students at marimba and other percussion instrumentsPercussion students will perform a piece co-written and arranged by professor Nicholas Papador during the music faculty Collage Concert, Oct. 26 in the SoCA Armouries.

Concert promises faculty making sweet music together

An original composition co-written by percussion instructor Nicholas Papador is on the program for a concert by music faculty in the School of Creative Arts on Saturday, Oct. 26.

Dr. Papador on marimba will lead students in a performance of his 2008 work, Voduophidian. The students will play congas and bongos, vibraphone, glockenspiel, cajon, tom-toms, African bell, shakers, gongs, and more.

The Collage Concert will also feature vocalists Bruce Kotowich, bass and Jennifer Swanson, soprano, saxophonist Jeffrey Price, clarinetist Trevor Pittman, and pianist Ina Yoon. The concert is an opportunity for them to collaborate with colleagues playing favourite works, from George Handel and Franz Schubert to living composers.

Find a complete program on the event webpage.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Performance Hall, SoCA Armouries, at 37 University Ave. E. Tickets are $20; $10 for students with ID. Purchase in advance online or at the door.

—Susan McKee