Music by Women Festival

Schedule - March 7-9, 2019

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Thursday, March 7th

10:00 AM

Kossen Auditorium

Concert No. 1

Passacaglia on an Old English Tune ……………………………………………… Rebecca Clarke (1886-1979)

Christina Placilla, viola (Winston-Salem State University)
Gregory Thompson, piano (Winston-Salem State University)

 

Yellow Jersey for Two Bb Clarinet ............................................................................... Libby Larsen

Christy Banks, clarinet (Millersville University of Pennsylvania)
Soo Goh, clarinet (Kutztown University of Pennsylvania)

 

Scissors Fantasia Toccata for Solo Piano ………………………………………………… Jiyoun Chung (UMKC)

Jonathan Levin, piano

American Folk Suite ……………………………………………………….………………………….…… Cherise Leiter
Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier
The Housewife's Lament/Single Girl
Changing Light ……………………………………………………………….………………………….…… Kaija Saariaho
Only the Words Themselves Mean What They Say ….………….………………………….…… Kate Soper

Duo Rossignol
Mary Matthews, flute (Tennessee Tech University)
Hillary LaBonte, soprano (Bowling Green State University)

 

The Mariner’s Tale - Theme & Variations (based on Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner) ………………Ashley M. Lucero

Ashley Lucero, guitar

 

Miss Wheatley’s Garden …………………………………………………………. Rosephanye Powell (b. 1962)
I. A Winter Twilight
II. I Want to Die While You Love Me
III. Songs for the People

Matthew Hoch, baritone (Auburn University)
Ben Harris, piano

 


12:00 PM (Noon)

Kossen Auditorium

Concert No. 2

Three Browning Songs…………………………………………………………………………Amy Beach (1867–1944)
I. The Year's at the Spring
II. Ah, Love, but a Day!
III. I Send My Heart up to Thee

Claudia Affan, soprano (Auburn University)
Ben Harris, piano

 

Chatter ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Nicole Chamberlain

Mary Matthews, flute (Tennessee Tech University)
Nicole Chamberlain, flute

 

"Transfuse" and "Spark" ...........................………………………………..…………………Kala Pierson (b. 1977)
As Big As Mill-Wheels” ………………………………………………………………………… Julia Seeholzer (b. 1990)
Glistenality................................................................................................................. Rasa Daukus (b. 1970)

Holly Roadfeldt, piano (Lafayette College)

 

Anklänge ............................................................................................. Fanny Hensel (1809–1847)
I. Vöglein in den sonn’gen Tagen
II. Ach! wie ist es doch gekommen
III. Könnt ich zu den Wäldern flüchten

Philip McCown, baritone (Auburn University)
Ben Harris, piano


Sonorous Body………………………………………………………………………………………………… Liza Lim (b. 1966)
ONI……………………….…………………………………………………………………………..…Ania Sundstrom (b. 1987)

Kyle Rowan, clarinet

 

Ch ………………………………………………..………………………………………………………………………… Bahar Taheri

Cheryl Coker, soprano (Millsaps College)
Janette Sudderth, piano (Millsaps College)

 

Pirin - suite for solo viola …………………………………………………………………………… Dobrinka Tabakova

Elitsa Atanasova, viola (University of Georgia)

 

Youth Gardens............................................................... Lynnsey Lambrecht (Bradley University)
I. Sow and Reap
II. African Violets and Jades
II. Seeds

Matthew Hoch, baritone (Auburn University)
Ben Harris, piano


Break


3:00-4:00 PM

Poindexter 211

Paper: "Advocating for Music by Women Online: A Workshop for Identifying Best Strategies" (25 minutes)

Kathryn Woodard

Paper: “Julia Klumpke: Overview of her Works and Life” (25 minutes)

Christina Placilla (Winston-Salem State University)

Poindexter 408

Lecture Recital: "Claude Arrieu, The Forgotten Genius." (25 minutes)

Malinda Haslett, soprano (University of Southern Maine)
Chuck Dillard, piano (Portland State University)

Lecture Recital: “Romanian Dances (in the style of Bartók) for Violin and Piano by Hilda Jerea” (25 minutes)

Susan Keith Gray, piano (University of South Dakota)
Laura Kobayashi, violin (Main Street Music Studios, Fairfax)

Kossen Auditorium

Lecture Recital: "Violin and Piano Performance: The Romances of Amy Beach and Clara Schuman (25 minutes)

Greg Hankins, piano
Serena Scibelli, violin

Lecture Recital: “가위 ("Scissors"): Fantasia Toccata by Jiyoun Chung” (25 minutes)

April Kim (St. Olaf College)

 


4:00-5:00 PM

Poindexter 211

Paper: “21st Century North American Art Songs for Younger Singers: An Overview" (25 minutes)

Dorea Cook (Valdosta State University)

 

Poindexter 408

Lecture Recital: "The Lost Romantic: Metastasio Songs of Louise Reichardt" (25 minutes)

Amy Pfrimmer, soprano (Tulane University, New Orleans)
Dreux Montegut, piano (Loyola University, New Orleans)

Lecture Recital: “Riparian: relating to or living or located on the bank of a natural watercourse (such as a river) (25 minutes)

Shawna Pennock, saxophone
Serena Scibelli, violin

 


5:00 PM

Kossen Auditorium

Concert No. 3

Komorebi: tree escape light……………………………………………………………………………………. Miho Sasaki 
I. Filter 
II. Earth bed 
III. Scatter

Gail Levinsky, alto saxophone (Susquehanna University)

 

Visions - Piano Suite No. 2 Op. 152 ……………………………………………………….Carmen Petra-Basacopol
I. Nocturnal vision - Dance of the Stars
II. Shepherd's vision - Sunset in the Hillside Village
III. Sacred Vision - Wooden Crosses
IV. Meditation - The Graves of Ancestors
V. Vision of a Treasure - Icons Painted on Glass
VI. Cosmic Vision - Dance of Sun Rays in the Golden Waves of the River

Valentin Bogdan, piano (Mississippi University for Women)

 

Asphyxia....................................................................................................................................Nicole Chamberlain

Mary Matthews, flute (Tennessee Tech University)

 

Toward the Other Shore for solo violin…………………………… Suzanne Sorkin (Saint Joseph's University)

Megan Lee Karls, violin (Enid Trio)

 

Passionate Tango…………………………………………………………Olga Harris (Tennessee State University)

Bonnie Oppenheimer, oboe (Mississippi University for Women)
Julia Mortyakova, piano (Mississippi University for Women)

 

Chanson et Passepied, Op. 16 (1951) …………………………………………..…… Jeanine Rueff (1922-1999)
Tableaux de Provence (1955) ……………………………………………………..…… Paule Maurice (1910-1967)

Bart Walters, saxophone (University of North Georgia)
Vivian Doublestein, piano (University of North Georgia)

 

Sonata in A major for Clarinet & Piano………………………………………… Alice Mary Smith (1839-1884)
I. Allegro
II. Andante
III. Allegro pastorale

Timothy Bonenfant, clarinet (Angelo State University)
Martha Saywell, piano (Texas A&M University, San Antonio)

 


Break

Reception prepared and hosted by Mississippi University for Women students in the Culinary Arts program for festival participants and special guests. Meet in the Poindexter lobby immediately following the 5 p.m. concert to walk over to Shattuck Hall for the reception.


8:00 PM

Kossen Auditorium

Concert No. 4

Concertstück in C sharp minor, Op 40 ……………………………………………………………Cécile Chaminade
Pivot …………………………………………………………………………………………….Eurydice Osterman

Julia Mortyakova, piano (Mississippi University for Women)
Valentin Bogdan, piano (Mississippi University for Women)

 

Impromptu No. 1 for Flute and Oboe (1967)………………………………………….. Thea Musgrave (b. 1928)
Trio for Flute, Oboe and Piano (1968) ……………………………………………Madeleine Dring (1923-1977)

Mary Matthews, flute (Tennessee Technological University)
Michael Adduci, oboe (Tennessee Technological University)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

Contes de Fées.......................................................……………............................Augusta Holmes (1847-1903)
1. La Chanson de L'Oiseau Bleu 
2. La Lampe Merveilleuse
3. La Belle du Roi
9. La Belle aux Cheveux D'Or
10. Les Voix du Rêve

Kristen Sullivan, soprano (University of North Texas)
Sarah England, piano (University of North Texas)

 

Long Distance……………………………………………………………………Dayton Kinney (Duke University)

Serena Scibelli, violin
Christy Banks, clarinet (Millersville University of Pennsylvania)
Kathryn Woodard, piano

 

Lilac………………………………………………………………………………………….……Stephanie Ann Boyd (b. 1990)
Dùbhlacht :“ Darkness” and Faoilleach: “ Wolf ” …………………..………………………….…....Siobhán Cleary (b. 1970)
Reflection and Mechanical Angels…………………….……………………….……………………….Cristina Spinei (b. 1984)
Widening Circles………………………………………………….……………………….…………Andrea Clearfield (b. 1960)

Holly Roadfeldt, piano (Lafayette College)

Deep Within, Far Without ……………………………………………………………………………Melika M. Fitzhugh

Serena Scibelli, violin
Soo Goh, clarinet (Kutztown University of Pennsylvania)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

A Stitch in Time ……………………………………Cherise Leiter (Metropolitan State University of Denver)
I. k2, p2
II. slip1, k1, psso
III. work cable
IV. yon
V. p2, k2

Megan Gray, viola

 

 

Legacy …………………………………………………………………Lynnsey Lambrecht (Bradley University)
I. I Am
II. Storm-Racked
III. Forgotten

Iwao Asakura, baritone (Tarleton State University)
Cheryl Lindquist, piano

 

Images of Sae-ya sae-ya …………………………..……Gui Sook Lee (Korea National University of Arts)

Serena Scibelli, violin
Megan Gray, viola
Daria Binkowski, flute
Christy Banks, clarinet (Millersville University of Pennsylvania)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 


Friday, March 8th

9:00–10:00 AM

Poindexter 211        

Paper: “Clara Schumann—The Female Voice of the Romantic Generation” (25 minutes)

Deborah Popham (Sam Houston State University)

Paper: “Internal Conflict in Vivian Fine’s “The Lover in Winter Plaineth for the Spring” from Four Songs (25 minutes)

Alexandrea Jonker (McGill University)

Poindexter 408

9:00 Paper: “Recently Published Vocal Works of Madeleine Dring” (25 minutes)

Wanda Brister (Florida State University)

9:30 Lecture Recital: "The Mystery of A. Giffels" (25 minutes)

Michael Underwood (University of Arkansas at Little Rock)
Naoki Hakutani, piano

 


10:00 AM

Kossen Auditorium 

Concert No. 5

Apparitions, Mvmts I & II ………………………………..…………………………..…………………………….… Rain Nox

Stephanie Patterson, bassoon
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

Four Paintings by Grant Wood …………………………………….………………………………… Barbara York
I. Stone City, Iowa
II. Young Corn
III. American Gothic
IV. Parson Weem's Fable

Jeremy Crawford, tuba (University of Alabama)
Kevin Chance, piano (University of Alabama)

 

Sintra for alto flute and violoncello………………………………………………… Ursula Mamlok (1923-2016)
I. With intensity
II. Very fast
III. Calmly

Rotations for cello and piano……………………………………….………………… Ursula Mamlok (1923-2016)
I. Andante con moto
II. As from afar, wie von Ferne
III. Sehr ruhig

Kelsey Wright McDonald, flute (Northwestern State University of Louisiana)
Paul Christopher, cello (Northwestern State University of Louisiana)
Chialing Hsieh, piano (Northwestern State University of Louisiana)

 

 

 

 

Infinite ………………………..……………………….……………………..… Niloufar Iravani
everyone...everything................................................................................................ Kari Besharse
Another to echo ………………………………….…………………………………. Ania Sundstrom
I.
II.
III.

Figmentum
Daria Binkowski, flute, voice, and toy piano
Kyle Rowan, clarinet, voice, and toy piano
Ania Sundstrom, voice, toy piano, and percussion

 


12:00 PM (Noon)

Kossen Auditorium

Concert No. 6

Selections from "Singing in the Northland"...................................................... Martha Hill Duncan
The Star 
Life (After the French) 
Grey Rocks and Greyer Seas 
Daisy Time 
Rainfall

Dorea Cook, mezzo soprano (Valdosta State University)
Jonathan Levin, piano

An Adventure for Two Clarinets …………………….…………………………………………… Karen Amrhein
I. The Journey
II. A Prayer
III. Then, a Game

See Me for Two Clarinets ………………………………………………………………………….… Tara Islas
I. Inspiring
II. Passionate
III. Fearless

Lynda Dembowski, clarinet (United States Naval Academy Band, Towson University, Anne Arundel Community College)
Amanda Morrison, clarinet (Fairmont University, West Liberty University)

The Windrush Madrigals …………………………………………………..… Margaret Griebling-Haigh (b. 1960)
I. The Queen Was Seen Bedeck'd in Green
II. Swans and Willows
III. Sir William's Frolic

Lisa Perry, clarinet (East Tennessee State University)
Heather Killmeyer, oboe (East Tennessee State University)
Esther Park, piano (East Tennessee State University)

            At Break of Day Nothing the Clover Blossoms …………………….. Clara Kathleen Rogers (1844-1931)
At Break of Day
Confession
Nothing
The Clover Blossoms

Alexandra Zacharella, trombone & euphonium (University of Arkansas-Fort Smith)
Elizabeth Momand, piano (University of Arkansas - Fort Smith)

Niobe ...................................................................................................................... Thea Musgrave
Pibroch ................................................................................................................ Melinda Maxwell

Mary Lindsey Bailey, oboe (University of Alabama)

 

The Mariko Suite ……………………………………………….……………………… Catherine McMichael (b. 1954)
I. Pearls
II. In the Rain
III. Winter Doves
IV. A Fisherman

Jessica Spafford, soprano (Judson College)
Brianne Little, flute (Fairmont State University)
Cindy St. Clair, piano (Judson College)

 


Break


3:00-4:00 PM 

Poindexter 211

Paper: "Unwritten Rules for Performing Women Musicians: Gender Discrimination and Sexism on the stage" (25 minutes)

Kimberly Beasley (Jacksonville University)

Paper: “Making the Case for Clara Schumann’s Choruses: Drei gemischte Chöre (1848)(25 minutes)

Elizabeth Lehmann (College of Saint Rose)

Poindexter 408

Lecture Recital: Five Betjemen Songs: The Life and Influences of Madeleine Dring (25 minutes)

Orit Amy Eylon (University of the Incarnate Word) 
Blythe Cates (University of the Incarnate Word & Texas State University)
Cheryl Cellon Lindquist, piano

            Lecture-Recital: “Rebecca Clarke’s Viola Sonata: The Centenary of a Masterwork” (25 minutes)

Amanda Wilton, viola (Creighton University)
Evelyn Dias, piano (Divine Word College)

 

Kossen Auditorium

Lecture Recital: "A Short Survey into the Piano Repertoire of Present-Day American   Women Composers. August Read Thomas Joan Tower, and Jennifer Higdon” (50 minutes)

Part I: Thomas Etude No. 1 and Tower No Longer Very Clear Nos. 1 & 2 (25 Minutes)
Part II: Higdon Secret and Glass Gardens (25 Minutes)   

                        Alison Chiang, piano (Eastman School of Music)

           


4:00-5:00 PM

Poindexter 211

            Paper: “A discussion of selected chamber works by Germaine Tailleferre” (25 minutes)

Brittney Patterson (University of Montevallo)

Paper: “Electrifying Performances: Discussing Works that Utilize Technology by Female Composers” (25 minutes)

Jennifer Piper (Delta College)

Poindexter 408

Lecture Recital: “To Russia with Love: Maria Mirzoeva's Vocalises for Studio Use and Beyond” (25 minutes)

Kristen Sullivan, soprano (University of North Texas)
Sarah England, piano (University of North Texas)


5:00 PM

Kossen Auditorium

Concert No. 7

 

The Spirituals of Jacqueline B. Hairston ..............………………....................... Arranged by Jacqueline Hairston

Kimberley Davis, soprano (The University of Southern Mississippi)
Joseph Brumbeloe, piano

 

A Star Ferry Ride……………………………………………………… Hon Ki Cheung (University of Minnesota)

Jeremy Crawford, tuba (University of Alabama)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

Re:pair …………………………………………………………………………………………………… Alex Shapiro

Rebecca Johnson, flute (Eastern Illinois University)
Elizabeth Sullivan, oboe (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

The Sun ............................................................………......................................................... Rushaniya Nizamutdinova

Acousmatic Piece

Songs of Bronze ………………………………………………………………………………….Nicole Russell          
I. When I Rise Up
II. Let Me Not Hate
III. Hope

Chuck Chandler, tenor
Kathryn  Woodard, piano

 

Light Pedals for solo piano........................................................................................................ Kelley Sheehan

Jonathan Levin, piano

 

Arabesque ................................................................................. Germaine Tailleferre (1892-1983)
Sonata for clarinet & piano ..................................................................... Jennifer Higdon (b.1962)
I. Calmly
II. Declamatory

Timothy Bonenfant, clarinet (Angelo State University)
Martha Saywell, piano (Texas A&M University)

 

Portrait (Valse Chantée)……………………………………………………..………………… Cécile Chaminade (1857-1944)
Villanelle ………………………………………………………………………………………… Eva Dell'Acqua (1856-1930) 
Tasting Notes ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Kathryn Cernauskas

Jessica Spafford, soprano (Judson College)
Brianne Little, flute (Fairmont State University)
Cindy St. Clair, piano (Judson College)

 


Break

Reception hosted by the Music by Women Festival for participants and special guests. Meet in the Poindexter lobby immediately following the 5 p.m. concert to walk over to the reception.

 


8:00 PM

Kossen Auditorium 

Concert No. 8

 

Water Play ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Rushaniya Nizamutdinova
The Games of Dionysus …………………………………………………………………………………………… Lilia Rodionova
Toccata ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….… Tatiana Chudova

Julia Mortyakova, piano (Mississippi University for Women)
Valentin Bogdan, piano (Mississippi University for Women)

“Dual Lives” Botanical Obsessions ……………………………………………………………………….……… Elizabeth Brown
I.  Milky Bellflower ……………………………………………………………….………………………………… Maggie Payne
III. Chaste Tree Reflections ………………………………………………………………….………………….… Maggie Payne
Sometimes the City is Silent …………………………………………………….……………………… Janice Misurell-Mitchell
revamper …………………………………………………………………………………………………..………… Anne la Berge

Daria Binkowski, flute

How Do I Love Thee? …………………………………………………………………………………………… Edna Longoria

Iwao Asakura, baritone (Tarleton State University)
Jonathan Levin, piano

Magic Sky Fairy ………………………………………………………………………………..…. Elizabeth Kennedy Bayer

Megan Karls, violin (Enid Trio)
Megan Gray, viola
Stephanie Patterson, bassoon

Talisman ………………………………………………………………………Olga Harris (Tennessee State University)

Dorea L Cook, mezzo soprano (Valdosta State University)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

Tre Sanger (Three Songs) …………………………..………………………………………………………… Elfrida Andrée
Op. 8 En vacker höstdag (A beautiful autumn day) ………………………………………………………… Elfrida Andrée
Vi ses igen (We will see each other again).………………………………………………..………………… Elfrida Andrée
Visa en vårmorgon (Song on a spring morning) ……………………………………………………………… Elfrida Andrée
Aftonklockan (Evening clock) …………………….……………………………………………..…………… Amanda Maier
Sången (The song) …………………………..……………………………….………………………………… Amanda Maier

Anna Hersey, soprano (University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh)
Matti Hirvonen, piano

 

Midsummer Moon (1924)…………………………………………………………………………………….Rebecca Clarke
Elfentanz………………………………………………………………………………………………………….Florence Price

Blue Piece for Violin and Piano (2010)………………………………………………………………………….. Libby Larsen
Impressions (1977)……………………………………………………………………………………………...Gwyneth Rollin

Laura Kobayashi, violin
Susan Keith Gray, piano

 

Reflections: Variations on a Medieval Norwegian Chant ……..……..…… Katherine Hoover Kokopeli
Winter Spirits ……………………………………………………………………………..…… Katherine Hoover Kokopeli

Brianne Little, flute (Fairmont State University)

 

Through the Surface of Still Water ……………………………… Dylann Miller (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Megan Karls, violin (Enid Trio)
Timothy Bonenfant, clarinet (Angelo State University)

 

Sonate pour flute et piano, Op. 64 …………………………………………………………Mel Bonis (1858-1937)
III. Adagio
II. Scherzo-Vivace
Forlane ………………………………………………………………………………… Germaine Tailleferre (1892-1983)
Concertino pour Flûte, Op.107 …………………………………………………Cécile Chaminade (1857-1944)

Emily Stumpf, flute (University of South Carolina Aiken)
Yewon Han, piano (University of South Carolina)

 


Saturday, March 9rd

9:00–10:00 AM

Poindexter 211

Paper: "Blending Styles and Cultures: The Music of Toshiko Akiyoshi" (25 minutes)

Alexandra Zacharella (University of Arkansas - Fort Smith)

Paper: " An Introduction to an Operetta: Pauline Viardot's Le dernier sorcier for the Young Opera Studio" (25 minutes)

Lydia Beasley

Poindexter 408

Lecture Recital: “Rebecca Clarke’s Prelude, Allegro, and Pastorale for Clarinet and Viola (25 minutes)

Emily McIvor, clarinet (Creighton University)
Amanda Wilton, viola (Creighton University)

Lecture Recital:  “tonal composition in contemporary music” (25 minutes)

Irina Kirilenko, piano

 


10:00 AM

Kossen Auditorium

 

Concert No. 9

Twelve Waltzes and Finale, Op. 8 …………………………………………………….…… Marie Jaëll (1846-1925)
I. Allegro con brio
II. Moderato
III. Animato giocoso
IV. Allegro fuocoso
V. Capriccioso
VI. Quasi lento con tenerezza
VII. Tempo giusto
VIII. Allegretto cantabile
IX. Allegretto amoroso
X. Andantino melanconico
XI. Allegro armonioso
XII. Allegro dolce fantastico
XIII. Finale. Vivace fuocoso

Jacob Clark, piano (Lamar University)
Sujung Cho, piano (Lamar University)

 

Among Fireflies ........................................................................................... Elainie Lillios (b. 1968)

Jennifer Piper, alto flute, interactive electroacoustic (Delta College)

 

Four Scenes from the Bike Trail …………………………………………………….……………………… Nicole Russell
I. Morning Routine
II. Stop by the Murky Creek
III. Caught in a Storm
IV. Under a Shady Tree

Cheryl Lindquist, piano

 

Silent Illumination …………………………………………………………………………………………….… Chih-Chen Wei
Aeolian Muses ………………………………………………………………………………………………... Nancy Galbraith

Lori Baruth, clarinet (Morehead State University)
David Oyen, bassoon (Morehead State University)
Chialing Hsieh, piano (Northwestern State University)

 

rhizome ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….… Jessi Harvey 

Cassie Lear, flute
Olivia Valenza, b-flat clarinet
Alexandra Hecker, bass clarinet
Caitlin Frasure, piano

 


12:00 PM (Noon)

Kossen Auditorium

Concert No. 10

Children’s Song …………………………………………………………………………………………………………Anonymous
Awaken ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….Rhonda Head
Creator………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Anonymous
From Afar ………………………………………………………………………………………………..Dvorjak/Rhonda Head 

Rhonda Head, mezzo-soprano 
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

            Music on a Quiet Song …………………………………………………….………………Jean Coulthard (1844-1931)

Laurel Swinden, flute (Wilfrid Laurier and Guelph Universities)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

Love, Honor, Words ……………………………… Charity Lofthouse (Hobart and William Smith Colleges)

Charity Lofthouse, soprano (Hobart & William Smith Colleges)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

Cenzontle ………………………….……………………………………………………………………….……… Andrea Aguirre
I. Nuestra Rutina 
II. Estoy en una Jaula   
III. ¡Vuela Lejos!

Deborah Saidel, flute (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Soo Goh, clarinet (Kutztown University of Pennsylvania)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

“Box of Misfit Toys”  Is a bell...a bell? ....................................................................... Vanessa Lann
Clangor..................................................................................................................... Monica Pearce
Tre Ritratti del Tempo .................................................................................................. Silvia Corda

Daria Binkowski, toy piano (2), bicycle bells, toy psaltery

 

Flights of Fancy …..……………………………………………………………………………… Elizabeth Raum (b. 1945)
I. Taking Off
II. Gliding
III. Barnstorming

Soo Goh, clarinet (Kutztown University of Pennsylvania)
Joanna Hersey, tuba (The University of North Carolina at Pembroke)
Anastasia Bryant, piano (Fayetteville State University)

 


Break


3:00-4:00 PM

 

Poindexter 211

Paper: “Nadia Boulanger: Composer Interrupted: The Boulanger Influence on 20th Century Choral Music” (25 minutes)

Elizabeth Lehmann (College of Saint Rose)

Paper: "Blanche W. Walton: An Unofficial Music Agent to Ruth Crawford (25 minutes)

Emily Eubanks (Florida State University)

Poindexter 408

Lecture Recital: "Capturing Timelessness and Eternity: Libby Larsen's De Toda la Eternidad" (25 minutes)

Hayley Zavada Coughlin, soprano (James Madison University)
William Reber, piano (Arizona State University)

Lecture Recital: “Jean Coulthard's Music for Flute: A Canadian Arts Pioneer” (25 minutes)

Laurel Swinden, flute (Wilfrid Laurier University/University of Guelph)
Jonathan Levin, piano

Kossen Auditorium

Lecture Recital: “Seeking Refuge” – working title of new music by Barbara York" (25 minutes)

Ruth Morrow, piano (Midwestern State University)

  Lecture Recital: “Music by Women Composers from the Early 20th Century” (25 minutes)

Joanna Goldstein, piano (Indiana University Southeast)
Susan Reigler

 


4:00-5:00 PM

Poindexter 211

Paper: “Moving Out of the Drawing Room and Into the Voice Studio: The Songs of Maude Valerie White(25 minutes)

Elizabeth Momand (University of Arkansas – Fort Smith)

Paper: “Pedagogical Approaches and Analysis to Incorporate Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize Winning Anthracite Fields into Music Courses” (25 minutes)

Lynnsey Lambrecht (Bradley University)

 

Kossen Auditorium

Performance– (25 minutes)
From All That Dwell Below the Skies by Rebecca Remley
Arise, Beloved by Rosephanye Powell
Hushaby by Ellen Gilson Voth
Sing to the Lord arr. Alice Parker
Beside the Still Waters by Andrea Ramsey
In Remembrance by Eleanor Daley
The Word Was God by Rosephanye Powell

Louisiana Tech University Concert Choir
John M. Petzet, conductor
Guy Twyman, piano

Louisiana Tech University Concert Choir:
Sopranos: Hailey Bereziuk, Paulina Guerra, Brenna Prewitt, Courtney Cavender, Emma McGee
Altos: Blaise Caldwell, Mariha Beadle, Elizabeth Dighton, Rose Emery, Madison Gay, Brianna Guy, Ashley Henderson, Emily Hahn, Joi McCormick, Kamryn Murphy, Kyndall Roberts, Lauren Theis, Tranchell Watson, Savannah Walters, Annabelle Toups, Lauren Hartt, Hannah Hunter, Remington Myers
Tenors: Will Flowers, Jensen Gates, Leevi Morris, Garrett Brown, ThankGod Okosodo, Briggan Tinker, Sean Camp
Basses: Jacoby Johnson, Patrick Luther, Osiris Turner, Gavin Bordelon, Jason Elie

 


5:00 PM

Kossen Auditorium

Concert No. 11

 

Living in the Body ..........................................................................................................Lori Laitman (b. 1955)

  1. Burning the Woods of my Childhood
  2. Living in the Body
  3. Not for Burning
  4. Lost at Table
  5. Bring on the Rain
  6. Crossroads

Rebecca Coberly, soprano (The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley)
Cynthia Cripps, alto saxophone (The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley)
           
Forward Looking Back  ................ Dorothy Hindman (Frost School of Music, University of Miami)
I. Turning Apples, Slicing Screws
II. Concentricity
III. Implicit Wish
IV. Release
V. Wanting - Night Music
VI. Linger

Jonathan Levin, piano

 

A and Arirang ............................................................................................................................... Youngnan Park

Ji Hee Kim, soprano (James Madison University)
Dr. Hyun Kim, piano

 

3x2 for flute and clarinet ……………………….………………………………………………………………… Lita Grier
I. Presto
II. Adagio expressivo
III. Vivace 

Steam ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….… Chelsea Komschlies 
I. The Inventor's Workshop
II. Rusty Cogs and Filigree
III. Clockwork
IIII. Flying Machine

Erin Murphy, flute (Oklahoma State University)
Babette Belter, clarinet (Oklahoma State University)

 

Emily! Musical Settings of the Poems of Emily Dickinson ………………………..………. Gwyneth Walker
I. My Letter to the World
II. The Moon and the Sea
III. The Frog in the Bog
IV. Hope (with Feathers)
V. Passion
VI. Joy
VII. All I have to Bring

Dorothy Maddison, soprano (James Madison University)
William Reber, piano (Arizona State University)

 

Sonata for Trumpet......................................................... Olga Harris (Tennessee State University)
I. Allegro Brillante
II. Adagio con spirito
III. Allegro con brio
IV. Adagio grazioso
V. Allego con fuoco

James J. Zingara, trumpet (University of Alabama Birmingham)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

Budapest 1919 …………………………………………………………………………………….………… Kathryn Woodard
I. Locusts
II. Konditorei
III. Scarlet

Deborah Popham, soprano (Sam Houston State University)
Christy Banks, clarinet (Millersville University of Pennsylvania)
Kathryn Woodard, piano

 


Break


8:00 PM

Kossen Auditorium

Concert No. 12

 

In This Garden ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Betty Beath
I. Worm
II. Butterflies
III. Spider
IV. Snail
V. Sparrow

Cheryl Coker, soprano (Millsaps College)
Janette Sudderth, piano (Millsaps College)

 

Effulgence for piano and electronics……..…………..………………………… Rushaniya Nizamutdinova

Julia Mortyakova, piano (Mississippi University for Women)

 

New Stories ………………………………………………………………………………….……… Dorothy Chang (b.1970)
I. Floating Worlds 
II. A Tall Tale Told
Night Bird ...............................………………………………...........................................................Karen Tanaka (b.1961)
Under the Blue ………………………….……………………………….…………………… Catherine Likhuta (b. 1981)

Bart Walters, saxophone (University of North Georgia)
Vivian Doublestein, piano (University of North Georgia)

 

Breathing …………………………………………………………….……… Olga Harris (Tennessee State University)

Deborah Popham, soprano (Sam Houston State University)
Kathryn Woodard, piano

 

Dear Mother...Dear Sister....We Hear You
Our Mothers Celebrated and Unsung Night……………………………………………………….… Florence Price

To a Brown Girl, Dead………………………………………………………………………………Margaret Bonds
Be a Little Savage……………………………………………………………………………………..Margaret Bonds
O De Angels Don’ Bowed Down………………………………………………………………arr. Zenobia Powell Perry
Our Sisters Here and Now
I want Jesus to walk with me……………………………………………………………………………arr. Lori C. Hicks
I don’t feel no ways tired…………………………………………………………………………arr. Jacqueline Hairston

Patrick Dailey, countertenor (Tennessee State University)
Anthony P. McGlaun, tenor
Jeffery Allen Murdock, collaborative pianist (University of Arkansas)

 

Sonata for Flute and Piano ……………………………………….. Melanie "Mel" Helene Bonis (1858-1937)

Deborah J. Saidel, flute (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

Found Objects: On the Beach ……………………………………………………………………………… Jenni Brandon
I. Tumbled Stones
II. Kelly Green Sea Glass
III. Driftwood
IV. Black Feather on the Sand
V. White Sea Glass
VI. Seashells

Enid Trio
Megan Karls, violin
Megan Gray, viola
Stephanie Patterson, bassoon

 

Cante Jondo ……………………………………………………………………………………………..... Elaine Fine (b.1959)
I. Canción de Jiete (Rider's Song)
II. El Grito (The Cry)
III. La Lola (Lola)
IV. La Solea (Sad Andalusian Song)
V. El Llanto (The Weeping)

Rebecca Johnson, flute (Eastern Illinois University)
Jonathan Levin, piano

 

Out of Darkness ……………………………………………………………………………… Whitney E. George (b.1986)
I. In the beginning
II. fitted into wood, burned
III. O hunger
IV. to hide your own heartbeat
V. if you wake me tonight
VI. so too is my body
VII. before lighting you to fire

Kristin Leitterman, oboe/English horn/soprano (Arkansas State University)
Emily Trapp Jenkins, piano (Arkansas State University)

 

 

This project is supported in part by funding from the Mississippi Arts Commission, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.