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Clarke Professor’s Music to be Performed on Iowa Public Radio

June 24, 2016

The Dubuque Symphony Orchestra will perform a work by Clarke Professor of Music Dr. Amy Dunker during a performance that can be heard on Iowa Public Radio on June 26-27.

Iowa Public Radio will broadcast the Dubuque Symphony’s “Symphonic Fantasies” concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, June 26, and at 7 p.m. Monday, June 27. Iowa Public Radio can be heard on the following frequencies: 97.7 in Dubuque; 91.7 in Iowa City/Cedar Rapids; and 89.5 in Cedar Falls/Waterloo. It can also be heard at 90.9 on KUNI.

Along with Dunker, the Symphony’s performance includes works by Rachmaninoff and Berlioz, and spotlights Russian piano virtuoso Natasha Paremski.

Dunker’s piece is a dramatic fanfare opener for the program. The symphony will also perform Rachmaninoff’s and concludes with Berlioz’s dazzling masterpiece. The Dubuque Symphony Orchestra is conducted by William Intriligator.