The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Paul Haar and Tom Larson will deliver a recital featuring great American standards at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Lied Center for Performing Arts. The performance will be offered in-person or virtually.
Haar, associate professor of saxophone, is recognized as one of the most versatile saxophonists on the scene today, having contributed his talent to numerous projects in both the jazz and classical genres throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. A native of Fremont, Nebraska, Haar has performed with such artists as Dave Brubeck, James Moody, and The Manhattan Transfer.
Larson, assistant professor of composition, is a sought-after pianist and composer. He has performed and recorded his original compositions internationally, and has written musical scores for dozens of films.
The duo’s Feb. 11 performance is part of the Lied Center’s Live Online event series. It is free and open to the public, but a ticket is required. In-person and virtual reservations can be made online. Lied Live Online events are also available to watch on the Lied Center’s Facebook page.
Free tickets are now available online, via phone at 402-472-4747, or in-person at the Lied Center box office.