368 songs, 41 hours 28 minutes
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UCM NEWS RELEASE:
Guitarist Zane Forshee In Concert
UCM’s Department of Music and the Performing Arts Series present classical guitarist Zane Forshee in concert Thursday, March 30, 7:30pm in Hart Recital Hall on the UCM campus.
Described as “…one of his generation’s finest guitarists,” (Fingerstyle Guitar Magazine), Forshee is active both as a soloist and chamber musician. Recent concert engagements have taken him across North America, Europe, and Asia, where his live performances have been noted for possessing “a beautiful ever-flow that held the audience captivated” (Retriever Weekly).
Raised in St. Louis, Zane’s exposure to various forms of music, both classical and popular, inspired his interest in developing diverse programs for the guitar. His broad musical range and openness to collaboration has led him to work with an array of distinct artists from Opus 1 Contemporary Dance Company to composers: David Revill, Luke Bedford, Gene Koshinski, and Benjamin Verdery.
Zane holds a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree, Master of Music Degree, and Graduate Performance Diploma from the Peabody Conservatory of Music of the Johns Hopkins University, where he serves as the Chair of the Guitar and Harp Department. He also serves on the faculty of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and is in residence at the Performing Arts Institute Summer Music Festival in Pennsylvania.
Zane’s 3-day residency on campus includes masterclasses and seminars, culminating in the concert Thursday the 30th.
Tickets for the concert will be available starting Monday, March 27, 9am-Noon at the Central Tickets Box Office, Administration 100, and one hour prior to showtime at the venue, or by calling 660-543-8888. Tickets and information are available anytime online at ucmpas.com.
Dr. Forshee’s 3-day residency is made possible in part by a grant from the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency.
For more information:
Contact Jeff Imboden at firstname.lastname@example.org
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ABOUT THE PROJECT
A NOTE FROM ZANE FORSHEE: Happy Valentine’s Day! As we celebrate this day of love, hope, and at times longing, I want to share with you a new recording I’ve made that beautifully captures all of these elements by composer Judah Adashi. You can download my arrangement of his piece, my heart comes undone, for solo electric guitar by signing up for my email updates on the right sidebar of my website. The recording will be delivered to your inbox for download.
Progress is never a straight line:
A little over a year ago, I contacted my friend and colleague at Peabody, Judah Adashi, about a piece he’d recently written: my heart comes undone. I was familiar with the string ensemble version of this work that was commissioned and premiered by the Peabody Preparatory Strings Department and had become acquainted with the version he made for solo cello and loop pedal that was premiered and recorded by Lavena Johanson.
Title (all lower case): my heart comes undone (ISRC # US7DZ1700700)
Composer: Judah Adashi
Artist: Zane Forshee (electric guitar and loop pedal)
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