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Matthew J. Rosario ’10 concentrates as he plays the piano during the world premiere of “That Meaningful Look,” a composition by Ensemble guitarist Geoffrey Sheil ’09. The Festival Jazz Ensemble presented “Don Byron’s Musical Worlds Part 1” this past Friday, March 7 in Kresge Auditorium. Byron, an MLK Visiting Professor as well as a Grammy-nominated composer and clarinetist, played the saxophone and the clarinet while directing part of the concert.
Matthew J. Rosario ’10 concentrates as he plays the piano during the world premiere of “That Meaningful Look,” a composition by Ensemble guitarist Geoffrey Sheil ’09. The Festival Jazz Ensemble presented “Don Byron’s Musical Worlds Part 1” this past Friday, March 7 in Kresge Auditorium. Byron, an MLK Visiting Professor as well as a Grammy-nominated composer and clarinetist, played the saxophone and the clarinet while directing part of the concert.