Dedication of "Fred Begun Percussion Suite"
The "Fred Begun Percussion Suite"
Through the generous support of Begun’s friends and colleagues, Mason has established the Fred Begun Percussion Scholarships and designated the percussion studio in the School of Music in his name. Begun has also donated his library – featuring timpani parts and scores, many autographed by renowned conductors and composers, all with his original markings – to Mason’s Fenwick Library.
For more information about the annual Percussion Ensemble concert or other School of Music performances and activities, please visit music.gmu.edu or call 703-993-1380.
For all donation inquiries, please contact Prof. John Kilkenny at: email@example.com
About Percussion Studies:
The Percussion Studies program at George Mason University is committed to developing superb musicianship through performance and a deep, fundamental understanding of music. Students in the BM, BME, MM, MME, DMA programs in percussion study with faculty members who possess impressive performance and educational credentials. Percussionists are trained in virtually every aspect of percussion performance including: orchestral percussion, timpani, solo marimba, chamber percussion, and drum set and world percussion.
Students will have the opportunity to study with all of the professors in the percussion area, thus providing them with a well rounded education and thorough preparation for today’s competitive musical world.
Spring 2013 performance date is to be determined.
Spring 2012 performance:
- Percussion Ensemble Concert, Thursday, April 12, 2012
Prof. John Kilkenny
The Kennedy Center
APRIL 7, 2011
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Washington Premier of
the Philip Glass Concerto
Fantasy for Two Timpanists
and Wind Symphony
with the GMU Wind Symphony
and guest timpanists