2012.01.27 > For Immediate Release
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Masters and Music Returns with 'Copper and Brass'
Omaha - The popular Masters and Music series returns to the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) on Sunday, Feb. 5.
The event, called “Copper and Brass,” starts at 5 p.m. in the UNO Art Gallery, located in the Weber Fine Arts Building, and will feature the art of Francisco Souto and the music of the UNO Faculty Brass Quintet.
Souto is a Venezuelan native with an MFA from Ohio State University who specializes in multi-layered prints that mix traditional and digital media.
Professor Pete Madsen and Instructor Jason Johnson lead the UNO Faculty Brass Quintet. The group will be performing exerpts from their performance series “Dance Music Through the Ages: From Galliard to Gaga.”
The Masters and Music series, which blends artistic imagery and musical composition, is sponsored by Friends of Art, a non-profit supporter of the UNO Department of Art and Art History. The group regularly sponsors scholarships for UNO students with the funds raised through Masters and Music events.
Tickets are $20 for the general public and can be purchased at the event. UNO students can get into the event for free with their MavCard.
Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served after the event. For more information, please contact Shari Hofschire at (402) 554.2402.
Courtesy of http://www.franciscosouto.com
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