Three Guest Artists Join DePauw School of Music Faculty for Schumann Recital Sunday
October 6, 2006
October 6, 2006, Greencastle, Ind. - Nine DePauw University School of Music faculty members will be joined by three guest artists in a Schumann Chamber Music Recital, this Sunday, October 8. The program, which is presented free of charge, will begin at 3 p.m. in Thompson Recital Hall of the Performing Arts Center.
Scott Spiegelberg, assistant professor of music, will open the concert with a twenty-minute lecture on composer Robert Schumann. That will be followed by performances of:
- Spanische Liebes-Lieder, Op. 138
- Fantasie-Stucke for Klarinette
- Zwolf Gedichte von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35
- Klavier-Quintett, Op. 44
The program will feature guest artists: Alan Bennett, associate professor of voice at Indiana University, Bloomington, who performs throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia; Robin Smith, who is pursuing a doctor of music degree at IU and has sung principal roles with the University of Louisville Opera Theatre; and Peter Stoll, a permanent soloist of the Hungarian Broadcast and is a regular soloist with the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Opera Symphony Budapest, the Plano Symphony Orchestra and the Columbus, Indiana Philharmonic.
DePauw music faculty members who will be performing are: Nicole Brockmann (viola), Hye-Seon Choi (piano), Gabriel Crouch (bass), Amanda Hopson (piano), Dan Rizner (violin), Randy Salman (clarinet), Caroline Smith (soprano), and Keith Tonne (tenor). Allison Edberg, a former professor of violin at DePauw, will also participate.
Founded in 1884, the DePauw University School of Music is one of the oldest in the nation and has an established tradition of educating leaders in virtually every facet of music, including performers, educators, composers and administrators. Learn more here.Back