as well as making numerous appearances on Hungarian radio and television. Founding member Csaba Wagner has since gone on to become Principal Bass Trombone with Deutsche Oper, Berlin, whilst Mátyás Veér released his own solo CD in 2006, as well as winning the Donald Yaxley Bass Trombone competition at the 2006 ITF. This event is free and open to the public. 

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