Monday, March 26, 2012

Detroit Free Press: 'Creative new concert series pairs music and significant local buildings'

[Trombonist David Jackson selected the music and will perform at Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings' "Structurally Sound" concert at the architecturally significant Ford Piquette Plant. / Michelle Andonian]

University of Michigan
“Professor Jackson is Associate Professor of Trombone at the University of Michigan. He also has been a faculty member at Baylor University, Eastern Michigan University, and the University of Toledo. He is a member of the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings and of Chicago’s Fulcrum Point New Music Project. In the summers, he teaches and performs at the Hot Springs Music Festival and the Idyllwild Arts Festival. He is a Conn-Selmer artist and clinician.”

March 25, 2012
by Mark Stryker
Music Writer
“The Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings launches its newest venture April 1: 'Structurally Sound,' a concert series in architecturally significant spaces with music tied to the location. First up is the historic Ford Piquette Plant. The music ranges from Model T-era works to new pieces on a man-versus-machine theme."

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