Youngblood To Perform
Flute Recital at TWU
DENTON — To
Dr. Pamela Youngblood, part of being a professor means expanding
your repertoire. That’s why the associate professor of music
at Texas Woman’s University often performs pieces for the
first time in her faculty recitals.
Her fall recital is scheduled
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21 in the Margo Jones Performance Hall,
located at Oakland and Sawyer streets on TWU’s Denton campus.
Admission is free.
looking for new things,” Youngblood said. “I always
look for a good program design — a balance between substance
search for pieces to feature in her “women in music”
class uncovered “Bubble-Up Rag,” composed by Judith
Lang Zaimont in 2001. Youngblood enjoyed the piece and was eager
to perform it, but she had to contact Zaimont for the music, which
has not yet been published.
Youngblood also selected
Sonatine en Trio by Florent Schmitt, which she will perform with
new TWU clarinet instructor Garry Evans; and works by Georges Dorlay,
Henri Tomasi, Brenno Blauth and Otar Taktakishvili.
Youngblood founded and
directs the TWU and Brookhaven (Dallas) flute choirs, and is a founding
member of Zephyr Winds, a musical ensemble that focuses upon rarely
heard music for a variety of instrumental combinations. She has
performed at conventions of the National Flute Association, the
Texas Music Educators Association and the National Association of
College Wind and Percussion Instructors. She also is principal flutist
for the Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra.
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