UNA Pressroom

'classically Jazzy' Holiday Concert With Una Brass Ensemble Set For Dec. 3

Nov. 02, 2009



Michelle Eubanks, UNA, at media@una.edu, 256.765.4392 or 256.606.2033

FLORENCE, Ala. - The University of North Alabama Department of Music and Theatre will present "A Classically Jazzy Holiday Event," featuring the UNA Brass Ensemble, at 7 p.m. Dec. 3 in Norton Auditorium. The UNA Brass Ensemble is under the direction of Dr. Eddie Elsey Jr., assistant professor of low brass.

The concert will include two special guest artists: Dr. Kristine Coreil, professor of horn at Northwestern State University, and Dr. Martin McCain, professor of trombone and low brass at Henderson State University. The show will also include players from Florence, Brooks, Rogers and Lexington high schools. The event is free of charge and is sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia in partnership with the UNA Office of Student Engagement. For more information, contact the UNA Department of Music and Theatre at 256-765-4361, or e-mail elelsey@una.edu.

PHOTOS AVAILABLE: For photos of Elsey, Coreil and McCain, contact the Office of University Communications at 256-765-4225 or jlwoods1@una.edu.

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