News & Events
September 14, 2011
Two upcoming concerts at UNC Asheville will feature members of the music faculty.
- Flutist Judi Lampert will perform a program of works ancient and modern, 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, at UNC Asheville’s Lipinsky Auditorium. Lampert will be accompanied by Elsa O’Farrell, piano and harpsichord, and the University Chamber Orchestra, directed by Milton Crotts. Admission is $5 at the door.
Lampert will play two lyrical works by contemporary composers – “Elysian Fields” by Robert Maggio, and “Winter Spirits” by Katherine Hoover – along with “Battalia” by 17th century composer Heinrich Biber, a piccolo concerto by Vivaldi, and “Three Romances” by Robert Schuman. Lampert , an adjunct assistant professor of Music at UNC Asheville, has played with the Asheville and Greenville Symphonies as well as the Spartanburg Philharmonic.
- The Asheville Baroque Trio, consisting of Blake Hobby, harpsichord, Charles McKnight, recorder, and Gail Ann Schroeder, viola da gamba, will perform at 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 30, in Karpen Hall’s Laurel Forum on the campus. This concert is free and open to the public.
Hobby, UNC Asheville assistant professor of Literature, holds a bachelor’s degree in music from Stetson University, where he studied harpsichord. McKnight also studied music at Stetson University, and then earned a master’s degree in music from Yale, and a Ph.D. in Musicology from Cornell. McKnight is an associate professor of Music at UNC Asheville. Schroeder holds a bachelor of music degree from the University of Michigan and a Higher Diploma from the Royal Music Conservatory of Brussels. She has performed extensively as a soloist in the United States and Europe, and has performed recently in Asheville with Pan Harmonia.
For information on these and other upcoming performances at UNC Asheville, visit music.unca.edu.