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Left, Carolyn Treybig; right, David
ENCORE! 2003 FEATURES SOUTHEASTERN FACULTY AND SLU CHAMBER
HAMMOND – The Southeastern Louisiana
University Chamber Orchestra’s annual spring concert on Monday, February
17 will feature two members of the Music and Dramatic Arts Department faculty.
Pianist David Evenson and flutist
Carolyn Totaro Treybig will solo with the orchestra, which will be conducted
by Yakov Voldman, director of the university’s string program.
The free concert is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. in
Southeastern's downtown Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts.
Evenson, head of the Department
of Music and Dramatic Arts, will perform the “Concerto for Piano No. 26
in D Major (‘Coronation’)” by W.A. Mozart, while Treybig will perform “A
Night Piece” by Arthur Foote.
A native of Minneapolis, Minn.,
Evenson began studying piano at the age of nine. He received bachelor’s
and master’s degrees from Indiana University under the tutelage of the
late Cuban-American virtuoso Jorge Bolet. He received his doctoral
degree from the University of Arizona as a student of the late Ozan Marsh.
Evenson also studied in Fontainebleau,
France, and at the Chautauqua Festival Music School in New York.
A member of the Southeastern
faculty since1979, Evenson has served as head of the Department of Music
and Dramatic Arts since 1994. In 1992 he received Southeastern’s
prestigious “President’s Award for Excellence in Artistic Activity.”
Evenson, along with saxophonist
Lawrence Gwozdz, recently released a compact disc recording of chamber
Treybig has studied flute and
piccolo with William Hebert at the Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music,
with George Pope at the University of Akron, with Peter Lloyd at the Royal
Northern College of Music, and with Jacqueline Hofto at the University
of Texas at Austin. She has written several documents and articles, appeared
as a guest lecturer and performer, and served as an adjunct instructor
Treybig joined the Southeastern
faculty in 2001 and teaches flute, music history, and music appreciation.
She also performs with faculty chamber ensembles and with her husband,
Joel Treybig, assistant professor of trumpet at the University of Southern
For additional information, contact
Voldman at 985-549-5182.
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