John Hallberg to perform at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall and 17th World Saxophone Congress
Saxophonist John Hallberg was recently awarded first prize in the American Protégé International Woodwind and Brass Competition. The USC Thornton DMA candidate also received the Judges Distinction Award and was invited to perform at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on Sat., March 21.
In July, Hallberg will travel to Strasbourg, France to perform at the 17th World Saxophone Congress, which is held every three years. Hallberg will premiere a piece written for him by Frederick Lesemann, former chair and professor of Composition at USC Thornton.