The Phillips Family in Concert

The Phillips Family will perform a concert on May 26 featuring two new works by Pittsburgh composer Eugene Phillips: Quintetto Concertante for soprano, flute, two violins and viola, plus his Suite for Viola and Bass Flute. Both works were written at the request of the Phillips family and are being premiered here in Pittsburgh. The Suite for Viola and Bass Flute features the newly invented bass flute, a giant flute sounding two octaves below the standard instrument, likely being heard for the first time in Pittsburgh.

Updated: The American University Sax Quartet and Pitt Performers

The American University Saxophone Quartet is visiting Pittsburgh from Washington DC. They will be joined by University of Pittsburgh faculty and student performers Roger Zahab (violin/viola), Jonghee Kang (piano), and Eric Wiegandt (percussion) for a program that will feature works by George Tsontakis, Michael Torke, Paul Hindemith, Elliott Carter, Aaron Brooks, and Roger Zahab.

Senior Guitar Recital, Forrest Guilfoile

Senior Music Major Forrest Guilfoile will give a recital of guitar music including jazz, rock, folk, sacred, and classical music. The wide-ranging program will include All the Things You Are, Yesterday, Amazing Grace, Russian Dance (From the Nutcracker), and much more. The program takes place on Sunday, March 24 in Frick Fine Arts Auditorium at 2 p.m. and is free to the public.