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January 2009

Thursday, January 15th

April 2009

Thursday, April 16th

Friday, April 17th

  • Laudie Porter Guest Artist Concert: Emily Lodine, mezzo soprano, Nicola Melville, piano
    • Distinguished mezzo soprano Emily Lodine will perform a recital of favorites and surprises at Carleton College. Lodine has appeared with the Chicago Symphony, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Philip Glass Ensemble and at Carnegie Hall under the baton of John Rutter, and she is a member of the Grammy- nominated group Conspirare. Acclaimed for her vocal skills and ability to inspire audiences, Lodine will perform music of Bach, Bolcom and Mahler, as well as Schumann's beloved song cycle "Frauenliebe und Leben." Lodine will also offer a master class open to the public.
    • 8:00 pm, Concert Hall

May 2009

Sunday, May 24th

January 2010

Sunday, January 31st

  • Faculty Recital: Laura Caviani, piano
    • Faculty Recital “Songs by Alec Wilder” Laura Caviani, piano Patricia Kent, soprano Rick Penning, tenor Gwen Anderson, horn Gordon Johnson, bass Phil Hey, drums Alec Wilder’s music is rare in that it bridges the gap between jazz and classical music. He was prolific and collaborative, composing major works for numerous jazz and classical artists. The program will include solo and duet performances by Kent and Penning accompanied by Caviani, the Sonata #3 for Horn and Piano with Anderson, and the Laura Caviani Trio featuring Johnson and Hey.
    • 3:00 pm, Concert Hall

February 2010

Friday, February 12th

  • Laudie D. Porter Guest Artist Concert: A Most Sweet Glance- The Blossoming of the Burgundian Spirit in Song, 1390-1440
    • Asteria - Sylvia Rhyne, soprano, Eric Redlinger, tenor and lute. Just like the shy lover who is knocked off his feet by the merest glance from the object of his affections, the music of medieval Burgundy, is infused with the sweetness and explosive passion of new love. Asteria’s latest program, “A Most Sweet Glance,” is the result of extensive archival research during their sabbatical year in France in 2006/2007. Largely drawn from anonymous compositions from the last decade of the 14th century and very beginning of the 15th, this body of work reflects the little-known era of “Dufay’s teachers”, and contains many of the elements that will later be the hallmarks of the mature Burgundian style that swept Europe during of the middle of the 15th century. Sylvia Rhyne is a 1978 music major graduate of Carleton. She was honored by her class for Distinguished Achievement at their 25th reunion.
    • 8:00 pm, Concert Hall

January 2011

Sunday, January 16th

  • Faculty Recital: Music for Wind Instruments, Piano, and Voice
    • Martha Jamsa, flute, Merilee Klemp, oboe, Nina Olsen, clarinet, Gwen Anderson, horn, Jackson Bryce, bassoon, Nicola Melville, piano, Patricia Kent, soprano, with student musicians Emily Ager, Emily Cogsdill, Andrew Peters, and Karen Eash. Join us for a wide-ranging program of works for winds with piano and voice including: British composer Ian Kellam’s “Voice and Visions - Diversions on Mortality - settings of poems by Charles Causley” featuring soprano Pat Kent; “Introit”, a wind octet by Carleton composer Alex Freeman which will feature Carleton students filling in the paired oboe, clarinet, horn, and bassoon parts; the out-of-season but always-wonderful “Summer Music” by Samuel Barber for wind quintet alone; and rounding out the program, the exuberant “Sextet for Piano and Wind Instruments” by Francis Poulenc featuring Carleton’s Nicola Melville on piano.
    • 3:00 pm, Concert Hall

May 2011

Saturday, May 7th

October 2011

Sunday, October 23rd

  • Faculty Recital: Patricia Kent, soprano, Edward Turley, piano
    • This “Night and Day — Songs about Day and Songs of the Night” concert presents an eclectic and entertaining recital. It will explore songs of composers from Richard Strauss and Claude Debussy to Duke Ellington and Cole Porter.
    • 3:00 pm, Concert Hall

April 2012

Saturday, April 21st

May 2012

Friday, May 4th

  • Faculty Recital: Nina Olsen
    • “The Voice and the Clarinet” Nina Olsen, clarinet. Mary Laymon, soprano. Mary Jo Gothmann, piano.
    • 8:00 pm, Concert Hall

Thursday, May 10th

January 2014

Friday, January 17th

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Sunday, April 26th

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