DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

 

FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORT

 

FOR JULY 1, 2000 TO JUNE 30, 2001

 

 

 

I.          Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Borwick, Susan

 

Review of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge: American Patron of Music, Music Library Association Notes, December 1999: 416-418 [appearing summer of 2000]

 

Biedermann and the Firebugs, role of the professor, Nov. 4, 2000

 

Aaron Copland Concert, guest lecturer, Sept. 14, 2000

 

Baptist Women in Ministry, North Carolina Annual Convocation, Charlotte, NC, pianist

 

Knollwood Baptist Church, numerous solo piano and conducting appearances

 

Knollwood, They Came Bearing Gifts, original script and musical arrangements

 

Bowen, C. Kevin

 

Contributing Research Associate, Teaching Music Through Performance in Beginning Band, GIA Publications, January 2001

 

Numerous performances with the following WFU music ensembles:

      Marching Band

      Wind Ensemble

      Jazz Ensemble

      Symphonic Band

      Trumpet Ensemble

     

Commencement Brass Ensemble (serve as ensemble coordinator).

 

Individual Performances with Piedmont Wind Symphony and Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony.

 

Carrasco, Jacqueline

 

Hausmusik. “20th Century Chamber Music for the Home.” Furious Artisans, August 2000.

 

Broken Consort. Cygnus debut recording. CRI, September 2000.

 

Foothills Chamber Music Festival.

        Concert. Davis Chapel, Wake Forest University Hospital. August 3, 2000.

        Concert. SECCA, Winston-Salem. August 9, 2000.

        Concerts. Reynolda House, Winston-Salem. August 5 and 12, 2000.

        Live radio broadcast. WFDD. August 11, 2000.

 

Chamber music concert (violin, voice, and piano). Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. September 14, 2000.

 

Joseph Smith Collection Celebration and Dedication. Rare Books Room, ZSR Library, WFU. September 28, 2000.

 

Aaron Copland Centennial Concert. Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. September 17, 2000.

 

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Cygnus (six member cooperatively-run new music ensemble). Season concert. Merkin Concert Hall, New York

City. October 17, 2000.

 

Guest performer on faculty recital (Peter Kairoff). Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. November 12, 2000.

 

Chapel Hill Chamber Orchestra concert. Principal second violin. Morehead Planetarium, UNC Chapel Hill.  

 November 18, 2000.

 

Kennedy Center Honors Gala Performance. Solo violinist in performance with the Mark Morris Dance Group.      

        Kennedy Center, Washington D.C. December 6, 2000.

        National television broadcast on CBS. December 27, 2000.

 

Cygnus. Season concert. Merkin Concert Hall, New York City. January 10, 2000.

 

Triad Tangofest. Producer and performer.

      Concert. Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. February 2, 2001.

      Milonga performance. Vintage Theatre, Winston-Salem. February 3, 2001.

      Concert. Recital Hall, UNC at Greensboro. February 5, 2001.

 

Cygnus. “People’s Symphony” sponsored concert. Washington Irving High School. New York City. March 17, 2001.

 

Bach Birthday Celebration.

        Live radio broadcast. WFDD. March 12, 2001.

       Concert. Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. March 21, 2001.

 

Solo violinist in performance with the Mark Morris Dance Group.

      Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. March 30-31, 2001.

      Lied Center, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. April 3, 2001.

      Hult Center for the Performing Arts, Eugene, OR. April 5, 2001.

      Laxson Auditorium, California State University, Chico, CA. April 7, 2001.

 

Cygnus. New Jersey Composers’ Guild Concert. Trenton, NJ. May 20, 2001.

 

Carter, Stewart

 

“Trombone Pitch in the Eighteenth Century: An Overview.” In Posaunen und Trompeten: Geschichte Akustic, Spieltechnik. Ed. Monika Lustig. Michaelsteiner Konferenzberichte, vol. 60.  Blankenburg (Germany): Stiftung Kloster Michaelstein, 2000. Pp. 53-66.

 

Review review of  N. Gombert, Dezilde al cavallero and L. Senfl, Missa Paschalis, both ed. by M. Davenport (Landmark Press), in The American Recorder  vol. 52, no. 2 (March 2001). P. 20.

 

Co-director, 16th Annual Early Brass Festival, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, July 26-28, 2000.

 

Clinician on early winds, Amherst Early Music Festival/Workshop, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, July 28-Aug. 12 2000.

 

Clinician on early winds, Mideast Recorder Workshop, LaRoche College, Pittsburgh, PA, July 12-18, 2000.

 

Clinician on early winds, Triangle Recorder Society Annual Workshop, Chapel Hill, NC, Mar. 30, 2001.

 

Concerts with Wake Forest Consort:

“La Forza d’Amore”: Music and Dance of Renaissance Italy, Brendle Recital Hall, Jan. 30, 2001.

 Reception for Lady Margaret Thatcher, Reynolda Hall, Feb. 16, 2001.

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Concerts as Director of Instrumental Collegium Musicum:

German Music of the Seventeenth Century. Brendle Recital Hall, Nov. 16, 2000.

500 Years of Music Printing, Brendle Recital Hall, Apr. 10, 2000.

Various performances at University Chapel Services, Benson Center.

 

Music Director for University Theatre production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Aug/Sep. 2000.

 

Dixon, Patricia

 

 July, 2000; Guest Artist at the 17th Annual Guitar Workshop at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; The University of Cincinnati.

 

December, 2000; Guest Artist at The North Carolina  School of the Arts;  Workshop / Presentation for Intensive Arts Week.

 

December, 2000; Guest Performer with the Wake Forest Concert Choir; Fall Concert and Love Feast.

   

Goldstein, Louis

 

“20th-Century Music Interest Group,” published in The Bulletin for the Society for American Music, Vol. XXVI, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 2000.

 

Aaron Copland Centennial Concert, Brendle Recital Hall, Sept. 14, 2000.

 

Solo recital program, Brendle Recital Hall, Jan. 25, 2001.

 

Master Class for Piano Seminar, New England Conservatory, Boston, MA, Feb. 2, 2001.

 

Solo Piano Recital, New England Conservatory, Boston, MA, Feb. 5, 2001.

 

Gorelick, Brian

 

Wake Forest Concert Choir Additional Performances:

      Opening Convocation, Wait Chapel, 9-28-00.

      Moravian Lovefeast, Wait Chapel, 12-3-00.

      Augsburg Lutheran Church, Winston-Salem, N.C., 4-1-01.

            Mahler Concert, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra Series, Salisbury, N.C., 4-8-01.

            Baccalaureate, Wait Chapel, 5-20-01.

 

Hagy, David

 

Conductor, WFU Faculty & Student recital:  “Aaron Copland 100th Anniversary Celebration”, Sept 14, 2000.

 

Conductor, Salisbury Symphony:  “Masterpieces of the 18th Century”, Oct 21, 2000, (guest artist, Charles Neidich).

 

Conductor, WFU Orchestra:  Annual Halloween Concert, Oct 31, 2000.

 

Conductor, Catawba College:  “Applause”, Nov 15-18, 2000.

 

Narrator/Performer, Raleigh Symphony:  “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”, Nov 19, 2000.

 

Conductor, WFU Orchestra:  Fall Final Concert, Nov 30, 2000.

 

Conductor, Salisbury Symphony:  “Nutcracker”, Dec 17, 2000 3:00 & 7:30, (guest artists, Greensboro Ballet).

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Violinist, Krista Duran (student) recital:  Ravel “Introduction & Allegro”, Feb 28, 2001.

Conductor, WFU Orchestra:  Concerto Competition Concert, March 7, 2001.

 

Conductor, Salisbury Symphony:  Mahler Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection”, April 8, 2001.

 

Conductor, WFU Orchestra:  Final Spring Concert, April 23, 2001.

 

Bassist, WFU Chamber Music Concert:  Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, April 30, 2001.

 

Heard, Richard

 

October 1, 2000 Recital – Fayetteville State University: Fayetteville, North Carolina.

 

October 2, Masterclass – Fayetteville State University.

 

October 3, 2000 Radio Broadcast – WFSS Classical Sampler.

 

October 22, 2000 Raleigh Oratorio Society – Tenor Soloist in Haydn’s Creation.

 

October 29, 2000 Faculty Recital – Wake Forest University.

 

November 5-7, 2000 Middle Tennessee State University – Mozart Requiem.

 

November 16, 2000 Collegium Musicum Performance – Bollius Oratorio.

 

December 2-3, 2000 Winston Salem State University – Bach Magnificat.

 

December 10, 2000 First Baptist Church, Winston Salem – Handel’s Messiah.

 

February 14, 2001 High Point University – Recital of African American Art Songs.

 

February 18, 2001 UNCG – Recital of African American Art Songs.

 

March 21, 2001 Bach Birthday Concert – Wake Forest University.

 

May 10-12, 2001 Greensboro Symphony Orchestra – Beethoven Ninth Symphony.

 

Kairoff, Peter

 

CD Recording: “Flute Sonatas from the Italian Baroque”, with flutist Karl Kraber, Equilibrium Records, #EQ40.  

 

Faculty Recital, WFU, with T. Radomski, soprano.  Music of Rachmaninov, DeFalla, Mozart. 9/10/00.

     

Faculty Recital, WFU.  All-Brahms recital.  Solo piano works, and the Trio for Piano, Horn and Violin, 11/12/00.

 

Piano Recital, Georgia College and State University.  Music of Brahms, 11/13/00.

 

Radio Broadcast, WFDD, “Live From Brendle”,  music of Bach, 3/12/01.

 

Faculty Recital, WFU, “Bach birthday Concert”  Solo harpsichord and chamber works by Bach, 3/21/01.

 

Solo Harpsichord , Venice, Italy.  Sonatas and concerti by Galuppi:  Venice Baroque Orchestra, 5/25/01.

 

Levy, David

 

Two articles (“Thomas Massa Alasager” and “Wolfgang Robert Griepenkerl” in New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd edition (2001).

 

Program Notes: Winston-Salem Symphony, 2000-2001 season.

 

Violinist: Performance of Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring (Chamber version), Brendle Recital Hall, September 14, 2000.

 

Principal Second Violinist: Performance of Handel’s Messiah, Winston-Salem Mozart Club, 1st Assembly of God, December 3, 2000.

 

Guest conductor: Messiah Moravian Church Christmas Lovefeasts (December 24, 2000).

 

Levy, Kathryn

 

Chautauqua Symphony ,  June 30, 2000 – August 22, 2000; the Chautuaqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY ;

piccolo and flute;  24 symphonic concerts and 2 performances of 2 operas.

 

Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony, September 2000 – June 2001; Principal Flute,  56 concerts.

 

Charlotte Symphony, September 2000 – May 2001; Substitute flute and piccolo, 25 concerts.

 

September 14, 2000; WFU Faculty Concert, Aaron Copland Centennial Concert, Brendle Recital Hall.

 

January 21, 2001; Chamber Music Concert, Music at Ardmore Methodist Church Chamber Music Series.

 

February 8, 2001; Soloist for Founders Day Convocation, Wait Chapel.

 

February 24, 2001; Opus 5 (WFU Faculty Woodwind Quintet) Concert, Brendle Recital Hall.

 

February 25, 2001; Principal Flute, Greensboro Opera, Barber of Seville, Greensboro Coliseum.

 

March 21, 2001; Faculty Chamber Music Concert, Bach’s Birthday, Brendle Recital Hall.

 

May 25, 2001; Opus 5 (WFU Faculty Woodwind Quintet) Concert, Reynolda House.

 

Locklair, Dan

 

Recent music publications of LOCKLAIR works:

 

May  2000, Shepherds Rejoice (for SATB chorus, cappella), Subito (Presser).

                       

May  2000, Christ Was Born in Bethlehem (for SATB chorus, a cappella), Subito (Presser).

                       

May  2000, En natus est (Motet for SSAATTBB chorus and SA chorus, a cappella), Subito (Presser).

 

June 2000, Jubilo (A Prelude for Organ), [Commissioned by the American Guild of Organists for the 2001 Regional Competitions for Young Organists (RCYO)],        Ricordi (Hal Leonard).

           

June 2000, A Christmas Carol (for SATB choir, a cappella), Ricordi (Hal Leonard).

                       

July 2000, Gloria (for SATB chorus [divisi], brass octet & percussion), Subito (Presser).

                       

July 2000, St. Peter’s Rock (Anthem for SATB chorus, Trumpet and Organ), Subito (Presser).

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Recent music publications of LOCKLAIR works:

                       

July 2000, Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (for SATB chorus and organ),        Subito (Presser).

                       

March 2001, Reynolda Reflections (A Trio in Five Movements for Flute, Cello and Piano), Subito (Presser).

                       

March 2001, A Pilgrim’s Lot (A Concert Piece for Band), Subito (Presser).

                       

March 2001, Pater Noster (Motet for SSAATTBB, a cappella),        Subito (Presser).

 

March 2001, Fanfare for organ, Subito (Presser).

 

March 2001, O Sacrum Convivium (Motet for SSAATTBB, a cappella), Subito (Presser).

                       

March 2001, From the Mountains (Three Traditional American Songs for High Voice and Piano), Subito (Presser).

                       

March 2001, The Boswell Songs (for high voice and piano), Subito (Presser).

 

March 2001, Freedom (for TTBB chorus and piano), Subito (Presser).

Recent commercial CD recordings of LOCKLAIR works:

 

Summer 2000, Windows of Comfort (excerpts from Two Organbooks), Gothic (Koch), Douglas Cleveland, organ.

                       

January 2001, Go, Tell It!       (from A Spiritual Pair), Organ Classics, Marsha Foxgrover, organ.

 

Spring 2001, Ayre for the Dance (for organ), Naxos, Ji-Yoen Choi, organ.

                       

1. Recent WORLD PREMIERES of LOCKLAIR works:

 

Reynolda Reflections (A Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano), premiered by the Foothills Chamber Ensemble at the Foothills Chamber Music Festival 2000 (David Shimoni, piano; Rebecca Troxler, flute; Paige Riggs, cello).  [Composed for four American chamber ensembles with the assistance of a North Carolina Composer Fellowship Award, a state agency]  

18 August 2000 – Salem College, 8:00 P.M., Winston-Salem, NC.

19 August 2000 – Reynolda House Museum of American Art, 8:00 P.M., Winston-Salem, NC.

 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (Montréal) for choir and organ, premiered by the Montreal Boys’s Choir Course, John Scott (Music Director of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London), conductor, Patrick Wedd (Music Director of Christ Church Cathedral, Montréal), organ.  [Commissioned by the Montreal Boys’s Choir Course in honor of their 40th anniversary],

27 August 2000 – Christ Church Cathedral, Montréal, Canada.

 

Jubilo (A Prelude for Organ), premiered by Dan Locklair in an all-Locklair recital.  29 October 2000 - West Market Street United Methodist Church, Greensboro, NC.

 

A Pilgrim’s Lot (A Concert Piece for Band), premiered by the Wake Forest University Wind Ensemble (Kevin Bowen, Conductor).  5 December 2000 – Brendle Recital Hall of Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC.

 

Pater Noster (Motet for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella), premiered by the St. Thomas Fifth Avenue Choir of Men and Boys (Gerre Hancock, Organist and Master of the Choristers).            21 January 2001 – St. Thomas Church, New York City.

 

Fanfare for organ [Commissioned by the 2001 Chicago International Organ Festival], premiered by Dan Locklair, organ, 18 February 2001 – Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL.

 

Freedom (A Choral Piece for TTBB choir and Piano based on Maya Angelou’s poem “Equality”), [Commissioned by the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus], premiered by The New York City Gay Men’s Chorus (Barry Oliver, Artistic Director), 24 March 2001 - Linser Auditorium, Washington DC.

           

Te Deum laudamus (You Are God) [for SATB choir, divisi, soloists and organ], St. Paul’s Choir, Dan Locklair, conductor, 4 May 2001 – St. Paul’s Chamber Society, Houston, TX.

 

2. Recent CANADIAN PREMIERES of LOCKLAIR works:

 

Holy Canticles ( Three Canticles for SSAATTBB chorus, a cappella), premiered by the Elmer Iseler Singers of Toronto (Lydia Adams, Conductor), 7 May 2000 on 1999-2000 Subscription Series at St. James Cathedral, Toronto, Canada.

 

Tapestries (for SSAATTBB choir, piano and bells), premiered by the Elmer Iseler Singers of Toronto (Lydia Adams, Conductor), 6 November 2000 at Massey Hall New Music Festival, Toronto, Canada.

 

Gloria (for double choir, brass octet and percussion),  premiered by the Amadeus Choir and the Hannaford Street Silver Band (Lydia Adams, Conductor), 13 December 2000 on 1999-2000 Subscription Series at Metropolitan United Church, Toronto, Canada.

 

3. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR works:

 

Selected known performances of LOCKLAIR compositions-

 

Reynolda Reflections (A Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano)

 

12 November 2000, Mallarmé Chamber Players, 2000-2001 Subscription Series, Durham Arts Council Concert Hall, Durham, NC.

           

4 May 2001, St Paul’s  Chamber Music Society, In concert : The Music of Dan Locklair, St. Paul’s Chamber Music, Society,            St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Houston, TX.

           

Brief Mass (for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella)

 

11 June 2000, The St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (Gerre Hancock, Organist/Master of the Choristers), St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, England.

 

21 January 2001, The St.Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (Gerre Hancock, Organist/Master of the Choristers), St. Thomas Church  Fifth Avenue, New York City.

           

Brief Mass (for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella)

 

4 May 2001, St Paul’s Choir (Robert Brewer, Conductor), In concert : The Music of Dan Locklair, St. Paul’s Chamber Music Society, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Houston, TX.

           

Freedom (A Choral Piece for TTBB choir and Piano based on Maya Angelou’s poem,“Equality”)

 

31 March 2001, The New York City Gay Men’s Chorus (Barry Oliver, Artistic Director), Symphony Hall , Boston MA.

 

2 April 2001, The New York City Gay Men’s Chorus (Barry Oliver, Artistic Director), Carnegie Hall, New York City .


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3. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR works:

 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (Montréal) for choir and organ

 

18 November 2000, The Choir of Men and Boys of St. Paul’s Cathedral (John Scott, Director), St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, England.

 

Phoenix (solo organ version from PHOENIX FANFARE AND PROCESSIONAL)

 

8 October 2000, Margaret Mueller, organ, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, NC.

 

8 February 2001, Donald Armitage, organ, Wait Chapel, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC.

 

Constellations (Concerto for Organ and Percussion)

 

21 February 2001, Judy Connelly, organ, Eugenie Burkett, percussion, Goodson Recital Hall, Shenandoah Conservatory, Winchester, VA.

 

Sonata da chiesa (1998) for flute and organ                              

 

2 April 2000, Diane Smith Young, flute; Helen VanAbbema Rodgers, organ; St. James Concert Series, Fairhope, AL.

 

30 April 2000, Susanna Self Huppert, flute; André Lash, organ;            St. John’s Baptist Church, Charlotte, NC.

 

7 May 2000, Julie Frye, flute; John Mueller, organ; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, NC.

 

4 June 2000, Carrie Swing, flute; David Donathan, organ; The Cathedral Church of St. Luke and St. Paul;

Charleston, SC

 

29 June 2000; Zofie Vokalkova, flute; Kathleen Scheide, organ; Klementinum; Prague, Czech Republic.

 

27 August 2000; Heidi Baxter, flute; Donna Butler, organ; Mary Keane Chapel Organ Recital Series; Enfield Shaker Museum; Enfield, NH.

 

Jubilo (A Prelude for Organ)

 

24 September 2000; Dan Locklair, organ; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC.

 

18 February 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; All Locklair recital at 2001 Chicago International Organ Festival; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL.

 

Alleluia Dialogues (for double choir, a cappella, and bells)

 

18 February 2001; The Morning Choir (John Sherer, Director); Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL.

           

Ayre for the Dance (for organ)                                   

 

2 July 2000; 2000 AGO National Convention; Plymouth Congregational Church; Seattle, WA.

 

29 October 2000; Dan Locklair, organ; Market Street United Methodist Church; Greensboro, NC.

 

18 February 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; 2001 Chicago International Organ Festival; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL


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3. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR works:

 

Dona Nobis Pacem (Motet for SATB, a cappella)

           

18 February 2001; The Morning Choir (John Sherer, Director); Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL.

 

Creation Canticles (A Song Cycle for Soprano and Organ)

 

22 October 2000; Phyllis Bryn-Julson, soprano; Donald Sutherland, organ; Griswold Hall of Peabody Conservatory of Music; Baltimore, MD.

 

Poems ‘n Pairs (A Set of Two Choral Cycles for Children’s Voices and Piano) [excerpts]

 

12 November 2000; 2000 Elementary Honors Chorus of the NC Music Educator’s Association; Maribeth Yoder-White, Guest Conductor;     Steven Center; Winston-Salem, NC.

 

Windows of Comfort (Two Organbooks)

 

21 January 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Trinity Episcopal Church; Fort Wayne, IN.

 

5 February 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; First United Methodist Church;          Brevard, NC.

 

25 February 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Grayce B. Kerr Gothic Hall; The University of Oklahoma; Norman, OK.

 

16 March 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Clapp Recital Hall; The University of Iowa; IA.

 

19 March 2000; Marie Rubis Bauer, organ; Westminster Presbyterian Church; Lincoln, NE.

 

Windows of Comfort (Two Organbooks), continued 

 

31 March 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Southwest Michigan Chapter of the American Guild of Organist; First United Methodist Church of Kalamazoo; Kalamazoo, MI.

 

10 April 2000; Kevin Vogt, organ; Saint Cecilia Cathedral; Omaha, NE.

 

14 May 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; U.S. Military Academy (Cadet Chapel); West Point, NY.

 

18 June 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Washington National Cathedral; Washington, DC.

           

27 August 2000; Patrick Wedd, organ; Christ Church Cathedral; Montréal, Canada.

 

8 October 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Christ Church; Macon, GA.

 

29 October 2000; Dan Locklair, organ; West Market Street United Methodist Church; Greensboro, NC.

 

5 November 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Doylestown Presbyterian Church; Doylestown, PA.

 

19 November 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; November Organ Recital Series; Independent Presbyterian Church; Birmingham, AL.

 

3 December 2000; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Woolsey Hall; Yale University; New Haven, CT.

 

18 February 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; All Locklair recital at 2001 Chicago International Organ Festival; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL.

 

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3. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR works:

 

4 May 2001; St Paul’s Choir (Robert Brewer, Conductor); In concert : The Music of Dan Locklair; St. Paul’s Chamber Music Society; St. Paul’s United Methodist Church; Houston, TX.

 

Inventions for organ

 

18 February 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; All Locklair recital at 2001 Chicago International Organ Festival; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL.

 

Rubrics (A Liturgical Suite for Organ in five movements) [N.B. Rubrics is now such a solid repertoire piece that it is impossible to know even a small number of the performances of it world-wide. The listing below is but a sampling.]

 

3 June 2000; Florence Jowers, organ; Hauptkirche St. Petri; Hamburg, Germany.

7 June 2000; Florence Jowers, organ; St. Stephan’s Church; Vienna, Austria               .

 

12 June 2000; Jonathan Biggers, organ; Holy Trinity Anglican Church Organ Festival; Geneva, Switzerland.

           

22 October 2000; Holly Ann Berquist, organ; First Covenant Church; Lincoln, NE.

 

29 October 2000; Dan Locklair, organ; All Locklair recital; West Market Street United Methodist Church;

Greensboro, NC.

 

18 February 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; All Locklair recital at 2001 Chicago International Organ Festival; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL.

           

31 January  2001; Vincent Edwards, organ; Great Music at St. Bartholomew’s; Saint Bartholomew’s Church;

New York, NY,

 

11 February 2001; John Sherer, organist; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL.

           

4 May 2001; Marilyn Keiser, organ;    In concert : The Music of Dan Locklair; St. Paul’s Chamber Music Society; St. Paul’s United Methodist Church; Houston, TX.

 

Down to the Roots of the World [from A CHRISTMAS PAIR] for SATB choir and organ

 

24 December 2000; The Choir of The Church of the Covenant (Todd Wilson, Director); The Church of the Covenant; Cleveland, OH.

 

Shepherds Rejoice (Two Christmas Anthems, a cappella)

 

1, 2, 5 December 2000; The Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Artistic Director); 2000-2001 Concert Series; Christ United Methodist Church;          Greensboro, NC.

 

24 December 2000; St. Paul’s Choir; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC.

 

3 – 10 March 2000; Spring 2000 East Coast Tour; Wake Forest University Concert Choir.

 

Triptych for Manuals

 

29 October 2000; Dan Locklair, organ; All Locklair recital; West Market Street United Methodist Church;

Greensboro, NC.

 

18 February 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; All Locklair recital at 2001 Chicago International Organ Festival; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL.

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Compact Disc Recordings:

 

Songs and Sonatas of Handel

Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble.  Dale Higbee, music director & recorders; Teresa Radomski, soprano; Daniel Hannemann, harpsichord; John Pruett, baroque violin; Holly Maurer, viola da ganba.  White Sound Studio-704-528-4810  (released   January, 2001).

 

Bach and His Peers

Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble.  Dale Higbee, music director & recorders; Teresa Radomski, soprano; Daniel Hannemann, harpsichord; John Pruett, baroque violin; Holly Maurer, viola da ganba.  White Sound Studio-704-528-4810  (released   March, 2001).

 

Cantatas and Concertos of Bach

Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble.  Solo cantatas: “Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut” BVW 199, “Ich bin vergnügt“ BVW 1055a, Aria:  “Kann ich nur Jesum mit zum Freunde machen“ BVW 105.  Dale Higbee, music director & recorders; Teresa Radomski, soprano; Daniel Hannemann, harpsichord; John Pruett, baroque violin; Holly Maurer, viola da ganba.  White Sound Studio-704-528-4810  (released   May, 2001).

 

Concert:  Mass in B Minor  (in commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the death of J.S.Bach).

Soprano Soloist with Piedmont Chamber Singers and Orchestra; Hanes Auditorium, Salem College, June 4, 2000.

 

Presentation:  American Music Listening Discovery.   For American Correlations 2000; Orchard Gap Institute and The Reynolds Homestead of Virgina Tech; July 10, 2001.

 

Singing Director:  The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark.   Ring Theatre, WFU;  August 17-September 2, 2000.

 

Recital:  Songs and Arias of Bach, Mozart, Vaughan Williams, de Falla, Villa-Lobos and Rachmaninoff; with Jacqui Carrasco, violin and Peter Kairoff, piano; Brendle Recital Hall, WFU; September 10, 2000.

 

Celebration and Dedication:  The Joseph E. Smith Music Manuscript Collection.  Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams, with Jacqui Carrasco, violin; Rare Books Room,  Z. Smith Reynolds Library, WFU;  September 28, 2000.

 

Performance:  Halloween Orchestra Concert.  Acting/Singing with WFU Symphony Orchestra, David Hagy, conductor; Brendle Recital Hall, WFU; October 31, 2000.

 

Performance:  French Mélodies  (in commemoration of “French Week”).  With Richard Heard, tenor and Pamela Howland, piano; Forsyth Country Day School, Winston-Salem;  November 17, 2000.

 

Concert:  German Music of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries;Oratorio on the Nativity of St. John the Baptist  (Daniel Bollius).  Soprano soloist with Collegium Musicum, Brian Gorelick and Stewart Carter, directors; Brendle Recital Hall, WFU; November 16, 2000.

 

Concert:  Songs and Sonatas of Hande; Six German Songs  with Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble.

Chapel, St. John’s Lutheran Church; Salisbury (NC);  November 26, 2000.

 

Performance:  Songs by Charles E. Ives.  With Louis Goldstein, piano for Honors Class (R. Ulery), SFAC, WFU; November 30, 2000.

 

Concert:  Bach and His Peers.  Arias by Bach and Handel, Solo Cantata by Buxtehude with Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Chapel, St. John’s Lutheran Church; Salisbury (NC); January 21, 2001.

 

Concert:  La Gioiosa – Music and Dance from Renaissance Italy.  With the New York Historical Dance Company and the Wake Forest Consort; Brendle Recital Hall, WFU; January 30, 2001.

Radomski, Teresa - continued

 

Concert:  Bach Birthday Bash!  Arias from Cantatas, Duet from Mass in B Minor, ‘Happy Birthday/ Cantata #51’ arrangement with R.Heard, tenor; P.Kairoff, harpsichord; J.Carrasco, violin; K. Levy, flute; Brendle Recital Hall, WFU; March 21, 2001.

 

Concert:  Cantatas and Concertos of Bach.    Solo cantatas: “Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut” BVW 199, “Ich bin vergnügt“ BVW 1055a; Aria:  “Kann ich nur Jesum mit zum Freunde machen“ BVW 105 with Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Chapel, St. John’s Lutheran Church; Salisbury (NC); March 25, 2001.

 

Music Director & Arrangements:  School for Scandal  (Sheridan).  Music arrangements from copies of original manuscripts by Thomas Linley (1733-1795); Incidental Music for Play performed by WFU University Theatre; April 6-15, 2001.

 

 

II.        Papers and Presentations

 

Borwick, Susan

 

“New Program Directors, Managers and Leaders,” Women’s Studies Program Administrators & Directors Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June 13, 2001, session organizer and chair.

 

“New Programs: Including All Women in Women’s Studies,” National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June 14-17, 2001, session co-organizer and co-chair.

 

“Amy Beach, American Woman at the Piano,” Reynolda House, Oct. 22, 2000.

 

“The Myth of the Superwoman”, invited speaker, ARAMARK Women’s Leadership Conference, (statewide managers), WFU, May 1, 2001.

 

“The Myth of the Superwoman”, invited speaker, ARAMARK Women’s Leadership Conference, (top managers company-wide), Pinehurst, NC, May 30, 2001.

 

Carter, Stewart

 

“Othon Vandenbroek on the Horn: One Author, Two Perspectives.” International Historic Brass Conference, in conjunction with the Utrecht Early Music Festival, Utrecht, the Netherlands, 26-28 August 2000.

 

 “Trombone Ensembles of the Moravian Brethren in America: Some New Avenues for Research." Fourth Bethlehem Conference on Moravian Music, Bethlehem, PA, 24-27 October 2000.

 

Panel on Brass Historiography. “Toronto 2000: Musical Intersections.” Toronto, Ontario, 4-6 November 2000.

 

 “The Guetter Family: Musical Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America.” Annual meeting, American Musical Instrument Society, Asheville, NC, 24-27 May 2001.

 

Chaired Session on Musical Instruments and Instrumental Music at Annual Meeting of Society for Seventeenth-Century Music, Lancaster, PA, April 19-22, 2001.

 

Levy, David

 

Guest Lecture, UNC-Greensboro Composition, History, Theory (CHT) Lecture/Concert Series: “Clash of the Titans: ‘Urtext’ Meets Tradition.”, October 12, 2000.  

 

 

III.       Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Borwick, Susan

 

National Women’s Studies Association Council of Program Administrators & Directors.

 

Baptist Women in Ministry, North Carolina, board, secretary.

 

National Women’s Studies Association Journal reader.

 

Carter, Stewart

 

Executive Editor, Historic Brass Society Journal.

 

Editorial Board, Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music (online journal).

 

Editoral Board, Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society.

 

Board of Directors, Historic Brass Society.

 

Levy, David

 

Advisory Board: American Beethoven Society.

 

Program Advisory Committee: Winston-Salem Symphony (8 hours).

 

Secrest Artists Series Advisory Committee (8 hours).

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Contributing Editor, Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University

Website:  http://www.wfubmc.edu/voice.

 

Consultant, Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University.  Patients referred to me for theraputic voice/singing training; 90-minute sessions (average).

 

IV.       External Grants Received