Recitals

RECENT RECITALS with Saxton/Gagnon  Duo (Allison Gagnon, pianist),  the Saxton/Olsen Duo with my duo Organ partner Timothy Olsen and various university collaborative pianists.

Feb. 27, 2020 University of Missouri, Kansas City:  3-day guest residency

Nov. 18, 2019 Rocky River Chamber Music Series (Cleveland, OH) Saxton/Olsen

Mar. 16, 2018 Missouri Southern State University Brass Day 3 day residency

Feb. 17, 2018  Indiana University of Pennsylvania Trumpet Festival 2 day residency

 

Jan. 21, 2018  Lincoln, Nebraska Lincoln Organ Showcase Saxton/Olsen

Oct. 1, 2017    Luther College (IA) 2 day Guest Artist Residency

Sept. 28, 2017  University of Northern Iowa, 2 day Guest Artist Residency

Sept. 10, 2017  University of Baltimore Spotlight UB Series 3 day Residency                      Saxton/Gagnon

Feb. 19,  2017 University of Texas A&M – Kingsville Trumpet Festival 3 day                   residency with former WSU Trumpet student (and now Professor of Trumpet at TAMUK,         Kyle Millsap) 

Nov. 20, 2016 St. Peter’s Episcopal  Center City  Concert Series. Saxton/Olsen       

7 OCTOBER, 2016 REGENT’S HALL, LONDON, UK  2:30 PM. Solo Recital was the kick-off event for the British Brass Band National Championships held at Royal Albert Hall.

       ‘An American Odyssey”: Works by Tull, Cooman, Whitney, Bernstein, Clarke, Hoover,              Giannini, Plog and  Collins

 Oct. 20, 2015 Watson Chamber Music Hall UNC School of the Arts in Trumpet and Piano Provocative Premieres: powerful and poignant*

Judith Saxton and Allison Gagnon  celebrate  their  ten  years  of  collaboration with  some new  works  by trumpeter/composers: Stanley Friedman’s Sonata #2 in F minor (world premiere); Brazilian-American Luis Engelke’s Sonata (SE premiere),  Kevin  McKee’s Song for my Friend (for John Wacker, commissioning consortium premiere) and Jim Stephenson’s Silent Echoes.

*2015 was the 16th consecutive year I presented a fall recital in the month of October. From 2000 – 2005 they took place in Wiedemann Hall on campus of Wichita State University where I was tenured Associate Professor from 1999- 2006 in conjunction with my role as principal trumpet of the Wichita Symphony and Brass Quintet.

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