If you've been to a student recital before, you probably expect to hear something like a traditional concert by a touring artist.

Recitals by doctoral students are a somewhat different affair. In the course of completing the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at New England Conservatory, performance majors present not just one, but three full-length recitals, for which they also write program notes. Composers present a recital of their chamber music, then complete a large-scale original work. In both cases, it's an opportunity to observe multiple facets of an emerging artist.

Saxophonist Geoffrey Landman, student of Kenneth Radnofsky presents this evening's program, with Sean Mix, soprano saxophone, Misha Namirovsky, and Osnat Netzer, pianos.

The Program:

Mark-Anthony Turnage: 2 Memorials
Sean Mix, soprano saxophone
Isang Yun: Inventionen
Sean Mix, soprano saxophone
John Anthony Lennon: Distances Within Me
Misha Namirovsky, piano
William Albright: Sonata
Osnat Netzer, piano

Date: November 5, 2013 - 8:00:PM
Price: Free
Location: Brown Hall


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