The concert featuring flutist Ivana Ugrčić of Serbia, and pianist Satoko Hayami of Japan, at Old Main in Galesville, has been rescheduled to Saturday, April 28, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. The concert will feature works by Jolivet, Vine, Kapustin, Miki, McDowall, Rotauru, and Gaubert. A free-will donation will be received to help support the three-day LunART festival to be held in Madison from June 28-30. The festival will celebrate women and their creativity in the arts. Ugrčić also serves as the artistic director for the Rural Musicians Forum in Spring Green, Wis. After studies in Europe she was awarded the Paul Collins Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Music, where she completed her doctorate of musical arts degree in 2017. Hayami is currently a doctor of musical arts candidate at University of Wisconsin-Madison under the mentorship of Martha Fischer, and a recipient of Paul Collins Wisconsin Distinguished Fellowship. She earned a Master of Music degree in piano chamber music and accompanying at Rice University in 2014, having already received a master’s degree in collaborative piano from the Cleveland Institute of Music. Both of these fine musicians have traveled the world performing before meeting in Madison. They are currently on a tour to raise money for the LunART Festival. Old Main is honored to host them in this endeavor.
The Old Main Gale Star program seeks to present the finest classical, folk, and popular music in the historic, acoustically live auditorium of its stone building where many artists love to perform.
To find Old Main, turn south from Ridge Avenue at 12th Street, then right on College Avenue. The stone building is lighted; signs will be posted.