Concert @ the Museum Featuring Mark Dannenbring
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|Thu 9 Sep ’10, 7:30pm–9:30pm||
Where: Rotorua Museum, Queens Drive, Government Gardens, Rotorua
Restrictions: All Ages
Event listed by: Rotorua Museum
Mark Dannenbring, long time pioneer of wind and early music performance, is the artist behind the development of the Grenaditte flute. Accompanist Noelle Dannenbring on the piano. Supporting young artists are Daniel Park & Cantare vocal ensemble.
Dr. Mark Dannenbring has been a pioneer in wind and early music performance for the past 27 years. He is Associate Professor of Flute and Head of Woodwind at Tunghai University. He and his wife produce Boxwood Festivals in New Zealand and Taiwan. He is the artist behind the development of the Grenaditte flute and Executor flute headjoints for the Guo Musical Instrument Company. Throughout his career he has also taught many seminars that combine his background in dance, Orff, Dalcroze, and theatre to teach musical expression.
Noelle Dannenbring is a piano student of Beth Williams. She is a year 11 student at John Paul College and has acted as accompanist for school musicals as well as performing with the JPC Chamber Music Ensemble, choir, jazz band, string band and orchestra. She studies ballet with Ann Samson and enjoys making clay figures in her spare time.
Daniel Park: A young clarinettist from Western Heights High School who recently achieved his grade 8 with honours.
Cantare: A small vocal ensemble from John Paul College, specialising in sacred music.
Image: Mark Dannenbring