WSCXVI MASAHITO SUGIHARA & ARUNDA TRIO Le tombeau de Couperin by Maurice Ravel

Masahito Sugihara with the Arunda Trio
(15:30, Friday 13 July, Buchanan Theatre)
Masahito Sugihara — Alto Saxophone
Sarah Cruickshank — Oboe; Jenny Stephenson — Clarinet; Anna Mary Lynch — Bassoon
Masahito Sugihara is the assistant professor of saxophone at Morehead State University. He earned the Doctor of Music and Master of Music degrees from Northwestern University as a student of Dr Frederick L Hemke. Sugihara has appeared as recitalist and clinician in Japan, Canada, Norway, and United States. He has performed in the Chamber Orchestras of Philadelphia, Chicago Chamber Musicians, Chicago Lyric Opera, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Dal Niente, Grant Park Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and New York City Ballet. Previously, he taught saxophone and chamber music in the Chicago area at Northwestern University, Roosevelt University. Sugihara is a Rico Artist and performs on Rico Reserve Classic Alto Reeds.
Arunda (Sarah Cruickshank, Jenny Stephenson, Anna Mary Lynch) is a young and dynamic wind trio of graduates from The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, The Royal College of Music London and The Conservatoire à Rayonnement Région de Marseille. This versatile and enthusiastic trio enjoys bringing music to a wide variety of audiences, events and venues. The trio has been accepted by the prestigious Live Music Now scheme, as founded by Yehudi Menuhin, and has also been invited to work with the Music in Hospitals charity.

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