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    Recital by Demondrae Thurman

    Dr. Demondrae Thurman is giving a euphonium recital at Indiana University, Bloomington, on Friday, January 17, 2020 at 5pm EST. His listed repertoire is: Victorino d’Almeida: Insinuações (2018), Barfield: Meditations of Sound and Light (2007), Schulz: RoonSonata (2003), and Stephenson: Fantasie (2005).
    As many of you know from hearing him play at ITEA conferences and from his recordings, Dr. Thurman is a virtuosic musician.
    Great news for anyone who can’t make the trip to Indiana: His recital will be live streamed by the Jacobs School of Music. Here is a link to the IU live streaming website: https://iumusiclive.music.indiana.edu/
    Last edited by enhite; 01-17-2020 at 09:22 AM.

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    Enhite, I’m assuming you mean January 17, as in today ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nbnarcisi View Post
    Enhite, I’m assuming you mean January 17, as in today ??
    According to the Indiana website, it's today.
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    Oops. I've since corrected my post the right date. Sorry for any confusion.

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    Excellent! My wife and I just finished watching and listening. Sure is nice to be able to "attend" a recital by Demondrae from the comfort of your own home!! I bought my Miraphone M5050 partly because of him, and after my Adams, it was the finest euphonium I have ever played. I still use the Demondrae signature mouthpiece, and I love it. I have a gold plated one for my Adams, and get this, I use the one that came with the Miraphone on my Adams trombone!! No kidding. It really works great for me, and the trombone doesn't sound like a euphonium at all. I tried all my trombone mouthpieces when I got it, but still like the Demondrae on it best. That was the mouthpiece I had taken to ITEC 2019 and the one I used to try out the Adams Trombone.

    Thanks, Ernie, for letting us know about the recital.
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    Any chance this was recorded and made available somewhere? So that those of us that missed it can still see the "canned" version?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sara Hood View Post
    Any chance this was recorded and made available somewhere? - Sara

    Sorry that you missed a very nice recital with all 21st century music. I apologize for not being able give an earlier heads up, as I had just received an emailed notice that morning. IU Music Live https://iumusiclive.music.indiana.edu/ looks to have a links to previously recorded content, but I didn't see anything about Dr. Thurman's recital. I'd advise you to revisit the link occasionally to see if it's posted at a later date.

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    I REALLY wanted to hear the Barfield. Thanks for the link.

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