CSU-Pueblo Flute Day Presents
Brook Ferguson, Principal Flute with the Colorado Symphony in Recital with Joshua Sawicki, piano, and Andrea Artley, flute.
Friday, June 8, 2018, 7:00 p.m.
Ascension Episcopal Church,
420 W 18th Street, Pueblo, CO 81003
Program to include:
Sonata in A Major by J.S. Bach
Andante et Scherzettino by Paul Taffenel
Syrinx by Claude Debussy
Fantasie by Phillip Gaubert
Maya by Ian Clarke
Andante and Rondo by Franz Doppler
Directions from the intersection I-25
Take exit 99B from I-25, head west on 13th St.
Follow W 13th St and N Grand Ave to your destination
Tickets may be purchased at the door for $10. Tickets are included for those attending CSU-P Flute Day. Please contact Andrea Artley with any questions regarding this performance at firstname.lastname@example.org
CSU Pueblo Department of Music
Flute Day with Brook Ferguson and Andrea Artley
Flute Day Information
Capps Capozzolo Academic Center for the Arts, 220 Bonforte Blvd, Pueblo, CO
June 8, 2018
9:00 a.m. - registration opens
9:30 a.m. -workshops and activities begin
9:30-11:30 Getting Started – class for brand new beginners
9:30-10:30 Yoga for musicians – warm up your body and mind
10:45 11:45 Warm ups for flute that fire up tone and technique
11:45-12:30 Lunch break – food available for purchase on campus
12:30-1:30 High School All State Music Clinic with Andrea Artley
12:30-1:30 Explore music and movement with Dalcroze and
1:45-4:15 Master class with guest artist, Brook Ferguson
4:30-5:30 Flute Choir reading session
Registration is open to all flutists. Fee for registration received before
May 25 is $25. May25-June 8, registration will be $30. Registration fee
includes access to all events including evening recital with Brook
Ferguson. Same day registration is open to all on June 8, 2018 for $30.
Additional tickets may be purchased for the evening recital with Brook
Ferguson for $10. For more information contact
Please make checks payable to CSU-P Dept. of Music.
Registration received before May 25 will be entered into a drawing for
gift certificates sponsored by Sherry Lee- Dealer of Fine Flutes.
This event is by invitation only.
Celebrate the risen Lord on Easter with the Monument Hill Brass Quintet, and the choirs, staff and congregation of the First United Methodist Church in Colorado Springs. Services at 0800 and 1100.
For everyone who would like another chance at celebrating Valentines Day, or just wants a fun evening of great music and great beer.
Not to mention, Ash Wednesday falls on February 14th this year. DON'T SKIP CHURCH!! Come celebrate Valentines Day with us on the 16th at Pikes Peak Brewery!!
Christmas Eve services at 5:00/7:00/1100 PM at First United Methodist Church in Colorado Springs. Come celebrate the real meaning of Christmas.
This service kicks off the Advent Season with wonderful scripture and music of the season.
Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Come join us at PDub Brewing Company for a late afternoon Brass and Brew- combining two of our favorite things; Fun music and great beer! No cover charge (just a free-will donation to cover costs). Music by the Monument Hill Brass Quintet. Beer for sale by PDub!
The CSU-Pueblo Music Department presents a concert to benefit The Pure Imagination Fund, a scholarship fund in memory of Ashli Abner, a flutist and music education student at CSU-P.
The Pure Imagination Benefit concert will feature jazz and classical chamber music performed by CSU-P music faculty. The program will include performances by:
Wayne Wilkinson, jazz guitar
The Brad Eastin jazz quartet
Dr. David Volk, piano and Norah Clydesdale, cello performing an original composition by Dr. David Volk
Dr. Timothy Hsu, violin
Greg Creager, jazz and ragtime piano
The CSU-P Marching Band Drumline
Ben Johnson and Andrea Artley, classical flute and guitar duo
There is no admission fee, donations will go entirely to the Pure Imagination Fund. The Pure Imagination Fund has been established through the University Foundation to create an endowed scholarship in memory of Music Education major, Ashli Abner. Ashli lost her fight with lupus in August 2016. It was her dream to teach music. She believed in the power of music to positively influence lives. She imagined how the world could be a better place when children have the chance to learn and experience music. Ashli lost her fight with lupus in August 2016 before she was able to realize her dream. We want to honor Ashli and her dream with an endowed scholarship for Music Education students studying at CSU-Pueblo. To keep Ashli’s dream present in future students we need to raise $25,000.
Go to http://c-fund.us/cxt to donate today!
Services at 0800/0930/1100 showcase the fabulous music and arts programs at First United Methodist Church in Colorado Springs. The Monument Hill Brass Quintet is always proud to perform with these magnificent choirs and to participate in the service prelude and offertory.
Chinese Folk Songs and Ancient Chinese Poetry at Bliss Studio and Gallery
Happy Hour program 530-630 PM, Friday, October 6, 2017
Bliss Studio and Gallery
243 Washington St, Monument, CO 80132
Saturday, September 9
Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts in Palmer Lake
Play Like a Girl is a book about the founding story of the Kibera Girls Soccer Academy (KGSA), a free high school for girls in the Kibera settlement/slum of Nairobi, Kenya. KGSA was started by a Muslim man who created a soccer program to get girls from the slums off of the streets and into something productive. Over the years, it has grown from a soccer team, to a one-room school with thirteen students, to a full-fledged high school serving 130 girls each year.
Suggested entrance: $10 for adults, $5 for children
Food trucks on site
A free concert of classical flute and guitar music with CSU-Pueblo faculty members Andrea Artley and Ben Johnson.
All donations will go to establish an endowed music education scholarship targeting minority musicians attending Colorado State University– Pueblo.
Saturday, May 13, 2017
Family in Christ Church
11355 Sheridan Blvd
Westminster, CO 80020
Monument Hill Brass Quintet- This is a free concert, but donations will be accepted. All donations will go to support Lutheran Family Services and their Refugee and Asylee Program.
This event is being held in the Ivywild School gym- tables will be set up and you will be able to bring in food and beverage from the on-site vendors to the concert. For more info on Ivywild go to http://ivywildschool.com
Relax, chat, eat, drink, and listen to great music- all while helping to welcome and support our newest friends and neighbors into our community.
"The Chemistry of giving tends to be reciprocal- you give it, you get it back." Eugene M. Lang