Artists from Interlochen at Kirkbride Hall: Nancy Stagnitta, Bryan Conger, Dane Philipsen
Ticket price(s):$25 Full, $11 Youth.
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Interlochen Arts Academy faculty members, alumni and friends return to Kirkbride Hall at The Village at Grand Traverse Commons for a series of intimate performances this fall.
Beginning Sept. 27 and concluding on Nov. 8, four Thursday evening performances will bring the best of Interlochen to the historic Kirkbride Hall at The Village at Grand Traverse Commons.
In addition to her duties as instructor of flute and chamber music at Interlochen Arts Academy, Nancy Stagnitta is artist/faculty at the Amalfi Coast Music and Arts Festival in Italy, and principal flutist with the Traverse Symphony. Praised for her “brilliance and beauty of tone” by the Baltimore Sun, she was appointed as U.S.I.A. Artistic Ambassador to southern Africa, where she presented concerts and master classes in Angola, Botswana, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, and Namibia.
Bryan Conger comes to Interlochen from The Juilliard School, where he has just completed his D.M.A. in clarinet performance. Bryan has been teaching music theory and analysis, and ESL for undergraduate students at Juilliard since 2012. He has performed as principal clarinet with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra in San Francisco, where he performs on historical instruments; Symphony in C in New York; on Broadway on both clarinet and saxophone; and performing new music with the Texas New Music Ensemble.
Dr. Dane Philipsen
In addition to his duties as Instructor of Oboe at Interlochen Arts Academy and Interlochen Arts Camp, Dr. Philipsen is also a member of the Adult Band Camp Double-Reeds Faculty at the Interlochen College of Creative Arts. Dr. Philipsen comes to Interlochen from Chicago where he has been performing with the Chicago Symphony while completing his DMA in oboe performance at Northwestern University.
7PM — 9PM
700 Cottageview Drive, Suite 200 Traverse City, MI 49684