Spend an afternoon listening to the sounds of the euphonium as Robert Smith presents “El Bombardino” Concert with accompanist Margaret Reitz at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 14, in FA-Casadesus. The program will include “Sin tu amor”, a passionate Spanish-style love song by Guatemalan/American composer Miguel Sandoval, “Fantasy Variations” which is based on a song from the aboriginal Ainu people who live on Hokkaido by Japanese composer Yasuhid Ito, and “Distant Images”, a piece for euphonium by American euphoniumist and composer Neal Corwell. Pictures taken by the Hubbell Telescope will provide the “distant images” for the performance of this work. Works by Georg Philip Teleman, Arthur Frackenpohl, Phillip Sparke and Censhu Jiro will also be performed. Tickets are $6 general public; $3 faculty/staff/seniors; free for students and are available at the Anderson Center Box Office from noon-5:30 p.m. weekdays, by calling 607-777-ARTS, online at http://anderson.binghamton.edu or at the door. For more information, visit http://music.binghamton.edu or become a fan on Facebook. This event is sponsored by the Binghamton University Music Department.
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