Friday, March 4, 2022 – Eastman Centennial Perform-a-Thon
Eastman ensembles, groups, faculty and students will perform around the
All day. FREE and open to the public.
“Next 100 Years” Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony:
Guests, dignitaries, and fanfare! (Lowry Hall)
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
A visit from George Eastman (Lowry Hall)
The Saffion Saxophone Quartet (Lowry Hall)
Première of David Temperley’s Sonata for Violin and Piano (Lowry Hall)
Eastman Percussion Ensemble — Open rehearsal (EEW 415)
10:15, 10:45, 11:15 a.m.
Elise Cole: Suite no. 1 for Cello by Ernest Bloch (“Wood Room” Eastman Basement)
Eastman Horn Choir (Kilbourn Hall)
Organized: A Pipe Organ Concert (Schmitt Organ Hall)
Dowland Lute Songs (Wolk Atrium)
Eastman Harp Ensemble (Lowry Hall)
Centennial Cello Sextet (Kilbourn Hall)
Symphony Lite (Kilbourn Hall)
Lunchtime Jazz! (Betty’s Café)
Organ Performances & Demonstrations (Christ Church Cathedral)
Duo Piano Extravaganza (Hatch Recital Hall)
Luo Trio: Dusk at Genesee (Hatch Recital Hall)
The Death of Juliet (Hatch Recital Hall)
I’ve Got the Blues (Hatch Recital Hall)
Now That’s What I Call Quintet Music! (Hatch Recital Hall)
Vincent Lenti’s Book Signing of Nurturing the Love of Music: Robert Freeman and the Eastman School of Music (Ciminelli Formal Lounge, Student Living Center)
Eastman Studio Orchestra (Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, 60 Gibbs St.)
The Eastman Studio Orchestra, directed by Bill Dobbins, will present their annual March concert. Professor Dobbins will be retiring at the end of June, so this will be his last concert as director. The program will consist of arrangements by masters and doctoral students from Eastman’s Jazz Studies and Contemporary Media department of music by Chick Corea, Clare Fischer, Miles Davis, Stevie Wonder, Richard Rodgers, and Guy Wood, representing influential and often recorded repertoire from the American songbook and the jazz repertoire. The program will also include the world premiere of a new composition by DMA/JCM trombonist Andrew Watkins. In addition to the live repertoire, selections by the Eastman Studio Orchestra from the late 1970s, with Rayburn Wright conducting, will be screened.