SUNDAY MARCH 5, 2000, 3:00 p.m.

Kimball Recital Hall

University of Nebraska at Lincoln

(Admission - free)


The Fantasia for Viola and Orchestra is being given a recital premiere by Clark Potter, viola professor in the University of Nebraska (UNL) School of Music and principal viola of the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra.  He is being accompanied by UNL piano professor Nicole Narboni who is playing a piano reduction of the original orchestral score.  The Fantasia lasts about 19 minutes.



The concert also features viola compositions of four other living Nebraska composers: Vignettes for Viola and Percussion by Jean Henderson (associate professor in the Department of Music at Nebraska Wesleyan University), December Music by Randall Snyder (professor of theory and composition at the UNL School of Music), December Music, by Kenton Bales (professor of theory and composition at the University of Nebraska at Omaha School of Music) and Out of Fiddle, Out of My Mind by Deborah Greenblatt of Greenblatt and Seay.


Kimball Recital Hall is located near the S. edge of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln campus near the corner of 12th and R Streets.  It is adjacent to, and to the north and west of, the Lied Center for the Performing Arts on the corner of 12th and Q streets.  The Kimball Recital Hall entrance is on the north side.


Page from the original manuscript of the orchestral score of the Fantasia for Viola and Orchestra.



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