Julie Rosenfeld

MU School of Music

Note: This recital has been rescheduled for February 20 at 8:30 p.m.

In advance of her faculty recital today in the MU School of Music's Whitmore Recital Hall, Dr. Eli (ELL-ee) Lara was a guest on Mizzou Music. The cello faculty sat down and talked with Trevor Harris about her favored repertoire for solo cello and the tragic backstory of Erwin Schulhoff, whose Duo for violin and cello, she will perform this Sunday afternoon with the School of Music's assistant professor of violin, Julie Rosenfeld.

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This Tuesday, the University Band and Symphonic Band perform at the Missouri Theater. The Associate Director of Bands at MU is Amy Knopps. On a recent episode of Mizzou Music, Knopps - a Lee's Summit native - previewed tomorrow's 'Nostalgia' program that features five standards from the wind band repertoire.

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Last week's episode of Mizzou Music featured a quartet of faculty who are preparing for recitals and the centennial of the MU School of Music.

Dale Lloyd

A pair of faculty from the MU School of Music prepare to lead large-scale and chamber recitals by students. On a recent episode of Mizzou Music, violinist Julie Rosenfeld described her new series, Music at the Museum and  vocal faculty Christine Seitz looked ahead to a Show-Me Opera setting of significant opera scenes.

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Julie Rosenfeld is one-fourth of the Esterhazy Quartet, the string ensemble in residence at the University of Missouri School of Music. She talked about the ensemble on a recent episode of Mizzou Music.