Friday, February 24, 2012
Faculty trio Veritate Winds to perform at Stetson March 16
Veritate Winds, the Stetson University faculty trio, will perform in a Chamber Recital, Friday, March 16, at 7:30 p.m. in Lee Chapel inside Elizabeth Hall, located at 421 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand. Veritate Winds have received critical acclaim here and abroad. The trio is composed of Stetson School of Music faculty members: Dr. Ann Adams, oboe; Dr. Lynn Musco, clarinet; and Dr. Ashley Heintzen, bassoon.
Dr. Ann Adams, professor of Oboe and Music Education at Stetson University since 1989, is a founding member of the faculty woodwind trio, Tres Vientos, and Veritate Winds, when it was the faculty woodwind quintet. Tres Vientos released their first CD in January 2000, and Veritate Winds performed at the International Double Reed Society (IDRS) Conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is an active recitalist and clinician and frequent performer with various orchestras and chamber ensembles throughout central Florida, including the Bach Festival Orchestra of Winter Park and Bach Festival Society of Kalamazoo. She is an active member of the International Double Reed Society, the College Music Society, the Music Educator’s National Conference, the Florida Music Educator’s Association and the Florida Bandmaster’s Association.
Dr. Lynn Musco has been professor of Clarinet and Coordinator of Woodwind Studies at Stetson University since 1988. She is a founding member of Tres Vientos, Veritate Winds and, most recently, Trio Della Canno, resident faculty woodwind trios and woodwind quintet at Stetson University. She is an active performer both on and off the Stetson campus, performing in both solo and chamber music recitals, including the Bach Festival Orchestra of Winter Park, the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, and she often performs as an Educational Materials Recording Artist.
Dr. Ashley Heintzen has been a bassoon instructor at Stetson University since 1994, and is a founding member of the faculty ensembles Veritate Winds and Trio Della Canno. She teaches applied and studio bassoon, reed making, and coaches chamber music. She is a member of the Bach Festival of Winter Park and the Brevard Symphony, and plays with the Orlando Philharmonic, Jacksonville Symphony and Florida West Coast Symphony.
Prices for admission are $10 general public; $8 senior citizens; $5 area students. More information: Stetson University’s Concert Line (386) 822-8947; School of Music (386) 822-8950; www.stetson.edu/music.