UGA Saxophone Ensembles recital today in Edge Hall on Monday, Dec. 6, 2010, beginning at 6:30 PM.  Numerous graduate and undergraduate students will be presenting in quartet and duo format original saxophone works by Paul Hindemith, Piere Max Dubois, Arthur Frackenpohl and Russell Peck.  Performers include Stan Flanders, Paul Kimbal, Bart Walters, Andy Peeks, Brent Weber, Laura Eckhardt, Chris Allinger, and Kenny Baik.

Free and open to the public. See you there.


After a great (and sold-out) night last night, holiday festivities continue tonight with the second night of the Holiday Concert in Hodgson Hall at 8 pm.

See you there.

The Faculty Recital Series continues tonight at 8 pm in Ramsey Concert hall, when professor of clarinet D. Ray McClellan will be joined by two very special guest artists.

On Monday, D. Ray McClellan, clarinet faculty member at the University of Georgia, will share the stage with friends - good friends - during his performance for the faculty recital series in Ramsey Hall at the UGA Performing Arts Center.

Soprano Sarah Shafer, 22, is the youngest...

The UGA Wind Ensemble presents Across the Pond - classic and new British band repertoire - tonight at 8 p.m. in Hodgson Concert Hall.

The concert features guest conductor Tim Reynish and guest soloist Brandon Craswell, performing Elegy for Miles Davis, in memory of long time HHSOM professor and trumpet great Fred Mills. This concert is free and open to the public.

The UGA Opera Ensemble's production of Gilbert and Sullivan's "H.M.S Pinafore" continues with an encore presentation tonight at Hodgson Concert Hall at 8 p.m. Tickets for the concert, reviews of which have been stellar, are $15/$5 for students.

And don't forget about two special concerts this Sunday in the Athens area, one each by the  UGA African American Choral Ensemble and the Collegium Musicum.

From the opening night reviews for Gilbert and Sullivan's "H.M.S. Pinafore" in The Times, May 27, 1878:

The story may be told in the fewest words. A lady, Little Buttercup by name, and a Portsmouth “bumboat woman” by calling, who in her youth has practised baby farming, unburdens her conscience to the effect that she has exchanged in their cradles Captain Corcoran and Ralph Rackstraw, his daughter’s wooer; whereat Sir Joseph withdraws his suit and Josephine...

No less than five recitals by HHSOM students and faculty today - come out and see some great music, for free:

Monday, November 8, 3:35 p.m.

Recital: Rafael S. Ferronato, violin

Ramsey Concert Hall

Monday, November 8, 5 p.m.

Recital: Joshua Bloodworth, trumpet;

Jeremy Fermin, trumpet;

Daniel MacNamara, trumpet

Edge Recital Hall

Monday, November 8, 6 p.m.


The UGA Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Mark Cedel, will perform tonight at 8 p.m. in Hodgson Concert Hall. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend.

Tonight's concert features guest conductor Tim Reynish, currently artist-in-residence at the Hodgson School of Music, and guest soloist Milton Masciadri, double bass.

The program:

Carl Maria Von Weber               Overture to Oberon

Giovanni Bottesini...

Don't miss Classic City Jazz tonight at 8 pm at the UGA Chapel on North Campus. The vocal and instrumental combo will performs favorite jazz standards including music by Oliver Nelson, Bill Evans/Miles Davis, Weather Report and more.

Free and open to the public.

UGACA vocal ensemble took part in the Navy School Final Graduation and Closing Ceremony on Oct. 28th. "It was a moving and monumental experience for the Navy and the city of Athens as the school closes and relocates to Newport," said Mitos Andaya, Associate Choral Director in the Hodgson School of Music.