Spring 2015 Schedule of Events
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Monday, February 9th, 8:15 PM
Baritone, Andrew White performs “Fifteen Minutes of Fame,” a collection of contemporary art music, accompanied by pianist/composer David Wolfson. He will also perform Britten’s arrangements of Purcell’s Harmonia Sacra and Stalin and the Little Girl, the story behind a propaganda photo, composed by William Vollinger and works by Wolfson, Billotta, and Bowles.
Monday, February 23rd, 8:15 PM
Argentinean pianist, Dr. Marcelo Lian gives an interesting and insightful multimedia lecture recital on "The development of Argentinean Piano Music; its geographic, financial, and political circumstances." Music by known and lesser known Argentinean composers will be introduced and performed.
Thursday, March 5th 7:30 PM
Nyack College alumnus, John Walsh, will dazzle us with Phillip Glass’s Metamorphosis I-V, The Hours, Gershwin’s Three Preludes and his famous Rhapsody in Blue.
Nyack College Trio in Residence
Dr. Tammy Lum, piano; Prof. Sungrai Sohn, violin; and Dr. Chungsun Kim, cello
Wednesday, March 18th, 12:30 PM
Nyack College’s Trio in Residence will perform an exciting program, which will also be performed on their Florida tour. Works include: Haydn, Parker, Liljestrand, Rachmaninoff & Piazzolla. Their CD is also available for purchase at this concert.
Thursday, March 19th 7:30 PM
Dr. Marie Herseth Kenote, flute
J.S. Bach’s birthday, his 330th, will be celebrated with performances of music by J.S. Bach, and his sons W.F. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, and even his grandson W. F. E. Bach! Performers will include Dr. Marie Herseth Kenote flute, Dr. Tammy Lum piano, and students.
Thursday, March 26th, 7:30 PM
From Mozart to Glenn Miller to Journey, the family-friendly Metropolitan Saxophone Quartet and their energetic mix of music arrangements have been entertaining audiences and wedding guests in the New Jersey metropolitan area since 2004.
For more information, visit www.msqnj.com.
Monday, March 30th, 8:15 PM
Dr. Tammy Lum & Dr. Marie Kenote, Directors
Students, faculty and friends perform an eclectic program of vocal, keyboard, and instrumental chamber music, representing a variety of musical styles and periods, in the elegant ambience of Pardington Hall.
Nyack College Chorale
Friday, April 10th, 7:30 PM
Prof. Joel Jameson, Director
The Nyack College Chorale's spring concert will highlight several works with orchestra. Featuring Dr. Tammy Lum, piano, performing Beethoven's Choral Fantasy; Artist-in-Residence, Shelley Jameson soprano, performing Barber's Knoxville Summer of 1915 and senior Sacred Music major, Jamal Sarikoki, conductor.
Nyack College String Orchestra
Wednesday, April 22nd, 8:00 PM
Prof. Sungrai Sohn, Director
The Nyack String Orchestra, comprised of students, faculty, and community instrumentalists will perform music by Mendelssohn, Grieg, and featuring Senior Flute Performance major, Luis Diaz performing Bach’s Suite in B Minor.
Friday, April 24th, 8:00 PM
Sunday, April 26th, 3:00 PM
Prof. Shelley Jameson, Director
Nyack College Opera Workshop will present Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi by Puccini, fully staged in costume. Suor Angelica, staged in the 1600’s, is a tale of a Princess’ loss, repentance, and grace. Gianni Schicchi, a comedy staged in 2015, tells the story of a greedy family trying to gain control of the estate of their deceased relative.
Suggested Donation: $15 adults, $10 children, students, and seniors
Monday, April 27th, 8:15 PM
Dr. Glenn Koponen, Professor
An evening of modern music performed by faculty and student studying Music of the Twentieth Century and beyond (MUS320). Music by John Cage, electronic music, Neoclassical, impressionistic, and original compositions by class members.
Tuesday, April 28th, 8:00 PM
Dr. Glenn Koponen & Ms. Jennifer Scott, Directors
Established in 1968, the Wind Ensemble is comprised of students, faculty, and community musicians performing works for concert band under the direction of Dr. Glenn Koponen. Selections by the Nyack Handbell Choir, directed by Jennifer Scott, will also be performed.
Friday & Saturday, May 29-30
Dr. Tammy Lum, Artistic Director
Two days of master classes, workshops and performances in a nurturing environment at the idyllic Nyack College Rockland campus overlooking the Hudson River. Featured artists and master teachers are Sergei Babayan. Christopher Oldfather, Alexandre Moutouzkin and Tammy Lum. Open to pianists from late intermediate to advanced levels, observers, and chaperones.
Registration information: www.hudsonriverpianofest.org