Friday, March 6, 2015

Music For Life Episode 81 - Maya Beiser, Roberto Sierra, Choral Ensembles, Darcy McCoy, Fifth House

In this episode of Music For Life, Music From DePauw...

Maya Beiser
Maya Beiser
choir director Kristina Boerger fills us in on what our choral ensembles are bringing us in their upcoming concert...
Hannah talks to three of our students who had the opportunity to be coached by visiting composer Roberto Sierra...
Anna chats with Elleka Okerstrom and Dan Hickey about what's happening with the Fifth House residency this week...
piano faculty member Darcy McCoy comes in to invite us to her solo recital of Spanish and Latin American music...
and cello professor Eric Edberg talks with me about our next Green Guest Artist, the phenomenal Maya Beiser!

From the chamber music concert of our Music of the 21st Century festival featuring guest composer Roberto Sierra, Darcy McCoy performs Sierra's piece Toccata. 

From our student recital hour of March 4th, 2015, saxophonist Spencer Schillerstrom and pianist Nicholas Reynolds perform two movements from John Williams' piece "Escapades," "Reflections" and "Closing In." 

From her CD "World to Come," Maya Beiser performs John Tavener's "Lament to Phaedra." 

From their performance of March 4th, 2015, the DePauw University Jazz Band, under the direction of Steve Snyder, performs Frank Mantooth's "Angelika."

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