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2021 - 2022 Faculty Artist Series Events

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All tickets to College of Fine Arts events are available for advance purchase at the main Fine Arts Box Office located in the Miller Lobby of Duerksen Fine Arts Center during regular box office hours, by phone and online. (Any tickets purchased online or by phone will be placed in Will-Call to be picked up either at the main box office or during the hour prior to the event at the venue.)

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Faculty Artist Series Events


Ticket Prices

♦     Adults - $12.00     ♦     Senior (55+)/Military - $10.00     ♦     WSU Faculty/Staff - $10.00     ♦
♦     Child/Student (Show your school ID for discount.) - $6.00     ♦      WSU Student - FREE (With Shocker Card)     ♦

Dr. Timothy Jones
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Dr. Timothy Jones, Violin

Sunday, September 12, 2021
Wiedemann Hall

Dr. Jones serves as Assistant Professor of Violin at Wichita State University and Associate Concertmaster of the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He has performed as both soloist and concertmaster with ensembles in North and South America. In addition to his orchestral career, Dr. Jones is an avid educator of students of all ages. He remains active in private and group instruction and has held positions at independent music schools in both the United States and Brazil. Prior to coming to WSU, Dr. Jones taught strings at the middle school level in the Wichita Public Schools and in higher education he lectured at Azusa Pacific University and the federal University of Rio Grande do Sul.

Dr. Jones holds degrees in Music Education and Violin Performance, having received his doctorate in Performance at the federal University of Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

Carmen Lemoine

Dr. Carmen Lemoine, Flute

Friday, October 29, 2021
Wiedemann Hall

Dr. Lemoine serves as Assistant Professor of Flute at Wichita State University and principle flute of Wichita Symphony Orchestra. Prior to coming to WSU, Dr. Lemoine served as camber music faculty at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. She is a member of the Santa Rosa Symphony and has performed as guest principal flute with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra in New Zealand. Dr. Lemoine is the flutist with the Lieurance Woodwind Quintet and performs with the WSU Latin Jazz ensemble Banda Hispanica.

Dr. Lemoine earned degrees in Flute Performance from the Eastman School of Music (BM and DMA) and received her MM from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

Aaron Robinson

Aaron Robinson, Oboe

Friday, November 12, 2021
Wiedemann Hall

Aaron Robinson services as Instructor of Oboe at Wichita State University and Second Oboe with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. As a soloist, Mr. Robinson was awarded first prize in the 2018 University of Missouri-Kansas City Concerto Aria Competition. From 2018 to 2020 he was a recipient of the UMKC Conservatory’s Graduate Woodwind Quintet Fellowship and a member of the Plaza Winds.

Mr. Robinson received his BM from James Madison University and his MM at the University of Michigan.


Friday, January 28, 2022
Wiedemann Hall


Phillip Black

Phillip Black, Tuba

Friday, March 4, 2022
Wiedemann Hall

Phil Black serves as Assistant Professor of Tuba at Wichita State University and is principal tubist with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra and Wichita Brass Quintet. He has held the position of principal tuba with the Flint Symphony Orchestra, Galliard Brass Ensemble, New Mexico Symphony, and New Mexico Brass Quintet, substitute tubist with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, and was tuba instructor with the Flint Institute and at the University of New Mexico. Mr. Black has recorded with the Galliard Brass Quintet on the Music Heritage Society label and has performed numerous recitals at regional and national Tuba conferences.

Mr. Black received his BM from Ball State University and his MM from the University of New Mexico.


Friday, April 1, 2022
Wiedemann Hall