Saxophonist extraordinaire, Javier Oviedo, will grace the stage, captivating the audience with his soulful melodies. Under the baton of the talented conductor, Jean-Pierre Schmitt, we will embark on a mesmerizing journey through a diverse repertoire.
Prepare to be dazzled by the virtuoso performance of our guest artist, Brian Flemming, as he showcases his exceptional saxophone skills.
Mark your calendars for this unforgettable night of musical brilliance! Let the saxophones' symphony sweep you off your feet and leave you with lasting memories.
Don't miss out on this extraordinary concert - Save the date and be part of an evening filled with passion, rhythm, and soul.
Limited seats available
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Brian grew up in Michigan where he attended Plymouth-Canton High School, and studied music education at Eastern Michigan University. He also attended Interlochen for five summers, where he studied saxophone under Timothy McAllister and Donald Sinta. His past instructors include Jay Berckley, Max Plank, Dan Griffith, Donell Snyder, and Walt Puyear. Brian is an active performer and is a member of Quatuor 313, a Detroit based saxophone quartet that includes Wayne State Professor of Saxophone, Dr. James Fusik. He also performs regularly with local ensembles including the Southeast Michigan Wind Ensemble, and was recently a featured soloist with the North Oakland Concert Band.Brian has over 22 years of teaching experience, and maintains a studio of nearly 20 students in the southeast Michigan area, ranging from grades 6-12. He is an active educator, and works with award winning local band programs. Brian continues to help students grow and excel as musicians through a well developed program of individual and group instruction. Past students of Brian's have gone on to study music at the University of Michigan, Michigan State, Western Michigan, and Wayne State.
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J.S. Bach Concerto for oboe and strings BWV 1053
Roger Boutry Divertimento
Nicolas J. Chaanine Aria
Felix Mendelssohn Symphony No. 10