PREVIEW: Senior Recital: Eric Schroeder, euphonium

Too easy to fall prey to the Weekend Laze. Come with me to listen to tunes produced by a student of the euphonium. What’s that, you ask (so did I)? It’s sort of like a small tuba with a tenor sound, named after a Greek word meaning “sweet-voiced.” A player is called a euphoniumist, euphophonist, or a euphonist. Truly, this cute guy is an enigma.

Eric’s program includes: Cosma – Euphonium Concerto; Winteregg – Night Skies; Vivaldi – Concerto in A Minor; Sparke – Fantasy for Euphonium.

Admission is free; just take the bus up to North Campus to reach the Earl V. Moore Building, take a few turns within until you reach the McIntosh Theatre, where he will be waiting for us.

The time is Saturday, February 22 at 12 noon.


Emma Pinchak

I'm just a lonely cowboy displaced in the city. I don't feel the same under these dim stars.

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