Monday, April 6, 2015

Music For Life Episode 83 - Concerto Competition Winners, ISO with Alice Sara Ott, Amy Lynn Barber, Maya Beiser

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

Maya Beiser
Maya Beiser

Matt Skiba catches up with some of the winners of our annual Concerto Competition, whose concert is right around the corner...

Anna Gatdula chats with some students about our next Green Guest Artists concert —the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra with guest pianist Alice Sara Ott...

I welcome back our former dean, professor Amy Lynn Barber, for a concert honoring her years of service to DePauw featuring former students and colleagues...

and we present the first part of a wide ranging interview with Green Guest Artist Maya Beiser, who shared a wealth of good advice with our 21st Century Musicians during her visit to DePauw!


From the "Percussive Celebration" honoring Professor Amy Barber, here are cellist Ruth Marshall and percussionists Amy Lynn Barber, Dave Dwinell, Heather Sloan, and Bonnie Whiting performing the third movement, "Dying like the soft breath of butterflies," from the piece "Dueling with time, bartering for minutes of existence," composed by Carlos Carillo Cotto.

From the Student Recital Hour of Wednesday, March 18th, 2015, DePauw alum Josiah Rushing performs "Loops IV," by Phillipe Hurel.

From the Student Recital Hour of Wednesday, March 18th, 2015, DePauw alum Patrick Speranza performs "She Who Sleeps with a Small Blanket," by Kevin Volans.

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