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Geralyn Giovannetti will give BYU faculty oboe recital Sept. 29

Geralyn Giovannetti, a professor at Brigham Young University’s School of Music, will be performing Tuesday, Sept. 29, in the Madsen Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. The recital is free.

She will be performing four precontemporary works for oboe assisted by Jed Moss on the piano and Christian Smith on the bassoon.

An associate director of the School of Music, Giovannetti is a professor of oboe and a member of the faculty group Orpheus Winds.

She trained at the University of Western Ontario and later received her doctorate from the University of Michigan. After graduating she returned to teach at the University of Western Ontario and then taught at the University of Windsor and the University of Michigan before coming to BYU.

She has performed with the Orchestras of London, Kitchener, Calgary and Utah and the Canadian Chamber Orchestra. She was the principal oboe of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra from 1983 to 1990.

For more information, contact Geralyn Giovannetti at (801) 422-3317.

Writer: Brandon Garrett

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