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Ancient Music Performance - Dr. Martha Fabrique


I wanted to let you know that the Humanities and Arts Departments have worked together to bring a speaker and  professional musician to our wonderful campus!     On November 2nd in the afternoon we will have a visiting professional flutist  who specializes in an ancient Japanese instrument called Shakuhachi ( Bamboo Flute).  She will be performing during 5th and 6th period in the chapel.  Currently, we are only planning for Arts and Humanities to be able to attend in-person due to seating capacity in the chapel.  However we will be streaming the lecture and performance live on the TMI Youtube channel.  We will also be recording and posting it for later access if November 2nd is not a good day for you to attend.  

Below is a little bit of information on this wonderful performer, and I have linked her website where she has posted a sampling of her work for free.  

Dr. Martha Fabrique Flute and Schakuhachi
From : http://www.fabriqueflute.com/ 

Dr. Martha Fabrique is a professional flutist and ethnomusicologist based in San Antonio, Texas.  She is on the faculty at San Antonio College currently and has taught at Our Lady of the Lake University, Trinity University, and Metropolitan State College in Denver. Martha earned her DMA (Doctorate of Musical Arts) from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 1997. She performs with the Mid-Texas Symphony, Majestic Theater productions, the San Antonio Symphony, and is featured as a guest artist with local chamber ensembles. Additionally, she is an accomplished performer and scholar of the shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute).  She has been on the faculty at the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp as flute and chamber music instructor for many years.  Dr. Fabrique received master’s degrees in flute and ethnomusicology from Florida State University and her bachelor’s degree from the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music.  
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