He will be accompanied by fellow TTU faculty member Grace Eunhye Choi on piano, and flute professor Roger Martin will join him for the trio “Noble Dinner Music,” by Robert Delanoff. The Delanoff piece includes a variety of catchy rhythmic sections, moods and sounds.
The concert’s diverse program includes some of the finest solo literature for the oboe and English horn and is centered around compositions from Woodworth’s alma mater, the Eastman School of Music. The three Eastman pieces are “Sonata Pastorale” by Robert Bloom, “Pastorale for Oboe” by former Eastman director Howard Hanson and Warren Benson’s “Evening Piece.”
The concert is in TTU’s Wattenbarger Auditorium, located in the Bryan Fine Arts Building, 1150 N. Dixie Ave. It is free and open to the public.