Saturday, April 11, 2015

Music For Life Episode 84 - Choir Concert, Orlando Cela, Student Piano Trio, Maya Beiser

In this week's episode of Music For Life, Music From DePauw...

Orlando Cela '97
Orlando Cela, '97
Choir director Kristina Boerger comes in to tell us about a divine choir concert...

with the string chamber music class about to give its semester-end performance, Anna talks to a piano trio that's getting ready to knock our socks off...

picking up from last week, we present the conclusion of my conversation with Green Guest Artist Maya Beiser...

and we have a special visit with 1997 DePauw graduate, flutist and conductor Orlando Cela, back on campus with a pair of performances and some stellar advice for our 21st Century Musicians!


From a concert of March 15, 2015, Kristina Boerger leads first the DePauw University Chorus in a performance of Cesar Alejandro Carrillo's "Ave Maria," and then the DePauw Chamber Singers, with soloist Sara Blanton, in a performance of Stephen Chatman's "Prairie Lullaby" and "Chickadee." 

From the Faculty Select Series concert of April 8, 2015, School of Music Alumnus flutist Orlando Cela performs Eric Chasalow's "Over the Edge." 

From their concert of March 16, 2015, the DePauw Faculty Woodwind Ensemble (Anne Reynolds, Flute; Leonid Sirotkin, Oboe; Randy Salman, Clarinet; Kara Stolle, Bassoon; Robert Danforth, Horn; and student Daniel Hickey, Bass Clarinet) perform the third and fourth movements from Leos Janacek's "Mladi." 

From their concert of March 8, 2015, the DePauw University Band, under the direction of Craig Paré, perform Ralph Vaughan-Williams' "Toccata Marziale."

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