- Performance Calendar
Wind Ensemble Concert
What’s cool about this evening:
- It’s led by Bradley Hogarth ’12 and features woodwind and brass students alongside students from other departments as well as guest artists and soloists.
- Two pieces by acclaimed jazz artist Omar Thomas, including Come Sunday, a two-movement tribute to the Hammond organ’s central role in black worship services
Gustav Holst (1874-1934)
First Suite in E-flat for Military Band
I. Chaconne. Allegro moderato
II. Intermezzo. Vivace
III. March. Tempo di marcia
Morton Gould (1913-1996)
conducted by Jaco Wong (’22)
Robert Lowden (1920-1998)
Armed Forces Salute
Omar Thomas (b. 1984)
Of Our New Day Begun
About Brad Hogarth
In addition to his work at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Brad is an Assistant Professor of Conducting at San Francisco State University, the music director and conductor of both the Art Haus Collective and the Contra Costa Wind Symphony, and maintains a busy schedule as a guest conductor, trumpeter, and educator.
Art Haus Collective brings spectacular performances of classical and contemporary works into unique spaces. They began with a ballet production of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring at the Burning Man where an estimated 10,000 people were in attendance and photos from the event were featured in the Smithsonian’s exhibit No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man. www.arthausonplaya.com
As a guest conductor, Brad works with SFCM composer Mason Bates' Mercury Soul projects, the San Francisco Civic Symphony, and a range of professional, community, and educational ensembles all over the San Francisco Bay Area.
Brad regularly performs on trumpet with the San Francisco Symphony, Opera, and Ballet Orchestras. In 2018, he toured with the Indianapolis Symphony to the Kennedy Center as a part of the SHIFT Festival and most recently performed as guest principal trumpet in the Louisville Orchestra.
As an educator, Brad was formerly the chair of instrumental music at the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts high school in San Francisco, and taught abroad at the Gunma Kokusai Academy in Japan. More info and updates available at www.bradhogarth.com
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