The next Thursday Noon Recital features music by Arthur Hamiltorn, Erroll Garner, Elgar, Schubert, Dvorak, and Beethoven.
The next Thursday Noon Recital features music by Bach, Balakirev, Haydn, and Chopin.
Guitarist Grant Watkiss' Senior Recital will include music by Richar Rodgers, Andy McKee, John Duarte, Michael Hedges, and more.
The next Thrusday noon recital includes music by Beethoven, Schubert, Faure, Haydn, and more.
Sonata, op. 2, no 1 Ludwig van Beethoven
Shuting Tan, piano
Sonata op.57 Ludwig van Beethoven
Gabe Freedman, piano
The 2014 Honors Recital will highlight performances by the Department of Music's most accomplished Music Majors. The program will include music by Ibert, Granados, Kodály, Poulenc, Ravel, and Beethoven.
Nicholas Amoscato's senior recital will include selections from Claude Bolling’s Suite for Flute and Piano (transposed for tenor sax), Chopin’s Fugue in A minor, Nica’s Dream by Horace Silver, Dienda by Kenny Kirkland, La Fiesta by Chick Corea, When I Fall In Love by Victor Young, When the Lady Dances by Bob Mintzer. Joining Nicholas for this performance are Ben Clifton (piano), Matt Volk (drums), Aidan Epstein (bass), and Brianna Amoscato (piano).
The next Music Monday recital features music by Loeffler, Poulenc,
The next Thursday Noon Recital will feature students playing each others' original compositions.
The next Music Monday will feature guitar instructor Jim Ferla performing with his students and Roger Zahab. The program will feature popular American songs, traditional music, compositions by Astor Piazolla, Roger Zahab, David Leisner, and much more.
Kaleidoscope Claude Gagnon (b. 1949)
Lepo Lele (from Songs of Ararat) Loris Chobanian (b.1933)
I. Animato (from Little Suite, Op. 95 No. 4) John Duarte (1919-2004)
Violinist Roger Zahab and pianist Robert Frankenberry perform music by Jeremy Beck, Daron Hagen, Eric Moe, John Fitz Rogers, Reza Vali, and Zahab's own composition.