Preston Duncan

An international acclaimed performer and educator based out of Minneapolis, Preston Duncan has been hailed as "displaying his saxophone mastery" (The Indianapolis Star) with "virtuosic brilliance" (the Muncie Star/press) as a "terrific talent" (Marvin Hamlisch). He has appeared as a soloist throughout the United States, Latin america and Europe. He has performed on over 65 occasions as soloist with large ensembles including The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, La Grande Orchestre des Alpes de la Mer of Nice, The Bowling Green State University Philharmonic, The University of Minnesota Symphony Orchestra and many others. He has performed internationally in such prestigious venues as the Salle Verdi (Milan), the American Embassy (Paris), The Royal Conservatory (Burssels), etc.


The Saxophone Music of Kelly-Marie Murphye


Dynamic Sequences for Soprano Saxophone and piano...............Kelly-Marie Murphy

I. Agitato

II. Drifting

III. Turbulent

The Unstoppable Fear Machine............................................................................Kelly-Marie Murphy

I. Thought Compressor

II. Press-Regulator (Illusion of Calm)

III. Flight


This is a program of new music from the composer canadian Kelly-Marie Murphy . DYNAMIC SEQUENCES, was originally written to Jeremy Brown and premiered at the WSCXVI World World Congress of Saxophone in 2012. The original version was written for alto saxophone and piano.
Duncan and Gerini released a new version written by the composer for soprano saxophone and piano.
UNSTOPPABLE FEAR MACHINE is a work in three movements written for saxophone and piano trio. The piece was commissioned by a consortium organized by Klonos Trio and the Prairie Prairie Saxophone Initiative.


Preston Duncan

Davide Nari

Federico Gerini


House Museum Colon

C. Colón, n. 1, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Day: Wednesday, 6 december 

Hora: 17:30h – 18:00h


Active and Listening Congress Members: free

Resto de público (venta online): 6€ (opcional: venta de entradas en taquilla del Museo Casa de Colón el día del concierto)