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WELCOME TO THE CONSERVATORY !
Welcome to the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music!
Thank you for joining us for a season of world-class music in a variety of genres, performed by our nationally-recognized faculty members, resident ensembles, and exciting guest artists!
Its chilly outside so we recommend warming up with some some smokin hot Latin rhythms performed by our newest resident ensemble Orquesta Tumbao, plus some of the best jazz in town! Our Friday Night Jazz Jams provide opportunities to perform and hear other jazz musicians in the Milwaukee area. On the classical side, composer Harold Meltzer will be joining Prometheus Trio for their February concert and talk. Looking ahead to March, our Piano Faculty presents an afternoon of musical wonder and pre-performance arts activity with a family concert featuring Babar and Mother Goose.
If youre in the mood to dance, we have two special events designed just for you! On Valentines Day, Noche Latina (Latin Night), an evening of Latin Music and Dance featuring our newest resident ensemble Orquesta Tumbao, takes place at the United Community Center. On May 4 we return to the 1940s with Swing! and our Conservatory Big Band at the Astor Hotel Ballroom. On the third Friday of every other month you can also get dance lessons and hear great music with the Vista del Lago Social Club. Theres something for everyone at the Conservatory!
Our Annual Campaign continues this spring and we ask for your financial support as we serve nearly 20,000 infants, children, and adults in our community. Your contribution provides financial aid, merit scholarships, musician residencies in schools, music therapy programs in service agencies, and so much more. Thank you for being a generous friend to music!
If you have questions, comments, suggestions, or want to sign up for our e-newsletter to keep apprised of everything going on, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at wcmusic.org.
The stage is setthe performance is about to begin. We hope you enjoy your concert experience. And if it was memorable, let us know and please tell your friends!
Katharine and Sandy Mallin
The Eric D. Batterman Memorial Grant
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The Conservatory thanks our sponsors for making all of these concerts possible.
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Eric Jacobson Quartet: Music of Tom Harrell
Thursday, January 17, 2013 | 7:30pm
Eric Jacobson, trumpetPaul Silbergleit, guitar
Jeff Hamann, bassDavid Bayles, drums
Praised by Newsweek for his pure melodic genius, Tom Harrell is widely recognized as one of the most creative and uncompromising jazz instrumentalists and composers of our time. Even with a discography of over 260 recordings and a career that spans more than four decades, Harrell has managed to stay fresh and current as he continues to actively record and tour around the world.
The Eric Jacobson Quartet honors this jazz icon, who inspires legions of musicians and devoted fans.
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Eric Jacobson, trumpet WCM faculty member since 2008. Eric Jacobson is a professional trumpet player, clinician, composer and private instructor residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Eric freelances in the Milwaukee and Chicago area playing in groups such as Luis Diaz Quintet, DCalleSon, De La Buena, Kings Go Forth, Tristan Royalty Squad, Orquesta Tumbao, We Six and leading his own jazz Quintet. Eric has been fortunate to experience performances and lessons with well-known artists, such as Maynard Ferguson, Slide Hampton, Brian Lynch, Jim Rotondi, Tim Hagans,Tito Puente Jr., Joan Rivers, Eric Benet, Mayer Hawthorne, Robert Randolph and Wynton Marsalis. Eric was recently recognized in Jazzscope magazine By David Hoffman as having [a] gorgeous round sound on both the trumpet and flugelhorn and being on his way to being a jazz giant. In 2001 Eric released his debut jazz CD entitled Inspiration which features some of Milwaukees best jazz musicians as well as New York trumpet sensation Brian Lynch. Eric released his second album in 2011 called Two A.M. Live at the Jazz Estate and his third album will be released in Fall 2012, featuring Brian lynch and piano legend Barry Velleman. Eric has been busy performing and touring around the world the past two years with Soul band Kings Go Forth featured in Time as being 2011s best Soul band.
Paul Silbergleit, guitar WCM faculty member since 1996. B.A., Oberlin College. An accomplished jazz composer as well as performer, Mr. Silbergleit has played clubs, concert halls, and festivals throughout the area as both a leader and a sideman. He has appeared with Jack McDuff, Jon Faddis, Richie Cole, Tierney Sutton, Melvin Rhyne, Brian Lynch, David Hazeltine, and the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, among others. Both his 1996 debut CD Silberglicity (on which other Conservatory faculty members are featured) and his 2003 release, My New Attitude, have made it onto the jazz charts with nationwide airplay, and he can also be heard on the 2005 We Six CD Bird Say. Mr. Silbergleit also teaches at Cardinal Stritch University, and is a featured instructor in Hal Leonards Guitar Licks Goldmine DVD series.
Jeff Hamann, bass WCM faculty member since 1998. A member of the Conservatorys We Six jazz sextet, Mr. Hamann attended the Wisconsin Conservatory
of Music, winning first place in the Jazz Studies Scholarship competition four years in a row. He has worked as a clinician and jazz festival judge in the Milwaukee, Kenosha and Waukesha public schools as well as at UW-Milwaukee, UW-Madison and UW-Green Bay. Performing with such well-known artists as Frank Morgan, Marlena Shaw, Steve Allen, and Eric Alexander, he has toured throughout the Midwest and has appeared at Jazz Yantra in Bombay, India. Jeff is also the bassist on
Michael Feldmans WhadYa Know show, airing Saturdays on Wisconsin Public Radio and broadcast nationally on NPR stations. He can be heard on the 2005 We Six CD Bird Say.
David Bayles, drums WCM faculty member since 1997. B.F.A. Music Education UW-Milwaukee. A member of the Conservatorys We Six, Mr. Bayles has worked with such jazz artists as Slide Hampton, Barry Harris, David Hazeltine, Vincent Herring, Brian Lynch, Jack McDuff, Bob Mintzer, Frank Morgan, James Moody, Jim Pugh, Melvin Rhyne, and Ernie Watts. Dave performs at jazz clubs and music festivals throughout the Midwest. Recording credits include the Luis Diaz Quintet (On the Edge), the Curt Hanrahan Quintet (Hang Time), the Juli Wood Quintet (Movin and Groovin), and the We Six CD (Bird Say), Steve Wiest (Excalibur), Doug Lawrence (Kids Are Pretty People). Daves orchestral credits include timpani with the Rome Festival Orchestra and percussion with the Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra. As a clinician for Yamaha Music Corporation and Zildjian Cymbals, he travels and teaches widely throughout the U.S. and Canada. Dave also teaches percussion at UW-Parkside in Kenosha, WI., UW-Milwaukee, and Concordia University (Milwaukee).
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Rubens Quartet with Stefanie JacobFriday, January 25, 2013 | 7:30pm
Sarah Kapustin, violinTali Goldberg, violin
Roeland Jagers, violaJoachim Eijlander, cello
Stefanie Jacob, piano
String Quartet Op. 18, No. 3 Ludwig van Beethoven (b. 1770-1827)
Visions at Sea Joey Roukens (b. 1982 - )
Piano Quintet in f minor Csar Franck
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Rubens QuartetThe Rubens Quartetwhose members come from the Netherlands, Israel and the UShas become one of the finest young quartets of its generation since being founded in 2000. The quartet has impressed audiences throughout its home country of the Netherlands and abroad, and is praised for its warm sound, remarkable sense of rhythm and harmony, and ability to communicate with an audience. Through its rich knowledge of string quartet culture, the mission of the Rubens Quartet is to combine the old with the new, by interpreting lesser known works of the past and present and placing them alongside the great standards of the quartet repertoire. The quartet plays in dance choreographies, connects literature and music, and initiates music theatre performances. In its concert programs, the ensemble regularly pairs classic with contemporary (Haydn with Dutilleux, Shostakovich with Roukens), and is dedicated to promoting new music, having worked closely with such composers as Gyrgy Kurtg, Louis Andriessen and Sofia Gubaidulina.
Stefanie Jacob, pianist WCM faculty member since 1987. Stefanie Jacob made her solo debut with the Boston Pops at age 17 and her Carnegie Recital Hall debut in 1984. An avid chamber
musician, she was twice awarded second prize at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and was awarded Indiana Universitys Leo Weiner Prize for Chamber Music. Ms. Jacob has performed as a soloist with the Milwaukee Symphony, the Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra and the Waukesha and Manitowoc Symphonies, and has appeared as a collaborating artist
on Milwaukees Artist Series at the Pabst and WFMT-Chicagos nationally broadcast Dame Myra Hess Series. She has recorded for the Arundax, CRI, Fleur de Son and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music labels. A gradu