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Dr. Tamara Raatz, Solo Clarinetist
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Dr, Raatz joined the Schreiner University music faculty in  the fall of 2011, where she directs the University Concert Band and teaches Music History.  Dr. Raatz has a Doctorate from Eastman School of Music, Masters of Music in Clarinet Performance from the University of Michigan and Bachelor of Music Education from Baylor University.

 Dr. Raatz joins the Kerrville music community with 18 years of strong and diversified instrumental music teaching experience and is an active international performing artist.  She has appeared as soloist in Vienna, Istanbul, Salzburg, the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic.  and has recorded new works for clarinet and orchestra with the Moravian Philharmonic on the Vienna Modern Masters label. 

CONCERT III
March 8, 2012


 . . . . FOR THE YOUNG & YOUNG AT HEART
see program notes

Symphony No. 9 ("New World") in E Minor, Op 95.............Antonin Dvorak

               Adagio; Allegro Molto

               Largo

Molto Vivace

               Allegro con fuoco

                     

Intermission

Live Auction of Painted Violins

 

Adagio from Concerto for Clarinet in A Major.......Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

 

              Dr. Tamara Raatz, clarinet

 

Promenade (Walking the Dog) from Shall We Dance..........George Gershwin

 

Golliwog's Cakewalk from Children's Corner........................Claude Debussy

 

Emperor Waltz, op. 437................................................Johann Strauss,Jr.

 

 

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