Richard Silvers, violin, and Holly Quist, piano, will conclude this season’s Recital Series on May 5 at 7:00 pm. They have chosen a program of diverse works from the 18th-21st centuries: a sonata by W.A. Mozart; transcriptions by Fritz Kreisler of Spanish dances by Enrique Granados, Isaac Albeniz and Manuel de Falla; a world premiere by Ari Barack Fisher who will attend the performance; and a sonata by Johannes Brahms.
Dr. Silvers received his three music degrees (Bachelor of Music, Master of Music, Doctor of Musical Arts) from U.C.L.A., Indiana University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While at the latter, he was a University Fellow and musicology teaching assistant. His professional engagements have included concerts in the U.S., Italy and Switzerland. He currently serves on the faculty at Fort Lewis College as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Upper Strings.
Holly Quist has performed, collaborated and taught within communities throughout the United States, Ireland and Italy. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from Western Michigan University and her Master of Music degree from the University of Missouri where she held a graduate assistantship. She now studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she is pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree.
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