UWF Department of Music presents Christopher Creviston, saxophone and Hannah Creviston, piano

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The University of West Florida Music Department will present saxophonist Christopher Creviston and pianist Hannah Creviston as part of the Music Hall Artist Series. The event will be at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 30 in the Music Hall at the Center for Fine and Performing Arts, Building 82.

The program will feature works by Alexandre Glazunov, John Williams and more, in addition to two brand new works, “Two Reflections on the Crab Nebulae” by Eric Mandat and “Phoenix Rising” by Stacy Garrop.

Since their first performance in Carnegie Hall in 2007, Christopher and Hannah Creviston have been guests on series and at festivals in the U.S. and abroad. Described as “impressive, expressive and engrossing” by Fanfare Magazine and “first-rate” by American Record Guide, the Creviston Duo has several commissions and premieres to their credit, including works by Katherine Hoover, Stacy Garrop, David Heinick, Gregory Wanamaker, Eric Schwartz, Whitney Ashe, John Fitz Rogers, Mark Lanz Weiser and Mischa Zupko. The duo has released four CDs together, “Snell Sessions” and “Columbia Sessions,” both on the Albany Label, as well as “Sunday Afternoon” and “Breaking” on CD Baby.

Ticket prices are $16 for adults, $12 for seniors and military, $10 for UWF faculty and staff and non-UWF students and $5 for high school students. UWF students are admitted free with a valid Nautilus card. For more information or to reserve tickets, please contact the CFPA Box Office at 850.8576285.

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