Baroque Concert at Willamette University

The Willamette University Department of Music and the Grace Goudy Distinguished Artists Series presents Terrell Stone, a premiere performer and scholar of the baroque lute, Friday, March 8, 2002, at 8 p.m. in Jerry Hudson Hall.

The performance will feature music by two of the most famous composer/performers of the baroque era - Johann Sebastian Bach and Silvius Leopold Weiss. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $5 for children under 12. For more information, call 503-370-6255. The concert is free to Willamette University students, faculty and staff.

A lecture and performance workshop are scheduled for March 7th and 8th at Willamette. For details, call the Music Department at 503-370-6255 or John Doan at 503-370-6174 for times and locations.

Terrell Stone has performed as a soloist and has participated in music festivals in North and South America and in Europe. Appearing on television and radio, he has more than 30 recordings to his credit.

Stone has taught lute at conservatories in Rome and Bari, Italy, and is now professor of lute at the Conservatory Pedrollo in Vicenza, Italy. He has edited several modern editions of music for lute and has written scholarly articles about the life and music of Silvius Leopold Weiss.

Although he studied in Switzerland, France and Italy, Terrell grew up in Oregon and was a student of music at Willamette University.