Nov 15th - Flutists Jennifer Rhyne and Paul Taub to perform at CWUPosted: Updated:
Professional flutists Jennifer Rhyne and Paul Taub will perform a varied program of contemporary works using amplified flutes, alto flutes, piccolos, distortion and delay pedals, prerecorded sound, and spatial movement on Nov. 15 at 4 p.m in the CWU Recital Hall. This free concert will include a premier by Tacoma, Washington composer James L. Brown
Paul Taub is a flutist and executive director of the Seattle Chamber Players and Professor of Music at Cornish College of the Arts where he has been on the faculty since 1979. He has had a strong musical presence in the Seattle chamber music scene since 1979 and is an active soloist and recitalist. He has performed throughout the Pacific Northwest and in Canada, France, Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, Italy and Costa Rica.
Jennifer Rhyne serves as affiliate artist and is a senior lecturer in flute at Pacific Lutheran University where she directs the Sølvvinden Flute Choir and performs with the Camas Woodwind Quintet. She also serves as vice president and program chair of the Seattle Flute Society. She has been a prize winner in competitions sponsored by the Texas Flute Society, the Albuquerque Flute Association, the Washington, D.C. Flute Society, and the National Flute Association, and has performed at Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden in New York.
Persons of disability may make arrangements for reasonable accommodation by calling (509) 963-1103 or (for hearing impaired) TDD (509) 963-2143.
CWU Recital Hall is located at the corner of 14th and Adler in Ellensburg.