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October 22, 2001
UMBC Department of Music presents E. Michael Richards, clarinetist, in concert
Baltimore, MD (October 22, 2001) -- UMBC's Department of Music presents clarinetist
The program will include Street Cries (1983) for solo microtonal clarinet by
As a recitalist of new music, E. Michael Richards has premiered over 125 works throughout the United States, Japan, Australia, and Western Europe. Trained as a clarinetist at the New England Conservatory (B.Mus.) and Yale School of Music (M.Mus.), Richards earned a Ph.D. at the University of California, San Diego. He received a 1990 U.S./Japan Creative Artist Fellowship (sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts, U.S.-Japan Friendship Commission, and Japanese Government Cultural Agency) as a solo recitalist for a six-month residency in Japan, an NEH Summer Fellowship to study traditional Japanese music, and a residency grant (Cassis, France) from the Camargo Foundation to complete a book, The Clarinet of the Twenty-First Century. Richards has performed as concerto soloist with the Syracuse Symphony and Shinsei Japan Philharmonic (Tokyo), in chamber music performances with the Cassatt Quartet, Ying Quartet, SONOR, and the East-West Quartet, and in recital at eight international festivals and more than 20 universities, as well as at Lincoln Center, the Guggenheim Museum (New York), the American Academy in Rome, and the Tokyo American Center. He has also performed as a member of the Tanosaki-Richards Duo (with pianist Kazuko Tanosaki) since 1982. Richards has recorded on the NEUMA,
Kazuko Tanosaki, pianist
Born in Japan and educated at the Kunitachi College of Music, Kazuko Tanosaki received an M.A. in piano under full scholarship from the University of California, San Diego. She studied piano with Kazuko Abe, Cecil Lytle, Jean-Charles François, Frederick Marvin, and Natalya Antonova. Ms. Tanosaki was a first prize winner in the 1982 La Jolla Orchestra Young Artist Competition (San Diego). She has served as a lecturer in music (piano) at
General admission: $7.00.
Students and seniors: $3.00.
Admission is free to holders of a current UMBC ID.
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Department of Music: http://www.umbc.edu/music
E. Michael Richards: http://www.umbc.edu/music/site/faculty/richards.html
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E. Michael Richards image: www.umbc.edu/newsevents/arts/hi-res/richards.jpg
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Posted by dwinds1 at October 22, 2001 12:00 AM