Faculty Recital: Nancy Marfisi, flute, and Eric Kinsley, harpsichord and piano
Sun, Feb 24, 2013 at 2:00 pm
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Nancy Marfisi, flute, and Eric Kinsley, harpsichord and piano, have programmed a recital reflecting their “favorites.” The program will feature a Bach sonata, a piece by Gaetano Donizetti, and a Haydn trio and will conclude with Andalouse by Emil Pessard, the recording that inspired Marfisi to play the flute. Also on the program will be a piccolo feature, showing off Marfisi's “favorite” instrument, her Keefe Piccolo.
Kinsley is a senior lecturer in music and teaches piano at CLU. He is also a performing artist and writer who earned his doctorate at the Manhattan School of Music under the mentorship of Kenneth Cooper. He has been a member of the New York Contemporary Music Band, Pacific Classical Winds and the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra and has received grants in early and contemporary music from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York Harpsichord Society and the Sylvia Marlow Foundation. His book on the innovative chamber music of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was released in January.
Marfisi, who teaches at CLU, attended the University of Nevada-Reno and earned her Master of Music in flute performance from the University of Southern California. Her principal flute teachers were Catherine Smith, Roger Stevens, Anne Zentner and Sarah Jackson. She performs regularly with the St. Matthew's Chamber Orchestra, Santa Cecilia Orchestra, Areté Chamber Ensemble and the Long Beach Municipal Band.
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