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School of Music faculty trio will perform Oct. 6

A faculty trio from Brigham Young University will be performing Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Madsen Recital Hall. The concert will feature Julie Bevan on cello, Jaren Hinckley on clarinet and Jeff Shumway on piano. The event is free.

Some works to be performed include “Trios” by Alexander Zemlinsky and Nino Rota (the composer of the soundtrack for "The Godfather") and "Seven Balkan Dances" by Marko Tajcevic.

Bevan is an associate professor at BYU’s School of Music. She received her musical training in cello performance from BYU in 1973 and later received her master’s degree from the University of Southern California. Bevan has performed with many orchestras and was principal cellist of the Chicago String Ensemble for 15 seasons, appearing frequently as a soloist.

Hinckley is an associate professor of woodwind, brass and percussion at BYU. He received his doctorate at Florida State University in 2002. He holds a master’s degree in clarinet performance from Indiana University, Bloomington, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah. He has also created a new approach to music pedagogy based on the acting techniques of Constantin Stanislavski.

Shumway is a professor of keyboard studies at BYU. He received his bachelor of music degree in 1976 from BYU and went on to get his master’s degree at The Juilliard School and his doctorate from Indiana University in 1981. After his studies, he joined the faculty at BYU in 1985, where he has performed regularly as a soloist, chamber artist and member of the American Piano Quartet.

For more information on the performance, contact Ken Crossley at (801) 422-9348.

Writer: Brandon Garrett

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