On Sunday, March 11, at 3:00 p.m., Flutist Ana Laura González and Pianist Fideliz Campbell will perform at the Phelps Museum at 191 Court Street in Binghamton.
$20 general public; $15 for members & seniors; $5 students with I.D.; children 12 and under are free. For more information, please call (607) 722-4873 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ana Laura González
Flutist Ana Laura González is a native of Buenos Aires, Argentina. She enjoys performing eclectic repertoire from classical to contemporary music, with an emphasis on academic music from Latin American and in particular, her home land. She is an active player in the central New York area and has appeared with the Utica Symphony, Catskill Valley Wind Ensemble, Hartwick College Chamber Orchestra and the Hartwick College Wind Quintet. Recent performances include Andrew Pease’s transcription of Astor Piazzolla’s Milonga y Muerte del Angel for solo flute and Wind Ensemble, the Oneonta Concert Association local artists’ series, the Guitar Society of Central New York, the Voices New and Old Concert Series at the Bloomingdale School of Music in New York City, the NFA Flute Convention in New Orleans, Mid South Flute Fest, Mid-Atlantic flute festival. Dr. González serves as artist in residence of Flute at SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick College, where she also teaches Music Theory and directs the Flute Ensemble. She holds a DMA from the University of Arizona, a MM from Ohio University, and a BM from the Universidad Nacional de Arte in Buenos Aires. Her teachers include Brian Luce, Alison Brown Sincoff, Raul Becerra and Laura Falcone.
FidelizCampbell is a native of the Philippines. She was born in Manila, the capital city of her country. Fideliz started playing the piano at the age of three and received her first formal training at the age of five. Fideliz’ first piano teacher was her mother, the late Luzviminda Sta. Brigida. Fideliz Campbell got involved in several piano competitions since she was nine and received her degree in piano performance at the University of the Philippines, Conservatory of Music in 1988 In 2012, she earned her BS in Music Education from Hartwick College. Fideliz now works at Hartwick College as lecturer and artist in residence in piano since 2013 where she also taught Aural Skills, Keyboard Techniques and often accompanies faculty recitals as well as guest artists, among these a duo recital with Aima Labra-Makk, and a trio recital with resident artists Ana Laura Gonzalez, Daniel Hane and Uli Speth.
Ana Laura and Fideliz have played recitals together since 2014. Their concert repertoire includes the First Suite for flute and jazz piano trio by Claude Bolling, Musikahan, A Night of Filipino Music Latin American Music for 2 Flutes featuring flutists Cecilia Piehl, Voces Hispanas, the Music of Spain and Latin America, and most recently, Three’s a Crowd, a collaborative concert among Hartwick Music faculty featuring chamber music for combined trios.
This April, Ana Laura and Fideliz will revisit Claude Bolling academic jazz music with the Picnic Suite for flute, guitar and jazz piano trio.
This program is made possible in part by a grant from the United Cultural Fund, a program of the Broome County Arts Council.