Guest Artist Series

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2017-2018 Season

9 Horses

Wednesday, November 1

Ivan Trevino, percussion

Friday, November 3 

Paradise Winds

Thursday, December 7 


Eric Edberg, cello and John Kamfonas, piano

Friday, February 2 | 7:30pm
Love Recital Hall

Eric Edberg is a classical and improvising cellist, organizer, teacher, coach, and consultant dedicated to using music and the creative process to bring people together in celebration of life and the power of the arts. Eric has played concertos, recitals, and chamber music concerts throughout the country, in Europe, and China. He has been the principal cellist of the Annapolis and Terre Haute symphony orchestras, and performs regularly with the DePauw Chamber Players. He attended the North Carolina School of the Arts, Juilliard, Peabody, SUNY Stony Brook, and Florida State. His teachers included Laura Sias, Nelson Cooke, Gary Hoffman, Marion Davies, Denis Brott, Channing Robbins, Leonard Rose, Bernard Greenhouse, and Roger Drinkall. He had extensive coaching from violinist Berl Senofsky, and spent the fall semester of 2010 observing Janos Starker. He is a graduate of the Music for People Music and Leadership Program (improvisation techniques and facilitation) and has been trained in drum circle facilitation by Arthur Hull.

Dave Camwell, saxophone

with Jazz Ensemble and Vocal Chords / Final Concert for CMU Jazz Festival

Monday, April 30 | 7:30pm
Robinson Theatre

Saxophonist Dr. Dave Camwell is a distinguished, versatile and dynamic performer, and serves as the Director of Jazz Studies and Associate Professor of Music at Troy University in Alabama. He can be heard on the Innova, Enharmonic, Teal Creek, and Mark Custom recording labels. Camwell has been a Yamaha Performing Artist since 2004, a D'Addario Performing Artist since 2009, and occupies the Tenor Saxophone chair in the Oasis Quartet. In addition to hosting the 2011 North American Saxophone Alliance Region 3 conference, Camwell regularly attends regional and national NASA conferences. He also performed at the World Saxophone Congresses of Slovenia (2006), Thailand (2009), and Scotland (2012).