Faculty and guests will explore the intriguing diversity of the chamber repertoire, from the tango inspirations of Argentine Maximo Pujol to the premiere of a new work for oboe, bassoon and piano by UIndy alumnus Matthew Bridgham.
The free program includes the 1906 concert piece by Romanian George Enescul, and Austin Hartman will join the New Century String Quartet for the 1889 string quintet by German-American composer Charles Martin Loeffler.
Jazz will reign when the Tucker Brothers and Friends present a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 4.
Bassist Nick Tucker and guitarist Joel Tucker, both Indianapolis natives, are active freelance musicians around the Midwest. Nick holds a bachelor’s degree in music from UIndy and a master’s in jazz studies from Indiana University, where Joel studied jazz. Nick teaches bass at IUPUI and Eastern Illinois University, and Joel maintains a large private studio.
Their collaborations pay homage to the rich jazz history of Indianapolis while also making jazz fresh and relatable to young people.
Call 788-3251 or visit www.uindy.edu/arts for more information.