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STUART DEMPSTER

A Performance
Saturday, September 6, 7pm
$12—TICKETS (Free to MEMBERS)

Stuart Dempster will perform one solo piece on trombone and another on conch, didjeridu and “little instruments”.

Dempster was born in Berkeley, California in 1936. His book The Modern Trombone: A Definition of Its Idioms was first published in 1979. He has recorded on several labels including Columbia, Deep Listening, Nonesuch, and New Albion, the latter having produced his “Abbey” recording (NA 013).