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Branson Garner’s Graduate Jazz Composition and Arranging Recital

March 20, 2014
Wednesday, April 2, in Voertman Hall, University of North Texas Graduate student Branson Garner will showcase his Jazz composition and BransonGarnerGradRecitalarranging skills, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
“Come join me and more than 60 of some of the best musicians at UNT for my graduate jazz composition and arranging recital! This is the capstone of my graduate work at North Texas and it’s going to have something for everyone with four different ensembles playing my arrangements and original compositions. I’m really excited to have these talented musicians play this music.”

The lineup is:

Jazz Septet
Julian Sutherland – Alto Sax
Trevor Lund – Tenor Sax
Cris Roman – Trumpet
Dillon Garrett – Trombone
Patrick Carr – Piano
Branson Garner – Bass

Branson Garner

Branson Garner

Terence Hobdy – Drums

Vocal Group
Marion Powers – Soprano
Mafe Naranjo – Alto
Daewon Lee – Tenor
Terrence Brown – Bass
Patrick Carr – Piano
Branson Garner – Bass
Terence Hobdy – Drums

Large Jazz Ensemble
Julian Sutherland – Alto Sax
Jonathan Mones – Alto Sax
Trevor Lund – Tenor Sax
Christian Ortiz – Tenor Sax
Brian Handeland – Bari Sax
Zach Steele – Trombone
Kennedy Powers – Trombone
Ryan Parker – Trombone
Nick Roach – Bass Trombone
Kenny Davis – Bass Trombone
Jake Boldman – Trumpet
Josh Kauffman – Trumpet
Miles Johnson – Trumpet
Cris Roman – Trumpet
Evan Templeton – Trumpet
Horace Bray – Guitar
Daniel Porter – Piano
Alex Brown – Bass
John Sturino – Drums

Symphony Orchestra featuring Daewon Lee on vocals and Drew Zaremba on Soprano Sax

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