Trio to present recital May 3 USD faculty John Thomson and Sue Ann Stutheit and emeritus professor Jack Noble will present a recital for viola, alto, and piano on Monday, May 3, at 8 p.m. in Farber Hall on the USD campus. The music featured is by Brahms and his friend Joachim. Thomson said the music provides an opportunity to reflect on the relationship of these two famous friends.
"The three pieces we will perform were each written at a different period in their friendship," he said. "Their relationship went through great changes, as can be illustrated when seeing the background to these compositions."
When Noble taught at USD, his students always noticed his fondness for the music of Brahms, as he frequently referred to it and used it for examples in class.
The concert is free, and the public is invited to attend.