Tubist, Dancer, and Pianist Tour the USA

The group, Duo 2Arts! (Dancer/Actress Sherezade Soriano and Tubist Jose Martinez) with pianist David Jiménez embark on a performance tour throughout the USA.

“Historias de Juventud” (“Adulthood Stories”) is a music, dance and theater show suitable for all audiences. See their tour dates below:

November 24th – 2 pm
Seattle, WA
University of Washington School of Music
Brechemin Auditorium

November 27th – 5 pm
Chicago, IL
Symphony Center
Buntrock Hall

December 2nd – 1 pm
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Concert Hall

December 5th – 4 pm
Boston, MA
Boston University College of Fine Arts – School of Music
Concert Hall

Their program will include the following works:

**- works to be world premiered at Boston University on December 5th, 2019

Andrés Valero (1973)
**”Cruz de San Andrés” (Saint Andrew’s cross), for unaccompanied tuba (2019)

Emilio Calandín (1958)
**”Latidos de Roma” (Beats of Rome), for tuba and piano (2019)


Timothy Higgins (1982)
“Poiesis” (Creation), for unaccompanied tuba (2013)
1. … for Arban
2. … for Igor [Stravinsky]
3. … for Ligeti
4. … for Dmitri [Shostakovich]

Robert W. Smith (1958)
“Teutonic Tales”, for tuba and piano (2010)
1. Demon dance
2. Freya
3. Thor’s Hammer

Erik Satie (1866-1925)
Gnossienne n. 4, for piano (1891)

Andrew Batterham (1968)
Concertino for tuba and piano (2014)

Alexander Glazunov (1865-1936)
Elegy, Op. 17, for tuba and piano (Arranged by Ralph Sauer, 1944, in 2015)

Please visit their Facebook page for more information on their travels.

Jeremy Smith

Jeremy E. Smith is the Founder and Editor of Last Row Music. He received music degrees from Grace College, Carnegie Mellon University, and The Ohio State University. Currently, Jeremy is the bass trombonist of the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra, the Huntington Symphony Orchestra, and performs throughout Ohio, where he lives with his wife and two sons. Smith is a member of the International Trombone Association and the Jazz Journalists Association.

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