Featuring the music of Bach, Schumann, Ravel, Bartok and Arutunian
Come warm your toes as Pakachoag faculty heat up the great hall with music and welcome Scott Daugherty, their newest faculty member.
With prior performances in New York’s Avery Fisher and Carnegie Halls, as well as Boston’s Symphony Hall, Scott Daugherty is no novice to the stage.
Scott will play Trumpet and Flugelhorn at the upcoming Faculty Recital. One of seven featured performers on the recital, Scott has played on Broadway and with the Albany Symphony Orchestra.
Scott is currently a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at Stony Brook University, studying with American Brass Quintet Member Kevin Cobb. He is a native of Northboro, Massachusetts.
The performance features strings and winds playing something for everyone; from Baroque to 20th century. Featured instruments include cello, violin, trumpet, flugelhorn, flute, organ and piano. The performance is free; donations are gratefully accepted.Saturday, February 1, 2014 2:00 p.m. The Great Hall at Pakachoag 203 Pakachoag Street Auburn, MA 01501
Participating faculty include:
• Elizabeth Bronstein, Cello with Debby Sedgwick, Piano; playing Schmuann Fantasy Pieces;
• Scott Daugherty, Trumpet and Flugel Horn with Vladimir Odinokikh, Piano; playing Ravel and Arutunian;
• Alice Daugherty(Jung-Yi Hsieh), Flute with Vladimir Odinokikh, Piano; playing Bartok;
• William Ness performing on the Dobson Pipe Organ.
• Aaron Packard, Violin; playing Bach and Strindberg – unaccompanied; and
• Debby Sedgwick, Piano; playing Ravel
For more information about the performers and Pakachoag Music School of Greater Worcester, visit www.pakmusic.org or call 508.791.8159.