"Second Summer Saturdays" Guest Carillon Recital

"Second Summer Saturdays" Guest Carillon Recital

Sat, May 11, 2019
4:00pm to 5:00pm CT

Description

Carillonneur Patrick Knox of Springfield, Illinois will be opening our new annual "Second Summer Saturdays" recital series.

 

Familiar Tunes

America - arr. Austin Ferguson

Folk Songs from the British Isles - Sally Slade Warner

  1. The Bells of Aberdovey
  2. Londonderry Air
  3. Ye Banks and Braes O’ Bonnie Doon

From 14 Carillon Preludes on Appalachian White Spirituals - Ronald Barnes

  1. Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
  2. Tranquility

On the San Antonio River - Robert Byrnes

For Guitar

Six Short Pieces - Fernando Sor, arr. Beverly Buchanan

  1. Allemande
  2. Musette
  3. Pastorale
  4. Andante
  5. French Song
  6. Soliloquy

Adios Noninos - Astor Piazzolla, arr. Unknown

The Rest is Noise...

Three Pieces - Gary White

  1. Etude
  2. Reflections
  3. Asteroids

The Rainbow Connection - Williams and Ascher, arr. Sally Slade Warner

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Patrick Knox started keyboard studies at an early age in his hometown of Springfield, Illinois. He continued piano studies in the studio of Dr. Anthony Olsen (Northwest Missouri State University) and later vocal studies in the studio of Dr. Ollie Watts-Davis (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign). In 2009, he performed a piece for artist C. Jaquline Wood’s video installation Everything is Connected (SAIC Sullivan Galleriey).

His carillon studies began in 2012 with Robin Austin in Springfield, IL.  Mr. Knox has participated in several master classes hosted by many notable carillonneurs. In 2015/16, he became the interim Carillonneur of Thomas Rees Memorial Carillon. He has enjoyed playing bells in Bloomington, IN; Clemson, SC; and Urbana, IL; among others.  He is currently an Assistant Carillonneur at the Rees Carillon, playing regularly throughout the summer season, and is also an associate member of the GCNA.

Patrick Knox Bio Pic 2019

Location

In Person

Mayo Clinic Annenberg Plaza

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