Samuel Clark-McHale (b. 1992) is an American
composer currently residing in Davis, CA. His works have been
performed by, among others, Ensemble Signal, Quartetto Indaco,
and the Illinois Modern Ensemble at venues and festivals
including June in Buffalo and the highSCORE New Music Festival.
His piece metallic cocaine bebop for Pierrot ensemble
was a 2015 ASCAP Morton Gould Award Finalist.
Jillian Andersen began her graduate studies in
musicology at UC Davis in the fall quarter of 2013 as a Cota
Robles Fellow. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from the
University of Puget Sound with a BA in Music (Music History
Emphasis) and a BS in Computer Science. She was also awarded the
President’s Award for Academic Excellence.
The UC Davis Symphony Endowment was established by members and
friends in 1992 with the goal of assuring the orchestra’s access
to first-rate teachers and soloists, a handsome orchestral
library, and enhanced opportunities for travel.
Main Theatre, UC Davis. Dedication ceremony: UCD Davis Dramatic
Art Building to Celeste Turner Wright Hall. Brahms: Academic
Festival Overture. Jerome Rosen: Campus Doorways (text by Celeste
Turner Wright; with the University Chorus).
Sunday, 23 November 1997
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major, op. 58