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• ' The Department of Music · Presents in Concert

· UR Wind Ensemble David Niethamer,·conductor Thursday, April?, 2016 7:30p.m. · Camp Concert Hall, Booker Hall of Music


PROGRAM Nobles of the Mystic Shrine

JohnPhillip Sousa (1854-1932)

At Morning's First Light

David Gillingham (b. 1947)

Concerto for Clarinet and Band

John Heins (b. 1956)

Rebecca Quillen, clarinet Children's March (Over the Hills and Far Away)


Percy Grainger (1882-1961)


American Overture for Band


Along an English Countryside

Joseph Wilcox Jenkins (1928-2014) Timothy Mahr (b. 1956) Richard Saucedo (b. 1957)

Please silence cell phones, digital watches, and paging devices before the concert.

University of Richmond Wind Ensemble PICCOLO Christine Ertell (C) FLUTE Linda Simmons (A) Lauren Walker Chloe Smith Sarah Hyman Abby Seaberg Patricia Werrell (C) OBOE Elise Favia Parrish Simmons CLARINET Rebecca Quillen Timothy Rueter Lily Thompson (F) Miranda Rosenblum Michael Maccaferri (F) Zachary King (C) Michael Miller (C) BASS CLARINET Gene Anderson (F) CONTRABASS CLARINET Nathan Verilla (A) SAXOPHONE Christopher Fryer Shannon Laughlin Gilda Baise (C) Myrick Crampton (C) Michael Walsh

HORN LoriBeth Hasenauer Andrew Reeder Ryan Smout (A) Gretchen Georgas (C) TRUMPET Michelle Ferrell Spencer Cylinder Stanley Goldman (C) John Scott (C) TROMBONE Rebecca Buffington (F) Ben Anderson (C) Paul Harper (C) Barry Wisner (C) EUPHONIUM Chris Cotter TUBA Aidan Logan Christina Fiol (C) PIANO Markus Compton PERCUSSION XixiNi Edward Provencher Dan Eakin (C) John MacAlister (C) TIMPANI Ray Breakall (F)

BASSOON Tom Baise (C) Joanna Love (F) (F) - University of Richmond Faculty/Staff (A) - University of Richmond Alumni (C) - Community Musician

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David Niethamer began his conducting career at Lebanon Valley College, where he conducted a run of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and was student conductor of the college orchestra. Niethamer was appointed Principal Clarinetist ofthe Richmond Symphony in 1979. He appeared thirteen times as soloist with the orchestra during his 23-year tenure. In addition to his orchestral career, Niethamer has maintained a busy schedule of chamber music, recitals and teaching. He has performed with the Kandinsky Trio, at the Albemarle Festival with the Monticello Trio and the Brentano Quartet, with the Composers Quartet, and with the Lenox String · Quartet. From 1982 until1992, Niethamer was the Clarinetist and Artistic Director of the Roxbury Chamber Players. He was Artistic Director of the Richmond Chamber Players "Interlude'' series from 1994- 1997. An interest in the work ofliving composers has led to collaborations with Karel Husa, Gunther Schuller, and Ned Rorem. In Virginia, Niethamer has worked closelywith Allan Blank, Judith Shatin, and Joel Suben. Niethamer's recordings are on the.MMC, Elan, and Opus One labels. In 2002, after 23 years at the "other end of the baton;' Niethamer became the conductor of the University of Richmond Wind Ensemble. He continues to perform as a clarinetist with the National Gallery Orchestra in Washington DC, the Virginia Symphony, and the Virginia Opera.

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