Spring 2017 Schedule of Events
All performances are held in Pardington Hall and simultaneously broadcast over the web at www.nyack.edu/WNYK and on 88.7FM locally. For a complete listing of events this semester, visit www.facebook.com/nyackcollegeschoolofmusic/events
Friday, March 17th • 7 :00 PM
Junior Instrumental Performance major, Zachary DeLong performs trumpet works by Haydn, Goedicke, Bach, Himes, and Rachmaninov.
Saturday, March 18th • All Day Event
One day of lectures, recitals and a Granados 150th anniversary concert in a nurturing environment at the idyllic Nyack College Rockland campus overlooking the Hudson River. Featured artists are Jed Distler, famed pianist, composer and radio host, Nuno Marques, pianist, Mariel Mayz, pianist and composer, Tammy Lum, Nyack College faculty and Pianist Founder, Shelley Jameson, soprano, colleagues and friends. Open to the public. For more information, visit www.hudsonriverpianofest.org
Wednesday, March 22nd • 12:30 PM
Dr. Marie Herseth-Kenote, Director
J.S. Bach’s birthday, his 332nd, will be celebrated with performances of music by J.S. Bach, and his sons W.F. Bach, C.P.E. Bach! Performers will include Dr. Marie Herseth Kenote flute, Dr. Tammy Lum piano, Prof. Craig Williams, organ, and students.
Saturday, March 25th • 7 :00 PM
Junior Vocal Performance majors Misty Brown and Alyssa Rivera perform solo works by Schubert, Schumann, Faure, Chausson, Mozart, Bellini, and Turina.
Wednesday, March 29th • 12:30 PM
Nyack College’s Trio-In-Residence with Dr. Tammy Lum, piano; Prof. Sungrai Sohn, violin and Dr. Chungsun Kim, cello perform trios by Smetana and Dan Carillo. For more information, visit www.amasitrio.weebly.com.
Wednesday, March 29th • 8:30 PM
An evening of modern music performed by faculty and student studying Music of the Twentieth Century and Beyond (MUS320). Music by John Cage, electronic music, Neoclassical, impressionistic, and original compositions by class members.
Thursday, March 30th • 7 :00 PM
Junior Instrumental Performance major, Benjamin Riley performs guitar works by Bach, Sor, Villa Lobos, Ponce, and more.
Friday, March 31st • 7 :00 PM
Junior Vocal Performance majors Rachel Leal and Stephen Locke perform solo works by Donizetti, Faure, Wolf, Quilter, and Vaughn Williams.
Saturday, April 1st • 4 :00 PM
Senior Music Education major, Marisa Orozco performs flute works by Bach, Mozart, Debussy, Morlacchi, and Rutter.
David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center
Columbus Avenue and 65th Street, New York City
Friday, April 7, 7:30 PM
The more than 100-voice Chorale, students and alumni from the Rockland and Manhattan campuses, will perform a program of classical, contemporary and sacred music at David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center. To purchase tickets in advance, visit http://www.nyack.edu/April7Concert.
Wednesday, April 19th • 8:00 PM
Prof. Sungrai Sohn, Conductor
The Nyack College String Orchestra, comprised of students, faculty, and community instrumentalists will perform Glazunov’s Saxophone Concerto, Op. 109 featuring Prof. Jacob Nevill along with other works.
Thursday, April 20th, 8:00PM
Drs. Tammy Lum & Marie Herseth Kenote, Directors
Students, faculty, and friends perform an eclectic program of vocal, keyboard, and instrumental chamber music. In the elegant ambience of Pardington Hall, the program will feature a variety of musical styles and historical periods.
Friday, April 21st • 8:00 PM
Sunday, April 23rd • 3:00PM
Prof. Shelley Jameson, Director
Nyack College Opera Workshop will present La Traviata by Verdi, fully staged in costume. Set in 19th century Paris, La Traviata focuses on the turbulent and tragic love story between Violetta and Alfredo.
Suggested Donation: $15 adults, $10 children, students, and seniors
Nyack College Wind Ensemble
Nyack College Handbell Choir
Monday, April 24th • 8:00 PM
Dr. Glenn Koponen & Prof. Jennifer Scott, Cond.
Established in 1968, the Wind Ensemble is comprised of students, faculty, and community musicians performing works for concert band under the direction of Dr. Glenn Koponen. Selections by the Nyack Handbell Choir, directed by Prof. Jennifer Scott, will also be performed.
Friday, April 28th • 7:00 PM
Senior Vocal Performance major, Hannah Jang performs solo works by Wolf, Duparc, Y. S. Choi, and selections from Verdi’s La Traviata.