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October 12, 2001
Hoffmann/Goldstein Duo to perform at UMBC
Baltimore, MD (October 1, 2001) - UMBC's Department of Music presents theHoffmann/Goldstein Duo, featuring the artistry of percussionist
The evening's program will feature C.I.R.C.A. (2000) by AnnelieseWeibel (b. 1956), that is poetry as ... (1993) by
Paul Hoffmann, pianist
Paul Hoffmann made his debut at the Vienna Konzerthaus in 1973 while on aFulbright grant, and has since concertized extensively in the U.S. andabroad. He is founder and director of the
Most recently he has performed at new music festivals in Italy("Spaziomusica" in Cagliari and "Musiche in Mostra" inTurin), National SunYat-senUniversity in Taiwan, GoucherCollege in Baltimore, Merkin Hall in New York City and The 8thInternational Symposium on Electronic Art at the
Mr. Hoffmann has degrees from
Tom Goldstein, percussionist
As a New York City freelance percussionist for over twenty years, Mr.Goldstein performed extensively with groups such as the Orchestra of St.Luke's and the BrooklynPhilharmonic, as well as chamber groups, Broadway shows and innightclubs. Especially active in contemporary music, he has premiereddozens of solo and chamber works, many of which were written expressly for him.From 1980 to 1990 he served as Artistic Director of the new-music groupGAGEEGO. He has toured with
General admission: $7.00
Students and seniors: $3.00
Admission is free to holders of a current UMBC ID.
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Posted by dwinds1 at October 12, 2001 12:00 AM