posted on October 31, 2007
The Clarke College Music Department will host a performance by Lisa Bost-Sandberg, an adjunct instructor of music at Clarke, on Sunday, Nov. 4, at 2 p.m. in Jansen Music Hall on the Clarke campus. Sandberg will be accompanied by pianist Marcelina Turcanu. The recital is free and the public is invited to attend.
The Clarke concert will include works by Bach, Schumann, Andersen, and Prokofiev, as well as one of Bost-Sandberg’s original compositions. A reception will follow the recital in the Wahlert Atrium.
A flutist, composer, and improviser originally from Lewistown, Mont., Bost-Sandberg is the flute instructor and conducts the Flute Ensemble at Clarke. She received her bachelor’s degree in flute performance with highest distinction and honors in music from the College of Iowa. She also holds a master of arts degree in flute performance from New York College.
A diverse musician, she has performed in orchestral settings with such conductors as Gunther Schuller and Tania Leon, improvised as a featured soloist with the NYU New Music and Dance Ensemble, and performed with such groups as Forecast Music, the College of Iowa Center for New Music, and the Gamut Soundpainting Ensemble. While in New York she also worked as a studio musician, taught at the Great Neck Arts Center and studied the Alexander Technique with Kathe Jarka of New York and Pedro de Alcantara of Paris. She has given several solo recitals and appears across the country as a performer, lecturer, and master-class clinician.
For more information, contact the Clarke College Public Relations Office at (563) 588-6318.