Horizons Concert Series 2014-2015

Tickets are available at the NAU Central Ticket Office (nau.edu/cto) or call 928.523.5661 (toll free: 888.520.7214).  Individual tickets for the Horizons Concert Series are $20 for adults, $12.50 for seniors and NAU faculty and staff. Admission is free for children (17 yrs. & under) and NAU students with an ID. For more information, visit nau.edu/music/horizons or look for Horizons on Facebook and Twitter. Free parking in Parking Lot P3 has been provided by the College of Arts and Letters for these events. Visit nau.edu/maps for directions. 

Jeremy Huw Williams, baritone and Paula Fan, piano

Monday, November 3, 2014
7:30 p.m.
Ashurst Hall

Performing songs by Britten, Strauss, and Ivor Gurney’s haunting commemorations of World War I

The Welsh baritone Jeremy Huw Williams studied at St. John’s College, Cambridge, at the National Opera Studio and with April Cantelo. He made his debut with Welsh National Opera as Guglielmo (Così fan tutte) and has since appeared in sixty operatic roles. He has given performances at major venues in North and South America, Australia, Hong Kong, and most European countries. www.jeremyhuwwilliams.com

Dr. Paula Fan has performed as soloist and chamber musician on five continents. She made her London debut in 1977 and her New York debut in 1978. In 1980 she joined members of Beijing’s Central Philharmonic Orchestra for the first concert of Western chamber music since the Cultural Revolution. In 1981, as the first ever accompanist-coach invited by the Chinese Ministry of Culture, she organized and accompanied the first Liederabend to be presented in many years. Dr. Fan has recorded 15 albums and has broadcast for the BBC, National Public Radio, Radio Television China and other international stations.

Echoing Air

Monday, November 17, 2014
7:30 p.m.
Ashurst Hall

Early-music ensemble featuring countertenor voices and Baroque instruments

"Echoing Air" is a dynamic ensemble specializing in the repertoire of the English Baroque, with an emphasis on chamber works featuring countertenor voices with baroque ensemble. The ensemble is comprised of talented performers who have worked with leading proponents of early music including the Bach Ensemble, Ensemble Galilei, Musica Antiqua Köln, Ensemble Voltaire, and Chanticleer, and have performed in venues such as the Boston Early Music Festival and the Proms in London. www.echoingair.org