Johnson will be performing new works by Dan VanHassel, Christopher Biggs, Elainie Lillios, Jeff Herriott, Scott Blasco, and MSU faculty member, Jason Bolte.
Bolte's "Scrap Metal," is an electro-acoustic work that explores relationships between sonic material produced on the piano and various metallic sounds.
Johnson is a faculty member of Avila University in Kansas City. She is a strong supporter of new music and an active performer known for playing with a firm musicality and dramatic flair. She has been heard at new music festivals across the country. In addition to her work at Avila University, Ms. Johnson maintains a piano studio through the University of Missoui-Kansas City Community Music and Dance Academy, and is an active adjudicator and presenter for local music teachers associations and universities.
Tickets for Johnson's performance are $10 general admission, $5 students, and are available at the door.
Whitney Salo (406) 994-3562, Whitney.Salo@montana.edu