UO Trombone Choir Performs for Oregon Symphony Prelude Series

On January 13, 2019 the UO trombone choir performed as part of the Oregon Symphony’s Prelude Series. The performance took place in the lobby of the Arlene Schnitzer concert hall, home of the Oregon Symphony. The choir performed beautifully to a large audience standing in front of them but also below and above them! After the prelude concert the choir stayed to hear the  Oregon Symphony’s, Rossini and Rimsky-Korsakov concert. Special shout out to Robert Taylor (2nd trombone of the Oregon Symphony) on a superbly performed solo in Russian Easter Overture. Pieces performed by the UO trombone choir were: Fanfare for 8 Trombones by Michael Terry, Lake Effects by Andrew Skaggs, O Magnum Mysterium by Morten Lauridsen, and The River Bells by Steven Verhelst.