Maya Norman, horn
Donna Amato, piano
Hermann Neuling Bagatelle for Low Horn and Piano
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Horn Concerto No.3 in E-flat, K.447
Olivier Messiaen "Appel interstellaire" from Des Canyons aux étoiles...
Franz Strauss Nocturno, Op.7
Derek Bourgeois Sonata for Brass Quintet
Stephon Owens, trumpet
Matthew Rees, trumpet
Tess Cayton, trombone
Hunter Kane, tuba
Maya Norman is a horn player based in Pittsburgh, PA and is currently in the second year of her masters degree here at Carnegie Mellon University, studying horn performance. In 2018 she graduated from University of the Pacific, and spent the years before starting graduate school building up a private studio of students and freelancing in the greater California bay area. She is a student of Stephen Kostyniak, and has frequently studied with other PSO members during her time here in Pittsburgh including Robert Lauver and William Caballero.
Cost: Free and open to the public; No tickets required.
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