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Carols in the Mountains  with the Elden Brass Quintet

Saturday, December 9 3 PM 

featuring Kevin Memley’s Magnificat

with collaborations from Flagstaff and Coconino High Schools 

Coconino High School, Main Auditorium, 2801 N Izabel St, Flagstaff, AZ 86004

Tickets are not needed for this event. There is a suggested contribution of $20 for adults and $4 for students and children. 


When arriving at Coconino High School, parking is on the North side of the school by Cedar Ave. Watch for our Master Chorale signage for where to enter the building, once parked.

Guest Artists and Collaborators

Elden Brass Quintet

Coconino High School Choir

under the direction of Karen Whitaker

Flagstaff High School Choir

under the direction of Stephanie Galloway

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Stephanie Galloway is a music educator from Flagstaff High School, teaching choir, piano, guitar and music theory.  She has a wide and diverse range of choral and instrumental teaching experience in grades K-12 and beyond. Stephanie is also a professional pianist, accompanist, organist, and music director within the Flagstaff community, playing all styles and genres. A certified fitness professional, she has taught all levels and styles of fitness at the Flagstaff Athletic Club for over 30 years. Happily married since 1992 to Steve Galloway, she is the mother of three sons, Luke (24), Max (22), and Paul (20), and daughter Melanie (22).

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Owen Davis is a composer, percussionist, improvisor, noise artist, educator, and curator based in Flagstaff, AZ. He is currently the general music teacher at Sturgeon Cromer Elementary School in Flagstaff Unified School District. He also maintains a growing private percussion studio teaching the percussive arts weekly to over 30 students of all ages at the Flagstaff School of Music. His artistic work is animated by noise - searching out ways to find and make it in composition, improvisation, and other artistic endeavors. He is an active recording artist, improvisor, and new music performer nationally and internationally frequently collaborating or composing for projects and performances. He holds degrees in Music Education (Northern Arizona University studying with percussion professor Steven Hemphill) and a master's degree in Music Composition (DePaul University). Owen founded and currently co-curates the Interference Series, a improvised/avant/experimental performance series and Non-Profit Organization.

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Abby Fisher is a percussionist and educator, focused on performing and supporting continued growth of new music, with expertise in contemporary and classical percussion. 


National and international performances include: Stony Brook University's TEDx, Transplanted Roots Percussion Symposium, New Music Gathering, Big Ears Festival, Percussive Arts Society International Convention, and One World Trade Center. Abby is a co-founder of the percussion duo Fisher/Lau Project with Matthew Lau, and she is regularly collaborating with composers and musicians on new works.


Abby is a dedicated educator and is the Assistant Professor of Percussion and Director of Percussion Studies at Northern Arizona University. She previously taught at University of Tennessee Knoxville and Pellissippi State Community College. Abby currently serves on the Percussive Arts Society: New Music/ Research Committee. She has served as the Managing Director for Nief-Norf for the past seven years, and works with the NN team to produce the annual Nief-Norf Summer Festival, where more than fifty international participants experience an engaging environment of collaboration, experimentation, and support.

Abby is supported by Marimba One, Black Swamp Percussion, and Vic Firth.   

Please visit her website: www.abbyfisherpercussi

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