Behind the Scenes: Apophis Reeds


Aus Holbergs Zeit | Edvard Grieg (1843-1907), arr. Raaf Hekkema

  • Praeludium
  • Air
  • Rigaudon

Rites for the Afterlife | Stacy Garrop (b. 1969)

  • Inscriptions from the Book of the Dead

Chaconne from Partita II for Violin, BWV 1004 | J.S. Bach (1685-1750)/F. Busoni (1866-1924), arr. Jelte Althuis

Gabriel Grant, oboe | Brendan Fairleigh, clarinet | Connor O’Toole, saxophone | Ryan Stockhausen, bass clarinet | Jonathan Churchett, bassoon

Behind the Scenes are FREE performances and dialogue with artists from the Austin Chamber Music Festival and Workshop. Taking place Monday through Friday 3:15-4:00 PM in Bates Recital Hall, July 8-18.

Monday, July 8 | Faculty Artists: Rehearsal Techniques
Tuesday, July 9 | Invoke
Wednesday, July 10 | Festival String Quartet with Michelle Schumann, piano
Thursday, July 11 | Graham Reynolds
Friday, July 12 | Takács Quartet with Michelle Schumann, piano
Monday, July 15 | Horszowski Trio
Tuesday, July 16 | Apophis Reeds
Wednesday, July 17 | Faculty Artists
Thursday, July 18 | Faculty Artists: Dos & Don’ts of Performance

Apophis Reeds

Apophis Reeds is a vibrant reed quintet who are dedicated to showcasing distinctive compositions for reed quintet across the city of Austin. Apophis is named after the Egyptian god of chaos and disorder. The members of Apophis enjoy active teaching and performing careers, which includes performing as members of Austin Symphony, Dallas Winds, and Abilene Philharmonic Orchestra.

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