Music Department Events

Feb 11

Christopher U. Light Lectureship Concert

Music of Salvador Brotons, composer

Friday, February 11th, 2005
8:00 – 9:30 pm / Concert Hall

The Christopher U. Light Lecturer in Music for 2004-2005 is the distinguished composer-conductor Salvador Brotons of Barcelona. In addition to several chamber works performed by faculty and students, the Carleton Orchestra will present Brotons' orchestral work, "Virtus," which was recently awarded the Queen Sophia International Prize for Orchestral Composition.The event is free and open to the public. More information on Dr. Brotons can be found here.

Program Order

The Grove (1994) for mixed choir and piano
Carleton Choirs and Lawrence Burnett, conductor

One or two from the following:
Elegy for Shostakovitch's death (1975)
Three brief pieces (1975)
Utopic Ideals (1976)
Impromptu (1985)
Toccata (1993)
Crystals (1995)
Impromptu (1985)
Toccata (1993)
Nicola Melville, piano

Trombone Sonata (1995)
Ronald Rodman, trombone
Nicola Melville, piano


Subtle Dialogues for Bassoon and Percussion (1990)
Jackson Bryce, bassoon
David Hagedorn, percussion

Virtus for orchestra (1991)
Carleton Orchestra and Hector Valdivia, conductor

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