Multifaceted: It’s Time for the Recital

After four fantastic (and incredibly challenging) years at ASU, I’m thrilled to be presenting some of my best work for various instrumentations on my senior recital! You’ll get to hear some trumpet music and some non-trumpet music as played by a swarm of my friends and collaborators from the Phoenix area. The program is as follows:

Storm Warning: Brianne Borden, Billy Berue, Aaron Lovelady, Robert Lau Giambruno, [Eris] DeJarnett, trumpets (Arizona premiere)
Horizon Line: Emilio Vazquez and Adele Etheridge Woodson, violin; Chloe Calvino, viola; Stephen Mitton, cello
Fade to Black: [REDACTED]*, flute; Jeremiah Sweeney, piano
Liar, Liar: fixed media
Flatline: Jeremiah Sweeney, piano (world premiere)
Don’t Tell: Tess Galbiati, actor
Red Light Horizon: Alan Acosta, soprano saxophone; Eric DeJarnett, alto saxophone; Chaz Martineau, tenor saxophone; Julianne Colwell, baritone saxophone; [Eris] DeJarnett, trumpet; Marcus Henley, guitar; Ellis Green, piano; Max Beckman, bass; Connor Sample, drums

I’m excited to share all these with you guys in one concert! (There will be a brief intermission, don’t worry.) Admission is free, and there will be a reception after the show. Come celebrate with me, or catch the live stream on YouTube (link forthcoming). See you there!

Saturday, April 1, 2017; 5:00pm at the ASU Recital Hall. ♦

*Note from future Eris: The performer whose name is redacted at the asterisk above has since expressed explicitly transmisogynist views directly to me and as such is no longer welcome within my professional circles.