An internationally recognized bassoon soloist and chamber musician, Ishikawa has performed at world-class venues including Beijing Conservatory International Bassoon Festival; St. Petersburg Conservatory in Russia; Tokyo School of Music; Shanghai Conservatory; Royal Northern College of Music in U.K.; Australian National Academy of Music; Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts; and Taipei National University of Arts. Currently Professor of Bassoon at the University of Colorado at Boulder College of Music, he will perform Partita No. 2 by Bill Douglas, Deux Pieces by Jean Françaix and Concerto for Two bassoons by Johann Baptist Vanhal. LSU professor Darrel Hale will accompany Ishikawa on Concerto for Two bassoons.
GENERAL ADMISSION PRICING $17 - Public admission $17 - LSU faculty/staff, seniors $10 - LSU student with ID