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UO Today #409 Molly Barth and Brian McWhorter

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Uploaded on Jun 23, 2010

This episode features Grammy-Award winning flutist Molly Barth and Meridian Arts Ensemble member Brian McWhorter. Barth is an assistant professor of flute at the Univeristy of Oregon, and has tought at Willamette University and held residencies at the Univeristy of Chicago and at the Univeristy of Richmond.

McWhorter, after recieving music degrees from the University of Oregon and The Julliard School, is one of the most sought-after performers of his generation. Currently, McWhorter is an assistant professor of trumpet at the University of Oregon and professor of Contemporary Music at the Manhattan School of Music. He has recorded with artists such as, Natalie Merchant, Mark Applebaum, and John Cale, of the Velvet Underground.

McWhorter and Barth perform together as Beta Collide, an enseble focusing on the collision of new and old musical artforms.

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