Jackie Lamar


Jackie Lamar a choisi d'interpréter:
Jackie Lamar has chosen to perform:

Paul Hindemith

Trio, opus 47 (1929)

    Erster Teil: Solo, Arioso, Duett

[saxophone ténor, alto et piano / tenor saxophone, viola and piano]

Karen Griebling

Petroplyph Dances, Series 2 *

  • Interlude: Bulereas
  • Fugue: Antelope Hunters
  • Waltz: Gossamer-Winged Butterfly
  • Scherzo: Beetle and Gecko
  • Rain in the Mountains (after Gustave Baumann)

[saxophone ténor, alto et piano / tenor saxophone, viola and piano]

avec la participation de:
with the participation of:

Karen Griebling, alto / viola

John Krebs, piano

* Création / World premiere

Jackie Lamar is in her thirteenth year as Professor of Saxophone at the University of Central Arkansas. A native Arkansan, she holds the D.M.A. and M.M.E. degrees from the University of North Texas and the B.M.E. degree from U.C.A. Her principal teachers have included Debra Richtmeyer, Jim Riggs, and Homer Brown.

As a performer, Dr. Lamar specializes in alto and soprano saxophones. A state and dicision winner of the MTNA Collegiate Artist Competition, she performs regularly as a solist, in chamber music performance, and at conferecens of the North American Saxophone Alliance. In 1997, she performed Karen Griebling's Postcards from London, at the World Saxophone Congress in Valencia, Spain. Dr. Lamar premiered Harmonic Tremors by Paul Dickinson at the 1998 Biennal NASA Conference.

Currently, Dr. Lamar is serving as Region 4 Director of NASA and is also active in IAJE, MTNA, IDRS and many local professional music organizations. Known also for ger pedagogical skills, Dr. Lamar recorded and published a CD masterclass for The Saxophone Journal magazine titled: "A Trouble-shooter's Guide to Improving Saxophone Tone," March/April 1995.

Karen Griebling, Associate Professor of Music, has taught as Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas since the fall of 1987. She holds a D.M.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, a M.M. from the University of Houston, and a B.M. from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. As a violist, she is currently a member of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Her composition teachers have included Joseph Schwantner, Samuel Adler, Warren Benson, Michael Horvit, and Donald Grantham. Dr. Griebling was selected Ohio Music Teachers' Association Composer of the Year in 1987 and received an Artist's Fellowship Grant from the Arkansas Arts Council in 1993. Dr Griebling is a BMI composer.

John Krebs is currently Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of Music at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas. His D.M.A. in Piano Performance is from the University of Maryland where he spacialized in the piano music of Alfredo Cadellas. He also holds the M.M. degree from the University of Illinois and the B.M. degree from Northwestern University. A versatile solo and chamber pianist, Dr. Krebs has performed frequently in the southeast region. He is active in the College Music Society and MTNA. His awards include a Fulbright Grant for study in Freiburg, Germany at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik.

Petroglyph Dances, Series 2, is the third work Karen Griebling has composed for Jackie Lamar. Her Postcards from London for Solo Alto Saxophone was premiered at the 1994 Biennial NASA Conference in West Virginia and her Sonata for Solo Tenor Saxophone was premiered at the South-Central Region College Music Society Conference in 1998.

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