Saturday, April 12, 2014

Music For Life Episode 59 - DePauw Underground, Accompanists, Bobby McFerrin

This week, in Music for Life...

Bonnie Whiting and Veronica Pejril tell us about an exciting Experimental Music Night coming up...

Anna talks to soprano Elleka Okerstrom about her rapidly-approaching senior recital...

Bobby McFerrin
Dean McCoy talks to pianist Amanda Hopson about the hardest job in show biz...

Mezzo Brooke Addison and bassist Jacob Peterman tell Burke Stanton about their junior recital next weekend...

and hot on the heels of Chanticleer's visit, voice professor Caroline Smith comes in to talk about the phenomenal Bobby McFerrin, our next Green Guest Artist!


From the DePauw University Orchestra's Concerto Competition Winners' concert directed by Orcenith Smith on April 6, 2014, pianist Rachel Robin performs the first movement of Prokofiev's third piano concerto, op. 26

soprano Emily Barnash performs the "Song to the Moon," from Antonin Dvorak's opera "Rusalka;" soprano Julie Strauser performs "C'est l'histoire amoureuse" from Auber's opera Manon Lescaut

clarinetist Dan Hickey performs the third movement from Louis Spohr's fourth clarinet concerto

cellist Peter Lockman performs the first movement from Sait-Saens' cello concerto, op. 33

and baritone Blake Lampton performs "Largo al factotum" from Rossini's "The Barber of Seville."

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