2 Concerti Gratuiti/ 2 FREE CONCERTS 29maggio/MAY & 31 maggio/MAY a Roma

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1. mercoledi/WEDNESDAY 29 maggio/MAY 2019 19:30/7:30PM
The International Flute Orchestra

A EUROPEAN COLLAGE - INTERNATIONAL FLUTE ORCHESTRA

Nancy Clew, Founder & Musical Director
Penny Zent, Ensemble Coordinator
Dr. John Bailey, conductor 
chiesa di S. Ignazio di Loyola
Via del Caravita, 8a, 00186 Comune di Roma RM
musica sacra e classica 
ingresso gratuito/FREE ENTRANCE

The International Flute Orchestra is composed of approximately 40 professional flutists. Instrumentation includes three Contrabass Flutes, three Bass Flutes,  six Alto Flutes, twelve C-Flutes and Piccolo. The musicians are professional college educators or orchestra musicians who enjoy sharing their musical knowledge and love of the flute. The orchestra was founded by Nancy Clew and is conducted by John Bailey.

 

Since 1996, the orchestra has performed in Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, England, Spain, East Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, China, Russia, Latvia, Estonia, Greece, Chile, Poland, Belgium, Holland, Turkey, Croatia and Japan.



2. venerdì/FRIDAY 31 maggio/MAY 2019 20:00/8:00PM

Whitworth University Symphony Orchestra

from Spokane (WA, USA)

Philip Baldwin, direttore

chiesa di S. Ignazio di Loyola
Via del Caravita, 8a, 00186 Comune di Roma RM
musica sacra e classica 
ingresso gratuito/FREE ENTRANCE

The Orchestra

The Whitworth Symphony Orchestra performs the standard orchestral repertoire as well as modern and commissioned works, including a recent premiere of Gwyneth Walker’s “Let America Be America Again”.  The orchestra also performs with guest soloists and winners of its annual concerto competition, and has enjoyed side-by-side concerts with the Coeur d’Alene Symphony.  The orchestra was invited to perform at the Washington Music Educator’s Association regional and All-Northwest conferences, and was the featured collegiate orchestra in 2018.  As part of its outreach, recruiting and cultural exchange goals, the orchestra tours biennially.  Previous tours have included Hawaii, New York City, San Francisco, and Salt Lake City.  The orchestra is open to all qualified string musicians, regardless of major.  The top wind and brass musicians of the Wind Symphony are selected for membership in the Whitworth Orchestra.   Our students benefit from outstanding opportunities including performance classes, chamber music, master classes (from such notable teachers and violinists James Buswell and Charles Castleman), and clinics with principal players of the Spokane Symphony. String Quartets and the newly founded String Chamber Orchestra provides additional opportunities for the most ambitious players.  

Philip Baldwin


Philip Baldwin is the Director of String Studies and Professor of Violin at Whitworth University where he has taught for the past thirteen years.  He received his training with many eminent teachers including Rafael Druian, Raphael Hillyer, Yuri Mazurkevich, Andrew Jennings, Alan Bodman.  He earned a DMA in violin performance at Ohio State University under the instruction of Michael Davis. 


Baldwin is the concertmaster and assistant conductor of the Coeur d’Alene Symphony, and has appeared as soloist in concertos by Barber, Wieniawski, Beethoven, and Bruch, and the Brahms Double Concerto with principal cellist, Mika Hood.   He is a former member of the Spokane Symphony and served previously as principal second violin of the Akron Symphony and principal viola of the LaCrosse Symphony, in addition to section positions with the Tacoma, Canton, and Columbus symphonies.  


He serves as the conductor and Artistic Director of Spokane Youth Symphony, and organization which attracts the top students from all around the inland Northwest to its four orchestras.  An active recitalist, he has appeared many times with pianist Judith Schoepflin and has recorded a CD of clarinet trios by Khachaturian, Ives, and Bolcom with clarinetist Michael Dean and pianist Carol Stivers.


Baldwin is the past president of the Washington Chapter of the American String Teachers Association and has chaired the group’s state solo competition and certificate-program examinations.  He has presented lectures at eight ASTA conventions in addition to lectures at the Washington, Texas and Arkansas Music Educators Association conventions.  His interest in literature and music has earned two invitations to lecture at the International Short Story Conferences in Ireland and Portugal.  He has given violin master classes in England and Ireland, and throughout Washington, Maryland and Utah.  In his free time, he is an avid runner.  



Music at Whitworth

The Whitworth University Music Department, accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music, provides superb training in music as well as a thorough introduction to this essential element of the liberal arts. Many Whitworth music majors have gone on to prestigious graduate schools, fulfilling performance careers, and successful teaching positions. Also, many non-music majors participate in the University’s renowned touring ensembles and enroll in private lessons through the music department. Whitworth University offers bachelor of arts degrees in music ministry, composition, instrumental performance, jazz performance, piano performance, piano pedagogy, vocal performance, and music education. Music scholarships are available to both music majors and non-majors.  For more information about the music program or scholarship auditions, or to order recordings, please contact:

Music Department

Whitworth University

Spokane, WA 99251

509.777.3280

www.whitworth.edu/music



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