Senior Recital: Timothy Gilbee

Timothy Gilbee, a percussionist, performed his Senior Recital as a presentation of his hard work in the music department over his years at A-State. Gilbee played the drums, incorporated unconventional objects in his pieces, and collaborated a clapping song with Chris Isom. This showcase of talents was in Riceland Hall on Thursday, Oct. 8.

Timothy Gilbee playing Second Line, composed by Rick Dior.
Timothy Gilbee playing Encantada, composed by Nathan Daughtrey.
Timothy Gilbee playing SyNc, composed by Gene Koshinski. This piece is played using unconventional materials, such as chopsticks, a brush, and a marble.
Timothy Gilbee performing Clapping Music, composed by Steve Reich, with his clapping collaborator, Chris Isom.
Timothy Gilbee playing Blade, composed by Benjamin Finley.
Timothy Gilbee playing his final piece, Strive to be Happy, composed by Ivan Trevino.

Timothy Gilbee taking his final bow.

Photos by: Hannah Risker | Photo Editor

Categories: Photo

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