Music at Noon Series: Douglas Umana, horn; Akiko Tominaga, piano

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Music at Noon Series
Douglas Umana, horn; Akiko Tominaga, piano
12:15 pm, March 20, 2018
University Recital Hall 
Free admission, everyone welcome!
Presented by the Department of Music

Come and enjoy a horn recital featuring the works of Beethoven, Hindemith and Mendez. A mix of standards with sonatas from the classical and modern periods as well as the lively Valse Suriano by Rafael Mendez.

Douglas Umana is currently an active freelance musician and clinician in Calgary, where he performs regularly as a substitute/extra horn with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra and as 2nd Horn of the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra. Douglas is also the Instructor of Horn at the University of Lethbridge.

Originally from Miami, Florida, Douglas received his Bachelor of Music degree from Southern Methodist University and Master of Music degree from the Yale School of Music. His principal teachers include Gregory Hustis, former Principal horn of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and William Purvis, soloist and chamber musician.


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