Sunday, November 8, 2015

Music For Life Episode 95 - Seymour Bernstein, Paré & Weinstein Recital, NATS

This week, on Music for Life, Music from DePauw...

Seymour Bernstein
Seymour Bernstein
voice professor Caroline Smith talks to Dean McCoy about a vocal competition DePauw just finished hosting...

Burke Stanton chats with professor Barbara Paré about an intriguing recital of settings of Emily Dickinson's poetry that she and Tony Weinstein are presenting this week...

we present some terrific performances recently given on the stages of Thompson Recital Hall and Kresge Auditorium...

and Dean McCoy talks with professor Kristina Boerger about a special guest this week, beloved New York-based piano pedagogue Seymour Bernstein, with whom we have a special DePauw connection!


From their concert of October 14, 2015, the DePauw Chamber Players (May Phang, piano; Tarn Travers, violin; and Eric Edberg, cello) present Maurice Ravel's A Minor Piano Trio.

From their recital of October 27, 2015, the DePauw Faculty Woodwind Ensemble (flutist Anne Reynolds, oboist Leonid Sirotkin, clarinetist Randy Salman, bassoonist Kara Stolle, and horn professor Robert Danforth) perform the three movements of Gunther Schuller's Suite: Prelude, Blues, and Toccata.

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