Moorhead and Sforzini played 15 years side by side in the Florida Orchestra when Sforzini was Principal Bassoonist from 1992 – 2007. The recital is this Saturday night, February 10 at 7:30pm at the Barness Recital Hall at the USF campus in Tampa.
‘GPS’ address : 3775 USF Holly Drive , Tampa, FL 33620
Admission is free!
The program will be a historical journey in musical composition for the two instruments that will culminate with a performance of Sforzini’s Double Concerto with David Stech rendering the orchestra accompaniment on the piano.
The full program includes musical movements from
Mendelssohn Concertpiece Trio
Glinka Trio Pathetique
Richard Strauss Duet Concertino w/ piano
Walter Piston Trio for Clarinet, Bassoon and Flute
(David Tagliarini, flute)
Five – Kenyon Wilson
America the Beautiful , arr. Carmen Dragon
“ Premium Blend” Double Concerto for Clarinet and Bassoon
(World Premiere) – Sforzini
Brian Moorhead, Clarinet
Mark Sforzini, Bassoon
David Stech, Guest Conductor
Symphony No. 2 “Little Russian” – Tchaikovsky
There are three performance dates and tickets (only $20) can be purchased online through the Tampa Bay Symphony website.
BUY TICKETS NOW for this special World Premiere event
Tuesday, February 20, 8pm – Palladium Theater, St. Petersburg
Sunday, February 25, 2:30pm – St. Pete Arts Auditorium – Clearwater Campus
Sunday, March 11, 2:30pm – Ferguson Hall, Straz Center – Tampa