Mono[saxo]phonic, presented by Reese Burgan
March 21, 2017 3:15 PM - Lone Star College North Harris
March 31, 2017 3:00 PM - Lone Star College Montgomery
A recital of unaccompanied works for saxophone, featuring compositions by Piazolla, Tull, Cockcroft, and Bonneau. Repertoire selections range from neoclassicism to jazz idioms, providing a mixture of styles despite the single voiced instrument. The recital is free and open to the public.
The Music Department at LSC-North Harris offers an associate of arts degree, as well as prepares students for transfer to any four-year university. Performing opportunities include six instrumental and vocal ensembles, student recitals, and special events both on and off campus. Students perform with international guest artists including Allen Vizzutti (trumpet), Andy Narell (steel pan), Mark Walker (drum set), Eric Marienthal (sax), Jim Pugh (trombone), Harry Sheppard (vibes), and Jade Simmons (piano), to name a recent few.
The Lone Star College-Montgomery Music Department prepares students for careers in music through an intensive two-year field of study in theory, ear training, music history, keyboard skills and private performance lessons. Led by noted faculty, students in our choirs, bands, orchestra, and string ensemble bring a full season of concerts and recitals in a broad range of styles to the surrounding community.
After completing the field of study curriculum at LSC-Montgomery, music majors can transfer credit to any four-year Texas college or university to complete the bachelor’s degree in music.
In addition to courses for music majors, the music department offers such non-major courses as Music Appreciation, American Music and Music Fundamentals with selected courses available via Community Education.
Lone Star College-Montgomery is accredited by the North American Schools of Music (NASM) and is an All-Steinway School.