Archives for January 2014

Osiris J. Molina, clarinet

“Berio’s 13 ‘Sequenzas,’ written over a period of four decades, are big solo works for different instruments. They famously make extraordinary demands on the performer, so much so that anyone mastering a ‘Sequenza’ stands out as an undeniable master of his instrument. Molina is such a master, and his triumphant performance brought the entire house […]

Shelly Myers, oboe

Shelly Meggison Myers serves not only as Associate Professor of Oboe, but also as the Assistant Director, Director of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Alabama School of Music.  Prior to joining the University of Alabama faculty, she earned a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Lethbridge, and a Master of Music degree […]

Caen Thomason-Redus, flute

CAEN THOMASON-REDUS Whether it is a recital of virtuoso baroque sonatas, a chamber concert of French impressionism or an entire program of unaccompanied contemporary African American music, Caen Thomason-Redus makes each performance a unique, engaging experience. Holding several principal flute positions, performing for two years in the Detroit Symphony Orchestra as their Minority Fellow, and […]