SSU's first Trumpet Supergroup includes (left to right) Mark Inouye, Dave Scott, Mike Olmos, Erik Jekabson, Mario Guarner.
An all-brass recital at Sonoma State University will showcase four of the Bay Area's leading trumpet players mixing jazz and classical styles with a healthy dose of virtuosity, improvisation and rhythm. Tickets are on sale now for the fourth annual Wind Power - a showcase for wind studio faculty - at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 30 at the Green Music Center's Weill Hall.
The Trumpet Supergroup, founded by SSU studio trumpet instructor Dave Scott, will play original adaptations of works as diverse as Haydn's Lark Quartet, Bernice Petkere's Close Your Eyes and charts by TSG members Dave Scott and Doug Morton. Performers include low brass instructor Anthony Collins, trombone, and guest tuba player, Scott Choate, performing chamber works for brass.
Tickets are $15, parking included, with discounts for seniors and students. Online ticket purchase is encouraged. Visit sonoma.edu/music/performances or call the University box office at (707) 664-4246.
Weill Hall at the Green Music Center is located at the north campus entrance at Rohnert Park Expressway near Petaluma Hill Road. Parking is available in lots O and L.
Stephen Sulek: Sonata for Trombone and Piano
Anthony Collins, trombone; Richard Riccardi, piano
Charles Small: Conversation
Anthony Collins, trombone; Scott Choate, tuba
Arlid Plau: Concerto for Tuba
Scott Choate, tuba; Richard Riccardi, piano
Trumpet Supergroup - Dave Scott, Doug Morton, Mike Olmos and Dan Gianola-Norris, trumpet and flugelhorn; Dan Zemelman, piano; Daniel Fabricant, bass; and Surya Prakasha, drums
Joseph Haydn: Finale from "The Lark" quartet
Bernice Petkere: Close Your Eyes
Dave Scott: Contemplate
Dave Scott: Canyonlands
Doug Morton: Andalucia