- Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall (UCSB)
Tickets: general ($10), non-UCSB students with ID ($5), UCSB students with ID (FREE), children under 12 (FREE). Tickets may be purchased at the door, at the AS Ticket Office window (UCEN Room 1535, across from Corwin Pavilion), online at www.music.ucsb.edu, or by calling the AS Ticket Office at (805) 893-2064.
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Please join us for a concert spanning the alphabet of composers, from our own CCS composition student Jack Aron to the notable Los Angeles legend Frank Zappa, with stops in between on Michael Burritt, Christopher Rouse, Maurice Ravel, and Peter Schickele.
The concert’s first half features a quartet for (mostly) non-pitched percussion: Michael Burritt’s The Doomsday Machine, inspired by an episode of the original STAR TREK TV series. Rounding out the first half is a duet for marimbas on Ravel’s Alborado del gracioso, and Jack Aron’s Galaxies for full ensemble, plus guest pianist Leslie Cain, a student of Paul Berkowitz’s in the DMA performance program. We are especially happy to present Jack’s piece, continuing a tradition of developing and performing student compositions for percussion. Jack is a student of Leslie Hogan’s in the College of Creative Studies Music Composition program.
The UCSB Percussion Ensemble presents "From A to Z (Aron to Zappa)". Wednesday, May 18, 2016. 7:30 p.m. Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall on the UCSB campus.