Guest artist Julie Josephson and PSC lecturer Maureen Horgan will present a clinic and recital at Plymouth State College on October 9. The free recital is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Silver Cultural Arts Center.
Julie Josephson is one of the few brass musicians to receive the prestigious Artist Diploma from the New England Conservatory. As a trombone soloist and a member of the award-winning Prisma Trombone Quartet, she has performed with the U.S. Army Band, the Nevada Symphony and at international trombone festivals, women’s international brass conferences, the New York Brass Conference and Trombone Day at Mannes College. Josephson has recorded with the Summit Brass, the New World Symphony, Bang-On-A-Can All-Stars, and has performed with many orchestras at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. She is currently recording a solo compact disc.
Maureen Horgan is principal trombone of the Nashua Symphony and has played with the New Hampshire Music Festival for 17 years. As a freelance musician, she has played with groups including the Boston Philharmonic and the Opera Company of Boston. In addition to teaching at Plymouth State College, she teaches for the preparatory school of the New England Conservatory and is head brass coach for the Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras.
Ms. Josephson’s appearance is sponsored in part by the Smyth Fund at PSC and the Selmer Bach Corporation.
For information contact the department of music and theatre at 535-2334.