Tomorrow night I get to swell up with pride while yet another gifted student produces a terrific senior recital.  This time it’s Ted Oliver, who has a beautifully varied program in store:

In the Machine for sax quartet
The Eighteenth Waking Hour
for solo guitar
for brass quintet
for electronic sound
for string quartet

Tuesday night, I get to hear my friend and colleague Oskar Espina-Ruiz premiere grad composer Michael Anderson’s Variations for solo clarinet on his Valentine’s Day recital.

Also on Tuesday night, the Post-Haste Duo will be playing my Sparkling in the Dark at the Jubilus Festival, but I can’t make it to Gainesville for the occasion.  Sorry to have to miss, but not being able to go to a concert because I have to go to a concert is certainly nothing to cry about.  Hope it goes well, guys!

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