Daniel Galow and Friends in Recital
October 27 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Join saxophonist Daniel Galow and his friends from The College of New Jersey for a diverse and captivating evening of music. The program will include works by J.S. Bach, William Bolcom, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and a premiere of a new piece by the great composer Paul Winch! All are welcome. Admission Free, Donation Invited.
Below is an example of music to be performed (this video is of a different band).
Daniel Galow has been playing the saxophone since he was nine years old. He is currently finishing his B.A. in Music at The College of New Jersey and will graduate in December 2018. He has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the TCNJ Wind Ensemble, the TCNJ Saxophone Quartet, and the Teaneck Community Band. Upon graduation, Daniel plans to go into arts administration and composition. Outside of music his interests include downhill skiing, playing chess, and going to museums.
Kaitlyn Anderson has been playing bassoon from a very young age. She graduated from The College of New Jersey with a Bachelors in Music Education in 2018. Kaitlyn is a teacher, performer, and lover of music. She has notably participated in the College Band Directors National Association Intercollegiate Wind Ensemble, the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra’s Organ Day Festival with the Wannamaker Organ, New Jersey State Intercollegiate Wind Ensemble, and TCNJ Wind Ensemble and Orchestra. Kaitlyn has developed a Philadelphia sound through study with Dennis MacMullin, M.M. Temple University. Kaitlyn plays on a Moosmann bassoon.
Noah Brown majored in trumpet performance at The College of New Jersey and graduated in the spring of 2018. Professionally, he has mostly played in small brass ensembles. In addition to trumpet, he studied percussion at TCNJ, focusing in keyboard percussion and timpani.
Kathy Shanklin is the Director of Music at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Bridgewater, accompanist at Temple Beth-el in Hillsborough, and on the piano faculty at Westminster Conservatory in Princeton. She’s a former accompanist for Princeton Ballet and Opera Festival of NJ, and has accompanied students at TCNJ for more than 12 years. She studied music at Western Illinois University, Indiana/Purdue and Ft. Wayne, and Westminster Choir College.
Christopher McEwan has been playing the violin almost his entire life. He is currently a music major at the College of New Jersey where he is in high demand as a chamber musician and leader in the orchestra. He has performed as a soloist with the Ocean Grove Violin Academy and other ensembles and has played at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Lincoln Center and the Kimmel Center. Chris also performs extensively on viola, piano, guitar, mandolin, bass and percussion. He especially loves to play in chamber ensembles and musicals, performing in both school and professional pit orchestras.