Guest Lecture: Patricia Harper on Eugene Bozza
|Event Title:||Guest Lecture: Patricia Harper on Eugene Bozza (More Information)|
|Event Description:|| |
Patricia Harper enjoys a career as performer, educator, and scholar. A graduate of Smith College with honors and Yale University, Ms. Harper has taught flute at Connecticut College since 1975. At the college, she was director of an annual “Back to Bach” series for ten years, a “Women in Music” series for six years, and was a founding member of the Connecticut College Woodwind Quintet. From 1989 to 1997 she directed Trevor Wye’s Residency Master Class there and was on that class’s teaching staff beginning in 1994. Since 1998 she has taught her own summer flute courses in Connecticut, Vermont, South Carolina, and Monterey, California. Ms. Harper also taught as adjunct Professor in the Honors College at Southern Connecticut State University from 1996-2006.
Performances have been as far-reaching as Canada, Scotland, England, California, and New York. Ms. Harper is editor of reconstructed scores of the flute duets of Kuhlau (McGinnis and Marx), consulting editor for the award-winning new edition of “Sonata for Flute and Piano” by Poulenc (Chester Music), and co-editor, with Paula Robison, of the award-winning “The Sidney Lanier Collection” (Universal Editions). She is author and narrator of “The Remarkable Career of Julius Baker” available on CD from the Manhattan Flute Center, Inc.
|Date and Time:||Apr. 8 | 2:00 PM|
|Contact:||Butler School of Music General Information|
|Location:||Recital Studio (MRH Building) Maps and Directions|
|Sponsor:||Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music|