Mon November 10, 2003
Music Notes: Happy Birthday David Felder!
UB composer and music professor David Felder reaches a milestone birthday.
By Bill Raffel, WBFO
Felder is a former chair of the UB Music Department and organizes the June in Buffalo New Music Festival every year. Wednesday's (11/12) concert includes this Canzone 31 for Brass Quintet, along with two works featuring Buffalo Philharmonic Bass Trombonist Stefan Sanders. So I asked David what is it about the trombone that appeals to him.
See Magnus Martensson lead the Slee Sinfonietta in works of David Felder Wednesday (11/12) at 8 p.m. in Slee Hall. And if you never thought you'd hear the Buffalo Bills mentioned in a positive light on Music Notes, you'd better download this week's installment from WBFO.org later today and save it for your archives.
Flutist Elizabeth McNutt performs contemporary music. And she'll give a free recital Monday (11/10) at noon in UB's Baird Recital Hall. While over at Canisius College, Bassoonist Ellen Barnum joins Pianist Mark Horowitz for French works at 12:30 in the Montante Cultural Center. Its also free. And at Saint Pauls Cathedral, Trio ABelle gives a free half-hour recital Friday (11/14) at 12:30 p.m.
The next installment of Viva Vivaldi is Sunday (11/16) at 6:30 p.m. in First Presbyterian Church on Symphony Circle. While three other BPO members feature works for harp, flute, and bassoon Sunday (11/16) at 7 p.m. in Central Park United Methodist Church on Beard Avenue.
The Amherst Chamber Ensemble presents works for winds Saturday (11/15) at 7:e30 p.m. in Christ United Methodist Church, at the corner of Harlem and Saratoga Roads in Snyder.
And The Amherst Bel Canto Choir sings Sunday (11/16) at 3 p.m. in Amherst Community Church on Washington Highway in Snyder.