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Visiting Artist Series: SAM ARMSTRONG TROMBONE MASTERCLASS

  • Ensemble Room 1 3 Conservatory Drive Singapore Singapore (map)

GUY ROPARTZ
Pièce for Trombone and Piano             

JIRAJET THAWORNSIRI (B.MUS3) trombone             
YE MUCI (B.MUS3) piano


HINDEMITH
Sonate             
I.    Allegro moderato maestoso    
       
ZHAO LEI (B.MUS2) trombone             
LOW SHAO SUAN piano


HINDEMITH
Sonate             
III.        Swashbuckler’s Song. Allegro pesante             

GU HONGYI (B.MUS1) trombone             
AZARIAH TAN piano


ANTON BRUCKNER
Excerpts from Bruckner’s Symphony No. 8 in C minor             
IV.    Finale. Feierlich, nicht schnell             

HENDRIK KWEK (B.MUS2) trombone             
ZHAO LEI (B.MUS2) trombone             
PRADCH LIMVORANANT (B.MUS4) trombone                 
GORDON LOW (B.MUS2) tuba


TCHAIKOVSKY
Excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 in F minor, Op. 36             
IV.    Finale - Allegro con fuoco             

GU HONGYI (B.MUS1), DANILO IGNACIO CONTRERAS OSORIO (B.MUS1),
PAWIN PUNGBUA (B.MUS2)
trombones            
PAWIN URAPEVATCHAREWAN (B.MUS2) tuba
 

Trombonist Sam Armstrong studied with Byron Peebles, James Miller, Joseph Alessi, Nitzan Haroz and Matthew Vaughn. In 2007, he won first prize at the Pasadena Showcase Competition and was a finalist at the International Trombone Association "Gagliardi" Competition, he was also a featured soloist at the MidEurope Festival in Schladming, Austria. He later became principal trombone of the prestigious American Youth Symphony, performing with Hollywood greats Alan Silvestri, David Newman and John Williams. He has also collaborated with composers John Adams, John Corigliano, and Steve Reich, and record works by John Zorn and Jonathan Dawe. Sam is a graduate of the Julliard School and the Curtis Institute. He has performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and as guest principal with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. 

Ticketing Information
• Free admission.
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• Out of respect for other concert goers, no children under 6 years of age will be allowed admission.