Semel Institute Noontime Concert Series Presents: Music Gypsies Love!
Geoffrey Aymar, piano; Leola Wagner, violin and Dr. Janice Foy, 'cello
WHAT: This free noontime concert sponsored by the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA will feature: Geoffrey Aymar on piano; Dr. Janice Foy (alum!) on 'cello and Leola Wagner, on violin. The Cello and Violin Duo will perform Hungarian Gypsy music; Geoffrey will perform some of his own compositions; Dr. Foy will feature a solo 'cello flamenco piece by Ennio Bolognini; then Dr. Foy and Mr. Aymar will treat everyone to a special rendition of Summertime and the whole trio will join for a grand finale of a Tango by David Schubach, the former Vice President of the Professional Musicians Local 47.
WHEN: Noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, June 29.
WHERE: The Louis Jolyon West Auditorium, C-level of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, 760 Westwood Plaza, UCLA campus.
BACKGROUND: Semel Institute Concert Series events take place several times throughout the year and feature professional artists, senior and graduate level music students, and musicians from UCLA’s professional staff. The first concert each year is held in honor of the late UCLA psychiatrist Dr. Faustino Lopez-Rodriguez.
COST: The concert is free!! Parking on campus is $8.