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Danielle Oatley, University of Louisville


Danielle Oatley is the director of the University of Louisville Office of Music Resources. She is responsible for arranging educational outreach programs in public schools, overseeing U†of†Lís musician referral service, and generating publicity for major events.

Danielle graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelorís degree in arts administration. During her time at UK, she also played French horn and gained experience working at the Singletary Center for the Arts.

University of Louisville Tuba Quartet

tuba quartetDavid Dayton, Greg Wright, Raymond Green, and Daniel Stull make up the University of Louisville Tuba Quartet. They are all students of John Jones, professor of tuba at the School of Music, who has developed a special course in music written for small tuba/euphonium ensembles.

David, who plays the tuba, is a graduate assistant who is working on a masterís degree in music education. Greg, another graduate assistant, plays the euphonium and is pursuing his masterís in instrumental conducting. Raymond, a junior, plays the tuba. And Daniel, a freshman, plays the euphonium.


Program 419

Sights and sounds of the holiday season, from the frozen beauty of ice sculptures by Pat Madden to the warmth of Christmas music performed by members of the Louisville Chorus and a tuba quartet. (#419)





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