Location: Rhatigan Student Center wRECk Center, 1st Floor Dining Area
Stop pinning and start crafting! Student Activities Council will supply the materials for three separate craft projects to be named at a later date. Keep updated on these projects through posters around campus and on Facebook. Until then, keep pinning!
For more information, contact SAC located in Student Involvement, RSC 3rd floor.
Phone: (316) 978-3022
Social: 5th Annual OMA Unity Picnic
Location: West Heskett Lawn
Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs and WSU's cultural student organizations as they come together as one community to celebrate the end of the academic year. Volleyball and other games will be available.
FREE food! (First come, first served)
For more information, call (316) 978-3034 or email the Office of Multicultural Affairs at email@example.com
Open to WSU Community.
Sponsored by: Office of Multicultural Affairs
Faculty Artist Series presents David Hunsicker, Trumpet
Location: Wiedemann Hall
Join us for the Faculty Artist Series featuring David Hunsicker. David Hunsicker has had a varied career as an orchestral musician, soloist, chamber musician and educator. Dr. Hunsicker is currently principal trumpet of the Wichita Symphony, Des Moines Metro Opera and the Lancaster Festival Orchestras; has been a member of the Flint, Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo and Battle Creek Symphony Orchestras and has served as associate principal trumpet of the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra. He has also performed extensively with the Michigan Opera Theatre, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony, Omaha Symphony, Florida Orchestra, Florida Grand Opera and the Sarasota Opera.
As a soloist and chamber musician, Dr. Hunsicker has performed numerous recitals and concerts including performances of Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto and J. S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #2 with the Lancaster Festival Orchestra, several concerts with the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings as a founding member of the Great Lakes Brass Quintet and most recently with the Sonoran Brass Quintet. He can be heard performing with the Sonoran Brass Quintet on the recording Dry Heat. In addition to classical performances, Dr. Hunsicker has been an active performer of commercial music and jazz. In addition to playing in jazz bands while in school and with jazz groups in several states, he has performed many musicals, including "Hello Dolly," "42nd Street," "A Chorus Line," "Oklahoma," "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story," "Guys and Dolls," "Gypsy," "Miss Saigon" and "The King and I."
Dr. Hunsicker has maintained an active teaching studio since 1996. He served as a graduate assistant in trumpet while pursuing his Doctor of Musical Arts at Arizona State University, also teaching at the Herberger College for Kids and Tempe Preparatory Academy. More recently, he was Adjunct Professor of Trumpet at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and trumpet instructor for the Omaha Conservatory of Music. Dr. Hunsicker holds a Bachelor of Music in Trumpet Performance from Indiana University and a Master of Music in Trumpet Performance from the University of Michigan. While completing his Doctor of Musical Arts in Solo Performance from Arizona State University, he completed extensive research on the subject of orchestral auditions for trumpet. His principal teachers include: David Hickman, Charles Daval, Bernard Adelstein and Irving Sarin.
Tickets for this event are $7 with discounts available.
Tickets go on sale April 2.
Purchase your tickets at http://www.wichita.edu/j/?1965
For series information and tickets, please call The WSU School of Fine Arts Box Office at (316) 978-3233.
Open to the public.
Sponsored by: The School of Music