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Duo Vercio

Samuel Lorber, saxopone
Rebecca Simon, flute and piccolo


Impressões Sobrais, Liduino Pitombeira
I. Caminho Solitário
2. Diálogos


Lake, Lei Liang


Power Vehicles, John McDonald
I. Loud and Fast
II. Swift, Yet Austere
III. Vigorous
IV. Quick and Bright
V. Stationary/Masterful/Fluid/Energetic


Samuel Lorber holds a Bachelor of Arts in music from Swarthmore College and a Master of Music and Graduate Diploma in saxophone performance from New England Conservatory. His principal studies in saxophone were with Kenneth Radnofsky and Charles Salinger. He has played the major orchestral saxophone solos with ensembles that include the Delaware, Harrisburg, Reading (Pennsylvania) and Bay Atlantic Symphonies. He was one of 43 saxophonists world-wide to premiere John Harbison’s “San Antonio,” giving what Harbison called an “excellent performance.” He has taught at West Chester University, coached chamber music for the University of Pennsylvania, and has recorded for Albany, Centaur, Mode, Neuma and New World Records.