Concerts at the Hayes School of Music
Guest recital Nov. 6 features tubist Tony
Musician 1st Class Tony Halloin, a tubist with the U.S. Navy Band, will present a guest recital Sunday, Nov. 6, at Appalachian State University.
The 6 p.m. recital will be presented in Broyhill Music Center’s Recital Hall on campus. Halloin will be accompanied by pianist Bair Shagdaron from the Hayes School of Music. Admission is free and the public is invited.
Halloin will perform “Relentless Grooves II: Armenia” by Sam Pilafian, “Six Studies in English Folk Song” by Ralph Vaughan Williams, “Capriccio” by Krzysztof Penderecki, “Sonata for Tuba and Piano” by Alec Wilder and “Joyously” from James Woodward’s “Tuba Concerto.”
Halloin joined the Navy Band in 2004. Prior to his appointment, Halloin completed a bachelor of music degree with a teacher’s certification at the University of Michigan and a master of music degree at Indiana University.
At IU, he was associate instructor of music education, training future music educators to teach brass instruments in the public schools. In 2010, Halloin received his doctor of musical arts degree from the University of Maryland.
In 2000, Halloin was a semifinalist for the Arnold Jacobs Mock Orchestra Audition at the International Tuba Euphonium Conference. He has performed with the Indianapolis Symphony, Columbus Indiana Philharmonic, the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra and Phil Ogilvie’s Rhythm Kings.
Halloin additionally serves as a concert band stage crew chief, managing equipment loading and setup at concerts, and he is also a member of the Navy Band Brass Quartet.
Hayes String Trio performs Nov. 14
Classical works for strings, clarinet and piano will be performed Nov. 14 during a faculty recital at Appalachian State University’s Hayes School of Music.
The Hayes String Trio will be joined by clarinetist Andrea Cheesman and pianist Bair Shagdaron for the recital that begins at 8 p.m. in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall. Admission is free and the public is invited.
Trio members are Nancy Bargerstock, violin, Eric Koontz, viola, and Kenneth Lurie, cello. They will perform Bernhard Henrik Crusell’s “Quartet for Clarinet and Strings, Op. 2” and “Quartet for Piano and Strings in C Minor, Op. 60” by Johannes Brahms.