Feb 04 2017
Chamber Orchestra Ogden "Red Dress Event"

Chamber Orchestra Ogden "Red Dress Event"

Presented by Peery's Egyptian Theater at Peery's Egyptian Theater

Peery’s Egyptian Theater and the Egyptian Theater Foundation will present the second concert of Chamber Orchestra Ogden’s 2016-2017 season. This concert, which is billed as the Annual Red Dress Event, is sponsored by Ogden Regional Medical Center, and will be a celebration of February as American Heart Month.

The concert will open with a performance of Schumann’s Konzertstück for Four Horns and Orchestra. Laura Huggard, the orchestra’s principal horn, has brought together three other very talented horn players, Anita Miller, Sonja Reynolds, and Natalie Douglass, collectively named the Sego Lily Quartet, to perform this virtuosic composition. https://sites.google.com/site/segolilyhorns/

Laura is an Assistant Professor of Horn at Weber State University. Dr. Huggard’s professional education includes two Bachelor of Music degrees from the University of Idaho, one in vocal/instrumental education and the other in horn performance. In addition, she earned the Master of Music and the Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in 2004 in horn performance from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts in horn performance.

Following the Schumann the concert will move in a different direction, introducing our solo guest artist Brian Booth. Brian is a well-known saxophonist from Salt Lake City. He has written and arranged the music that he will perform with the orchestra.

Brian has a bachelor’s degree in jazz composition and a master’s degree in jazz studies, both from the University of Utah. Brian also freelances, performing with many of the premier groups from around the Salt Lake area. He also works with musicians all along the Wasatch Front as well as Jackson, Wyoming. He has performed with numerous notables including Natalie Cole, Lou Rawls, Mel Tormé, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra Jr., Maureen McGovern, Rosemary Clooney, Debby Boone, and many others. Brian is a member of the Salt Lake City Jazz Orchestra (SLCJO) where he plays lead tenor saxophone. He also occasionally works with the Utah Symphony.

In 2004, Brian was awarded the Utah Arts Festival Jazz Composition Commission. He has written and arranged numerous big band and combo charts which are creative and distinctive, some of which are available through his website: http://brianboothmusic.com/

Brian and his good friend Kevin Stout have released four CD’s under their own label, Jazzed5 Records. Brian and Kevin’s recordings have been heard throughout the world and are available at CDBaby, Amazon and I-tunes.

The concert will take place at Peery’s Egyptian Theater, 2415 Washington Blvd in Ogden. This will be the orchestra’s second concert in this wonderful theater. The first concert was nearly sold out, and this one, the Annual Red Dress Event, always has a large audience, so get your tickets early online before they sell out.

 

Well behaved children 8 years and over are welcome to attend.

For more information please visit our website: http://chamberorchestraogden.org, or contact Michael Palumbo at mpalumbo45@gmail.com; 801-624-9232.

 

Admission Info

The tickets are still $5.00 and may be purchased at the door one hour before the concert, or beginning January 1, 2017, online at Brown Paper Tickets at the following URL: http://coofeb417.brownpapertickets.com

As always, active military, veterans, and their families, are admitted without charge, as are music students of public school age, but free tickets are only available at the door if there are seats available.

Phone: 8016249232

Email: mpalumbo45@gmail.com

Dates & Times

2017/02/04 - 2017/02/04

Location Info

Peery's Egyptian Theater

2415 Washington Blvd, Ogden, UT 84401

Parking Info

Street parking is available limited for 2 hours until after 6:00pm. There is also parking behind the theater off on Kiesel Avenue for $5 charge. Free parking is available one block west at The Junction (behind the Megaplex 13 theater) on 24th and Grant. We are south and east of the free parking.

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