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Guest Recital

STACKS Duo - Steve Stusek, Saxophone & Laurent Estoppey, Saxophone & Composer - Guest Artist Recital

  • Date & Time
    • Thursday, February 26, 2015 5:30pm 2015-02-26 05:30:00 pm1969-12-31 07:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkSTACKS Duo - Steve Stusek, Saxophone & Laurent Estoppey, Saxophone & Composer - Guest Artist RecitalMusic Building Room 121 (MUB 121)
  • Description

    ABOUT STACKS

    Stusek+Estoppey+Sax=STACKS

    Reinventing the saxophone recital, STACKS concerts are a seamless stream of saxophones, electronics and video.  

    Based in Greensboro, North Carolina, STACKS has been presenting concerts in the US since 2011. In February 2015, STACKS will tour from North Carolina to Florida, performing 10 shows. Our repertoire consists primarily of pieces dedicated to the duo. In addition we collaborate with video artists who create films from and for our compositions, student composers, and performance and improvisatory workshops for young artists. Our concerts are typically presented without interruption and bring spectators into a visual and auditory trip.

    STACKS is also part of COLLective for hAPpy SoundS (COLLAPSS), a collective of musicians, composers, dancers and visual artists based in Greensboro. A DVD of the duet will be published in France by Thödol and released in February 2015

    STACKS is American saxophonist Steven Stusek and Swiss saxophonist Laurent Estoppey.

    Performer bios

    Laurent Estoppey After studying saxophone at the Conservatory of Lausanne, where he received a « License de Concert » degree in 1994, Laurent Estoppey devoted himself entirely to contemporary music. Numerous collaborations with composers have led him to create at least one hundred works. Now Estoppey’s musical activity is divided between written music and improvisation. He performs throughout Switzerland, many European countries, as well as Canada, USA, Argentina, Guatemala and South Africa. Estoppey works with many orchestras, has founded several chamber ensembles and has recorded a dozen CDs. He teaches saxophone, contemporary music and improvisation to students of all ages and levels, from beginners to graduates. www.laurentestoppey.blogspot.com

    Steven Stusek is the professor of saxophone at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, where he has taught since 1999. He has studied at Indiana University with Eugene Rousseau and the Paris Conservatory with Daniel Deffayet. Other teachers include, Joseph Wytko, Larry Teal, Jean-Yves Formeau, Jean Ledeau, David Baker and Leroy Wolter. He is a founding member of the Red Clay Saxophone Quartet and the Eastwind Reed Quintet, and has given performances throughout the US, Canada, Europe, and China. In addition to being a past-President of the North American Saxophone Alliance, he is a performing artist for Vandoren and Yamaha. www.SteveStusek.com

  • Venue
    Music Building Room 121 (MUB 121)
    Room #
    121
    Address
    435 Newell Drive
    Phone
    352-392-0223
    Website
    Music Building Room 121 (MUB 121) Website