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Family Day: Winter Wonderland

Saturday, January 11, 2014 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Join artist Jennifer Adams and create your own cozy wintertime cottage using re-purposed wool, trims and tiny treasures. Erik Steighner will host a saxophone recital and CD launch in the theater for all to enjoy!

The CD, "Made in Tacoma: New Chamber Music for Saxophone", funded in part by the Tacoma Arts Commission Works, is by composers with ties to Tacoma including Deborah Anderson, Rob Hutchinson, Clement Reid, Erik Steighner, Jeff Tecca and Gregory Youtz.

Erik Steighner has performed with ensembles including the Austin Symphony Orchestra, the Federal Way Symphony, the Northwest Sinfonietta, the San Antonio Symphony, the Tacoma Symphony Orchestra, the Tipping Point Saxophone Quartet and the Alloy Saxophone Quartet. Steighner has taught at Texas State University and The University of Texas at Austin and is currently saxophone lecturer at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash.

Steighner has premiered dozens of solo and chamber works for the saxophone and is active as a composer and arranger. He is also featured on CD releases from labels including Albany Records, Mark Custom, Naxos, and Vienna Modern Masters. He holds bachelor’s degrees in music and English from the University of Puget Sound and master’s and doctoral degrees in saxophone performance from The University of Texas at Austin.



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