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    Mack Guderian, trumpet Richard Schaffer, trumpet

    Thomas Bacon, horn David Waters, trombone

    Warren Deck, tuba

    Wednesday, October 25, 1978 r--........... ~-;;;:._,..........,.....,....;_~~8:00 _p.m. in Hamman Hall _



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    Pho.togipphingand 5ound , recOrding are prohibited. We further request aiidiliie j1agirig - devices_ not be used during the performance. Doctors 011 call may make paging arrangements with the ushers.


    MACK GUDERiAN, Ar.tist-.Teacher of Trumpet at The Shepherd School of Music and Associate First TfU!t!pet. with Jhe Ho~ston Symphony Orchestra, received his Bachelor of Music degree from the Texas Christian University and his Master of Music degree from North Texas State University. He formerly was Fi'rst Coronetist with the U: S. Army Band, stationed _in Washington, D. C. and most recently held the position of Second Trumpet with the Dallas Symphony. Mr. Guderian has been a faculty member at Dallas Cotin'ty Jun.ier College and Southern Methodist UniversitY. ,.

    Born in New York City, RICH.ARD, S~H;Aff-.ER did preparatory study afthe ]uiliJard School of Music before entering the Eastman S~hool of Music wher-e he received his Badieto: of Music in performance and education in 1963. Mr. Schaffer graduated from Catholic Univ.ersity in l967 with a Master of Music degree. His performing experience includes work with the Eastman Wind Ensemble, the Eastman Philharmonia, The Rochester Philhanrn:mic,; the U .. S. Marine Band, and the Houston Symphony Orchestra where Ire iS presently Assistant Principal Trumpet.

    ;a i1f13MAS-~eii1ilt"Morm~rtlfiflr*'"'-~~ ....... ~~ n . p ~:--=~"'-""''"''"":t'~ - - --- - .. Teacher of Hom at The Shepherd School of Music, wasformerly the Sole Homis.t"with tne Berlin Radio Symphony. Also an active soloist, he has made nume_rous concert appearances throughout Europe, Africa, South, Central and North America. He formerly held first horn pos(tions. 71)ith the Syracuse Symphony and the .Detroit S'!)mphony .

    . . -~AVIP WATERS JJ[/dwa~d~ his ~liezoi. :Of Music Education from the Univ~;;tyj/:_ -Ho~sffm in 1962 and his Master bf Music from the University of Texas in 1964. Mr. Watas received instruction with artist-teachers of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the New York

    Phllharmonic, and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. He has played with a , numb~ of. dance bands1 shdw'erchesfras; stage bands, and jazz ensembles, iri addition to playing with the Austin Symplwny, the National Orchestral AssOciation in New York City and the Nor:f:h Jer:;ey Wind Symphony. Mr. Waters is Bass Tro~bonist with th~ Hauston Symphony and Artist-Teacher of Trombone_ut The Shepherd S~ool of Music.

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    WARREN DECK was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and was a scholarship student. at the Univ~ity .pf Michigan from 1972 to 1975. Winner of the Concerto Competition at the University of Michigan in 1974, Mr.' Deck has recorded [or_ Golden Crest Records and was Artist-in-Residence for the Grand Rapids Symphony from 1974-to 1976 .. Mr. Deck has been associated with the Aspen Music Festival smce 1973 and is currently tuba player for the Houston Symphony Orcft.e_stra and Artist-Teacher ofTuba at The Shepherd School of Music.


    Wednesday, November 1

    Wednesday, November 15

    Tuesday, November 28

    Wednesday, November 29

    THE PAILLARD CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, co-sponsored with the Houston Friends of Music, Inc.; admis-sion charged.

    Music from the Shepherd School at 10:00 p.m. in KLEF, 94.5 FM presents selections from the MARIE-CLAIRE ALAIN and SHEPHERD BRASS QUINTET recitals.

    WARREN DECK, tuba, and PAUL ELLISON, double bass.

    Music from the Shepherd School at 10:00 p.m. on KLEF, 94.5 FM presents Ives' Symphony No. 3 performed by the Shepherd Sinfonia, Dr. Samuel Jones, conductor.

    Thursday, November 30 SYZYGY presents a retrospective of chamj;g.Jll.u~ic _ ~""""'oo;;;"'-~~~~PAt:II?roePER. -~ -- --

    Monday, December 4

    Wednesday, December 6

    Thursday, December 7

    Sunday, December 10

    RICE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Dr. Samuel Jones, conductor.

    GITA KARASIK, piano, co-sponsored with Pro Musicis.

    RICE CHORALE, Dr. Richard Koehler, conductor, in the Rice Memorial Chapel.

    FRIEDMAN VARDI SILBERSTEIN STRING TRIO, co-sponsored with the Houst~ Friends of Music, Inc.; admission charged. ,~

    Except where otherwise noted, all concerts are at 8:00p.m. in Hamman Hall.

    For further information, please call527-4933.