Music For Life Episode 71 - Improvised Chamber Music, Percussion Ensemble, Weinstein/Baruch, Arcomusical, Student Teaching
This week, on Music For Life, Music From DePauw...
we talk to Eric Edberg and members of the Improvised Chamber Music ensemble, who are preparing a concert for us...
Matt Skiba talks to three senior music education majors about to embark on their student teaching adventures...
percussion professor Bonnie Whiting comes by to tell us about an interesting history-themed program from our Percussion Ensemble
and we look forward to TWO Faculty Select Series performances this week-- we have a chat about the fascinating berimbau quartet Arcomusical, and faculty pianist Anthony Weinstein and guest cellist Yotam Baruch tell us about their upcoming concert!
All of the music played on this episode comes from performances which took place during our Dvorak and America festival.
First, Bass-baritone Kevin Deas and pianist Joseph Horowitz perform Burleigh's arrangement of the spiritual Deep River.
Bass-baritone Kevin Deas and pianist Professor Emeritus Claude Cymerman perform "From the Land of Sky-blue Water," by Charles Wakefield Cadman.Pianist Shiyu Su performs Arthur Farwell's "Navajo War Dance No. 2.
"The DePauw Chamber Singers under the direction of Kristina Boerger perform Arthur Farwell's "Pawnee Horses."
Pianist Emily Chen performs Louis Moreau Gottschalk's "The Banjo."
Pianist Megan Kessler performs Scott Joplin's "Gladiolus Rag."
The DePauw Male A Capella Choir under the direction of Kristina Boerger performs an arrangement of "Deep River" sung by the Fisk Jubilee Singers.
Pianist Erin Tolar performs the fourth, in F-Major, of Antonin Dvorak's Humoresques, op. 101.