Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020 at 12:00 p.m.
This concert is a reprise of a Music at Noon Concert performed on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020.
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (1675-1741)
Composed by Keith Bissell (1912-1992)
Composed by Georges Enesco (1881-1955)
Composed by Rodion Schedrin (b. 1932)
Composed by Marc Lys
Composed by Stephan Djerbashian (1917-1973)
Composed by J.B. Arban (1825-1889)
**New French Composition
Guest performer Arnaud Schotte
Arnaud Schotte is in high demand as a soloist, academic, chamber musician and orchestra member.
After graduating from Conservatoire de Lille, he received the 1st prize in trumpet from the class of Antoine Curé (city of Paris), while simultaneously completing and graduating with a degree in Musicology from the Université de Lille.
Arnaud continued his studies, winning a spot in the National Superior Music Conservatory of Paris in the class of Clément Garrec for the full music program. There, he received the 1st prize of the Paris Conservatory in 2002. During his musical studies in Paris Arnaud participated in an exchange program with Yale University, studying with Allan Dean. In 2003-2004 he won a Fulbright Scholarship. As part of this exchange he studied at SUNY Purchase (NY-USA) following the technique of Graham Ashton.
Arnaud has been a guest at many orchestra festivals including Chorégies d’Orange (Paris National Orchestra), Radio France Festival (Paris Philharmonic Orchestra) and the International Orchestra Institute (Vienna Philharmonic). He is an active substitute in Lyon Opera, Paris Opera and many other orchestras in France. As a soloist, he performs with orchestras, organ and chamber music ensembles. Arnaud has been invited to give master classes throughout Europe and in the USA (Louisiana, Texas, Minneapolis). His fascination with the functional disabilities of brass practice (specifically the physiological embouchure) lead to a specialized two year program (médecine des arts). He graduated and received the European diploma for musicians rehabilitation in 2011.
Arnaud lives in Lyon, France, where he is the trumpet teacher of the Conservatoire de Lyon
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