Venue: American Cathedral in Paris
The Scott/Garrison Duo, featuring clarinettist Shannon Scott and flutist Leonard Garrison “must certainly be counted among the foremost exponents of the music written for their particular combination” (Fanfare Magazine). They have released four CDs on Albany Records: Barn Dances (2010), Perennials (2013), Chimera (2016), and Rough Wind/Smooth Wind (2018). The Duo has performed together since 1988, with a long commitment to contemporary American music. They have been featured at many national conferences of the National Flute Association, College Music Society, and the National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors. The duo won grants from the University of Idaho, Washington State University, the Brannen-Cooper Fund and the Oklahoma State Arts Council and are members of the Flute-Clarinet Duos Consortium, which commissions new works from major composers for flute, clarinet, and piano. See scottgarrisonduo.com.
Shannon Scott is Associate Professor of Clarinet and History of Music, clarinetist for Solstice Wind Quintet at Washington State University and Principal Clarinet of the Walla Walla Symphony and the Eastern Music Festival.
Leonard Garrison is Professor of Flute and Associate Director of the Lionel Hampton School of Music at the University of Idaho, flutist in the Northwest Wind Quintet, Principal Flute of the Walla Walla Symphony, and has served as Program Chair, President, Treasurer, and Secretary of the National Flute Association.
Roger McVey is Associate Professor of Paino in the Lionel Hampton School of Music at the University of Idaho.
Bric-a-brac (2015) pour flûte, clarinette, et piano.………………..Robert Brownlow (b. 1966)
Inventions à deux voix …(adaptés par Daniel Dorff)…… ….Jean Sebastien Bach (1685-1750
No. 6, BWV 777
No. 8, BWV 779
Sonatine (1931) pour flûte et clarinette …………… …...……..Jean Cartan (1906-1932)
Zodiacal Light (2018) pour flûte, clarinette, et piano.…….…Roger Zare (b.1985)