Faculty artists Robert Young, saxophone, and Dmitri Vorobiev, piano, perform a concert featuring the music of Black composers such as Corey Dundee and Kevin Day, as well as UNCSA alumni Tyree Nesbitt (B.M. ’23) and Tyson Davis (H.S. Diploma ’19). Join us for an eclectic concert featuring the work of these and other notable composers of today.
Saxophone faculty member Robert Young joined the School of Music faculty in 2016. He has performed with ensembles such as the PRISM Quartet, Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings, Wichita Symphony Orchestra, and the Charleston (South Carolina) Symphony Orchestra. He recorded the world premiere of “Postludes” for alto saxophone and wind ensemble by David Heinick in 2016.
Associate Professor of Piano Dmitri Vorobiev first came to international attention after winning the Casagrande International Piano Competition in Italy in 1994. He subsequently was a major prizewinner in numerous international piano competitions, including the Busoni, Ibla Grand Prize and A.M.A. Calabria. Solo recitals have taken him throughout the U.S., Israel, Russia, Germany, Czech Republic and Ireland.