DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES REPORT

JULY 1, 2001JUNE 30, 2002

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II.            Papers and Presentations

III.           Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV.           External Grants Received

 

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Borwick, Susan

 

Review:

 

Musical Women in England, 1870-1914: “Encroaching on All Man’s Privileges” by Paula Gillett

 

Amy Beach, Passionate Victorian: The Life and Work of an American Composer, 1867-1944 by Adrienne Fried Block

 

Ruth Crawford Seeger: A Composer’s Search for American Music by Judith Tick, in National Women’s Studies Association Journal 13/2 (Summer 2001):161-166.

 

Accompanist: The Winston-Salem Children’s Chorus, Diggs Elementary School, 1 performance

 

Percussionist: The Winston-Salem Children’s Chorus, Opening of the Brenner’s Children’s Hospital Tower, 2 performances; Mother’s Day Concert, 1 performance

 

Pianist & Musical Arranger: The Baptist Women in Ministry of North Carolina Annual Convocation, Raleigh, NC

Composer & accompanist: “Praise the Lord!” choral anthem, June 2002

 

Commissioned composer, keyboardist, and musical director: “Me ‘n’ Em’,” May 31, 2002

 

Numerous solo piano, choral conducting, and accompanying appearances, Knollwood Baptist Church

 

Bowen, C. Kevin

 

Contributing Research Associate, Teaching Music Through Performance in Band,Vol 4.  GIA Publications, Summer 2002

 

Numerous performances with the following WFU music ensembles:

        Marching Band

        Wind Ensemble

        Symphonic Band

       

Commencement Brass Ensemble (serve as ensemble coordinator)

 

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

 

Carrasco, Jacqueline

 

CD: Tavener: To a Child Dancing in the Wind & Birtwistle: Entr'Actes and Sappho Fragments. With Heidi Grant-Murphy and the Auréole Trio. Koch International Classics. Released September 25, 2001.

 

Guest artist, Foothills Chamber Music Festival.

        Children’s Concert. Reynolda House, Winston-Salem. August 15, 2001.

        Concert. Shirley Recital Hall, Salem College, Winston-Salem. August 17, 2001.

        Concert. Reynolda House, Winston-Salem. August 18, 2001.

        Concert. Reynolda House, Winston-Salem. August 25, 2001.

 

Carrasco, Jacqueline – continued

 

Violinist, Cygnus Ensemble.

        Presentation to Composers’ Class, CUNY Graduate Center, New York City. September 20, 2001.

 

Solo recital. Brendle Recital Hall, Wake Forest University. October 11, 2001.

 

Violinist, Furious Band.

        Concerts, Cuarto Festival Internacional Música y Escena, Centro Hellenico, Mexico City.

                November 14-15, 2001.

        Concert. Teatro Bellas Artes, Mexico City. November 17, 2001.

 

Cygnus Ensemble.

        Recording session of compositions by CUNY PhD students. Elebash Recital Hall, CUNY Graduate

                Center, New York City. December 13, 2001.

        Season concert. Merkin Concert Hall, New York City. December 16, 2001.

 

Guest Artist, Chamber Music at St. Peter’s.

        Sunday Serenades series concert. Private home, Charlotte. February 3, 2002.

        Noon Concert series concert. St. Peter’s Church, Charlotte. February 5, 2002.

 

Cygnus Ensemble season concert. Elebash Recital Hall, CUNY Graduate Center, New York City.

        February 19, 2002.

 

String quartet concerts with the McIver Trio.

        Brendle Recital Hall, Wake Forest University. March 1, 2002.

        Private home, Greensboro. March 3, 2002.

        Recital Hall, UNC Greensboro, March 4, 2002.

 

Soloist, Wake Forest University Jazz Ensemble Concert. Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. April 18, 2002.

 

Cygnus Ensemble season concert. Ethical Cultural Society, New York City. April 29, 2002.

 

Carter, Stewart

 

"Isabella Leonarda: La Musa Novarese.” Embellishments no. 16 (Spring 2002): 1-2.

 

“The Gütter Family: Musical Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America.” Journal of the

American Musical Instrument Society 27 (2001): 48-83.

 

Faculty member, Mideast Recorder Workshop, Pittsburgh, PA, July 2001

 

Co-director and local-arrangements chair, 17th Early Brass Festival, Winston-Salem, June-July 2001

 

Faculty member, International Double-Reed Rally, Storrs, CT, July 2001.

 

Faculty member, Amherst Early Music Festival/Institute, Storrs, CT, July-August 2001

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Co-director, concert: “The Triumphs of Maximilian,” Wake Forest Collegium Musicum, November 2001.

 

Guest performer with Duke Early Music Ensemble, March 2002.

 

Faculty member, Triangle Recorder Society Workshop, April 2002.

 

Co-director, concert: “This Scepter’d Isle: Music of Renaissance England,” April 2002.

 

Dixon, Patricia

 

May 26-2001- Chamber Music Concert for the Minnesota Guitar Society,  St’ Paul Minnesota.

 

September 20 through 24, 2001- Residency at Albright College, Reading, PA.  Three Lectures on South American Music, and a Solo Performance.

 

October 26, 2001 - Fall Choral Concert at Wake Forest University. Duo performance, with Jeffrey Van.

 

March 8, 2002 – Premiered a commissioned piece, “Concerto for Two Guitars and Chamber Orchestra” by Jeffrey Van, with the Carolina Chamber Symphony. Brendle Hall, Wake Forest University

 

Goldstein, Louis

 

Violin and Piano Recital  (“Eastern Influences: Music of Claude Debussy, John Cage and Lou Harrison”), October 11, 2001, Brendle Recital Hall (with Jacqui Carrasco).

 

Participant, Department of Music tribute to Samuel Adler, piano soloist and accompanist, Feb. 7, 2002, Wait Chapel.

 

“Sonatas and Interludes” by John Cage – a public performance for the Piano Literature class, April 18, 2002, M305.

 

Gorelick, Brian

 

“Planning The Perfect Choral Rehearsal,” in Music Educators Journal, Publication of the Music Educators National Conference, Volume 88, Number 3, November 2001, pp. 28-33.

 

Wake Forest Concert Choir Additional Performances:

Opening Convocation, Wait Chapel, 9-13-01

Moravian Lovefeast, Wait Chapel, 12-2-01

Baccalaureate, Wait Chapel, 5-19-02

 

Wake Forest Collegium Musicum Vocal Ensemble Additional Performances:

Samuel Adler Concert, Wait Chapel, 2-7-02

 

Hagy, David

 

Conductor, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, 10/6 “Elegant Artistry,” Olesiy Koltakov,  pianist

 

Co-Music Director/Keyboardist, Catawba College Production, 10/23-27, “Godspell”

 

Conductor, Wake Forest University Orchestra, 10/31, Halloween Concert

 

Conductor, Wake Forest University Orchestra, 11/29, Masterpieces Concert

 

Rehearsal Conductor/Violinist, Wake Forest Orchestra/Concert Choir/Chorale, 12/6, Bach’s “Magnificat”

 

Conductor, Members of Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, 1/5, “Big Band Bash”

 

Conductor, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, 1/19, “Masterpieces/20th Century,” Derek Bermel, clarinetist

 

Co-Music Director, Catawba College Production, 2/26-3/2, “The Triumph of Love”

 

Conductor, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, 3/3, “Flying!” A Family Concert

 

Conductor, Wake Forest University Orchestra, 3/5, Concerto Competition Concert

 

Hagy, David – continued    

 

Music Director, Wake Forest University Theater Production, 4/12-13, 17-21, “Secret Garden”

 

Conductor, Wake Forest University Orchestra, 5/1, “Festivity and Remembrance”

 

Conductor, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, 5/4, “A Richard Rodgers Celebration”

 

Co-Music Director/Performer, Piedmont Players Production, 6/4-9, 12-15, “Candide”

 

Heard, Richard

 

September 9, 2001-Recital: Parkway United Church of Christ: Winston-Salem, NC

 

November 3, 2001-Wake Forest University: Bellini 200th Birthday Bash

 

November 18, 2001-Recital: Memorial Drive United Methodist Church: Houston, TX

 

December 2, 2001-Greensboro Oratorio Society: Messiah

 

December 9, 2001-Savannah Symphony Orchestra: Messiah

 

December 13-21, 2001-Concert Tour in Germany with Spiritual Voices Ensemble: Dallas, TX

 

January 21, 2002-Recital: High Point University: High Point, NC

 

February 6, 2002- Recital/Masterclass: University of Arkansas: Fayetteville, AR

 

February 24, 2002-Acis and Galatea: Carolina Baroque Orchestra

 

February 28, 2002-Wake Forest University: Acis and Galatea

 

March 11, 2002-Roanoke Symphony Orchestra: Mozart Requiem

 

April 21-23, 2002-Winston Salem Symphony: Mozart Mass in C Minor

 

April 28, 2002-Carolina Baroque Orchestra: Bach Aria Concert

 

April 30, 2002- Beethoven Ninth Symphony: Southern Methodist University: Dallas, TX

 

May 5, 2002-Recital: First Baptist Church: Garland, TX

 

Kairoff, Peter

 

CD sound recording, “Music From Venice”.  Live recording with the orchestra of the Accademia di San Rocco, Venice. 

 

Harpsichord Soloist, Secrest Artist Series, WFU, with the Orchestra of the Accademia di San Rocco, Venice. 

Sept. 7, 2001

 

Lecture/Recital:  “Music and Art”.  Reynolda House Museum or American Art,  Sept. 14, 2001

 

Pre-Concert lecture, Secrest Artist Series, Arcadi Volodos piano rectial, Oct. 25, 2001

 

All-Bellini recital, with T. Radomski, R. Heard, others.  WFU, Nov. 3, 2001

 

Kairoff, Peter – continued

 

Piano Recital with commentary, “Impressionism in Music”, Reynolda House, Nov. 30, 2001

 

Harpsichordist for Bach “Magnificat”, WFU, Dec. 6, 2001

 

Harpsichord Solo Recital, Piedmont Artists Series, High Point, NC.  Feb. 24, 2002

 

Pre-concert lectures, “The Barber of Seville”, for the Piedmont Opera Theatre, April 12, 14 and 16, 2002.

 

Solo piano recital, Quartarezzo, Italy  May 31, 2002

 

Levy, David

 

Program Notes: Winston-Salem Symphony, 2001-02 season

 

Violin soloist: Messiah Moravian Church Christmas Lovefeast (December 24, 2001)

 

Violinist: Good Friday and Easter Services, King Moravian Church, King, NC (March 29 & 31, 2002)

 

Levy, Kathryn

 

June 30, 2001 – August 23, 2002: Piccolo and Flute in the Chautauqua Symphony, Chautauqua, NY.

 

September 2001 – June 2002:  Principal Flute in the Winston-Salem Symphony

 

September 21 & 22, 2001:  Flute and Piccolo, Charlotte Symphony Orchestra Classical Concert, Charlotte, NC

 

September 23, 2002: Locklair Plays Locklair Recital in Wait Chapel. Sonata da Chiesa for Flute and Organ.

 

November 11, 2002: Flute Fest 2001. Produced, directed and performed.

 

January 7, 2002: Hanes Middle School workshop for student flutists.

 

January 19, 2002: Adjudicator for the Student Auditions of the NC Federation of Music Clubs, Crawford Hall, NCSA.

 

January 22, 2002: OPUS 5 Concert (the WFU Faculty Woodwind Quintet), Brendle Recital Hall; Premiere of  Debussy String Quartet arranged for Opus 5 by Mark Popkin.

 

February 21, 2002: Founder’s Day Convocation, Wait Chapel. Sonata da Chiesa for Flute and Organ by Dan Locklair.

 

February 23, 2002: 25th Anniversary Christopher Giles and Lucille S. Harris Competitions in Musical Performance, director,  Brendle Recital Hall.

 

March 8, 2002: Piccolo in Carolina Chamber Symphony Concert, Brendle Recital Hall.

 

March 13 & 14, 2002: Piccolo and Flute in Greensboro Symphony Orchestra Educational Concerts, Greensboro Coliseum.

 

March 22 & 23, 2002: Flute in Charlotte Symphony Orchestra  All Wagner Concert, Charlotte, NC.

 

April 13, 2002: Adjudicator for the NCSA Community Music Honors Recital, Steven’s Center.

 

 

Levy, Kathryn – continued

 

April 16, 2002: Melange Chamber Concert, Davis Chapel, NC Baptist Hospital, Debussy Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp.

 

May 9 & 10, 2002: Flute and Piccolo in Greensboro Symphony Orchestra Concert, Greensboro Coliseum, Mahler’s 5th Symphony.

 

May 15, 2002: Melange Chamber Music Concert, Bermuda Village, Debussy Trio.

 

Locklair, Dan

 

On 1 January 2002, I signed an exclusive publication agreement with Subito Music Corp. (T. Presser, agents). All of my future and presently unpublished scores will be published by Subito.

 

Recent music publications of LOCKLAIR works:

 

Spring 2002, Nunc Dimittis [from Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis] Subito (Presser) (for SATB chorus and organ) – To be sub-published in an internationally released Royal School of Church Music (UK) choral volume celebrating the RSCM’s 75th Anniversary.

 

Spring 2002, With One Accord for solo organ  (in new, innovative organ method from Wayne Leupold Editions/ E.C.

 Schirmer, agents)

 

Recent recording of LOCKLAIR works:

 

DATE OF RELEASE           TITLE                    LABEL                                  ARTIST

 

Autumn 2001        Three Christmas Motets   ACA Digital (Albany)         Atlanta Singers   

                                                                                                                                (David Brensinger, conductor)

 

(N.B. Several independently produced CD's lacking national/international distribution were also produced during the time span of this report, but are not listed.)

 

1. Recent WORLD PREMIERES of LOCKLAIR compositions:

 

A DuBose Heyward Triptych (a three-movement choral cycle for SSSAATTBB chorus, soloists, a cappella) given its World Premiere by The Carolina Chamber Chorale (Timothy Koch, Conductor).  2001 Piccolo Spoleto USA

2, 3, 6 June 2001 at the New Tabernacle Fourth Baptist Church, Charleston, SC  [The Carolina Chamber Chorale commissioned this work.]

 

The Æolian Sonata (three-movement sonata for organ) given its World Premiere by David Arcus, organist. 

2 June 2002, Duke Chapel, Duke University [Commissioned by Duke University in celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the original Æolian pipe organ in Duke Chapel], Durham, NC

 

2. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR compositions:

 

(N.B. With published compositions, the below is but a sampling as I do not know the majority of performances that my works receive. Performances of several works listed below only became known to me after last year's report and are, thus, included here.)

               

Brief Mass (for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella)

 

4 May 2001, 6 May 2001; St. Paul’s Choir (Robert Brewer, conductor); St. Paul’s Chamber Music Society;

St. Paul’s United Methodist Church; Houston, TX

 

2. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR compositions, continued:

 

10 June 2001; The Vocal Arts Ensemble of Durham (Rodney Wynkoop, Conductor); Duke University Chapel, Durham, NC

 

Vocapella (a Swiss choral ensemble); 16 June 2001, St. Laurentius, Bülach; 17 June 2001, Liebfrauenkirche, Zürich;

23 June 2001, Peterskirche, Basel; 24 June 2001, St. Anton, Pratteln

 

29 June 2001; Choir of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church (Robert Brewer, conductor); Washington Cathedral;

Washington, DC

 

1 July 2001; Choir of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church (Robert Brewer, conductor); St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue; New York, NY

 

17 June 2001 (at Association of Anglican Musicians’s National Convention); 17 October 2001; 24 February 2002;

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

 

28 February 2002, 2:00 P.M. (at ACDA [American Choral Director Association] Regional Convention); The Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Artistic Director); Charlotte, NC

 

28 February 2002, 8:00 P.M.; The Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Artistic Director); Queens College, Dana Auditorium, Charlotte, NC

 

28 April 2002 ; Musica Orbium [a professional Canadian choral ensemble] (Patrick Wedd, Director); Christ Cathedral; Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

4, 6 May 2002; Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Artistic Director) subscription series concerts; Christ United Methodist Church; Greensboro, NC

 

Dream Steps (A Dance Suite for Flute, Viola and Harp)

 

9 March 2002; Chamber Music at St. Peter’s Benefit Concert; St. Peter’s Chamber Ensemble; St. Peter’s Episcopal Church; Charlotte, NC

 

Proclaim the Lord (Anthem for SATB choir, a cappella)

 

24 October 2001, 20 March 2002; Wake Forest University Concert Choir (Brian Gorelick, conductor); Brendle Recital Hall; Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC

 

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

 

6 May 2001  (Texas Premiere); St. Paul’s Chamber Music Society (All-Locklair concert); St. Paul’s United Methodist Church; Houston, TX

 

28 & 29 July 2001 (Mid-West Premiere); Summerfest Chamber Ensemble; Summerfest 2001 Chamber Music Festival; 2001 Subscription Series; St. Mary’s Episcopal Church; Kansas City, MO

 

Phoenix (solo organ version from PHOENIX FANFARE AND PROCESSIONAL)

 

8 April 2001; David Williamson, organ; First Baptist Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

17 June 2001; Margaret Mueller, organ; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

13 January 2002; John Mitchener, organ; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

2. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR compositions, continued:

 

PHOENIX Fanfare and Processional (for brass, organ and percussion)

 

14 October 2001; Josh Peterson (organ) and brass; First United Presbyterian Church; Belleville, IL

 

Sonata da chiesa (1998) for flute and organ

 

24 June 2001; Julie Frye, flute; John Mueller, organ; Organ Historical Society’s 2001 National Convention;

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

22 September 2001, 21 February 2002; Kathryn Levy, flute; Dan Locklair, organ; Wake Forest University; Wait Chapel; (Locklair Plays Locklair); Winston-Salem, NC

 

Poems 'n Pairs (for SA and piano), Cycle I

 

12 May 2002; Winston-Salem Children's Chorus (Barbara Beattie, Director; Earl Myers, piano); Brendle Recital Hall (WFU); Winston-Salem, NC

 

Jubilo (A Prelude for Organ)

 

27 May 2001; Matthew M. Brown, organ; North Carolina School of the Arts; Winston-Salem, NC

 

25 June 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; Organ Historical Society’s National Convention; (All-Locklair program); Centenary United Methodist Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

23 September 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; Wake Forest University; Wait Chapel (“Locklair Plays Locklair”);

Winston-Salem, NC

 

Gloria (for SSAATTBB chorus, brass octet and percussion)

 

8 July 2001 (at 2001 Region I Convention of the American Guild of Organists [AGO]); Choral Art Society (Robert Russell, Conductor); Cathedral of Immaculate Conception; Portland, ME

 

Create in Me a Clean Heart (Anthem for SATB choir and organ)

 

11 November 2001; The Vocal Arts Ensemble (Rodney Wynkoop, conductor); Duke University; Duke Chapel

Durham, NC

 

Visions in the Haze (A Fantasy for Piano)

 

14 December 2001; Dale Backus, piano; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center; Colorado Springs, CO

 

Ayre for the Dance (for organ)

 

25 June 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; Organ Historical Society’s National Convention; (All-Locklair program); Centenary United Methodist Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

Lumen de Lumine (from A CHRISTMAS PAIR)

 

20 January 2002; Plymouth Choir (Philip Brunelle, conductor); Plymouth Congregational Church; Minneapolis, MN

 

 

 

 

 

2. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR compositions, continued:

 

Fanfare for Organ

 

23 September 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; Wake Forest University; Wait Chapel (Locklair Plays Locklair);

Winston-Salem, NC

 

25 June 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; Organ Historical Society’s National Convention; (All-Locklair program); Centenary United Methodist Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

Inventions for organ

 

23 September 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; Wake Forest University; Wait Chapel (Locklair Plays Locklair);

Winston-Salem, NC

 

Constellations (A Concerto for Percussion and Organ)

 

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

 

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.]

 

11 February 2001; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Boston Avenue Church; Tulsa, OK

 

26 April 2001; Michael Regan, organ; Larchmont United Methodist Church; Norfolk, VA

               

4 May 2001; Marilyn Keiser, organ; St. Paul’s United Methodist Church; Houston, TX

 

20 May 2001; Jane Lynch, organ; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

25 July 2001; Peter King, organ; Durham Cathedral; Durham, England

 

7 August 2001; Richard Elliott, organ; Salt Lake Tabernacle, Temple Square; Salt Lake City, UT

 

Rubrics (A Liturgical Suite for Organ in five movements), continued

 

23 September 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; Wake Forest University; Wait Chapel (Locklair Plays Locklair)

Winston-Salem, NC

 

14 October 2001; Julia C. Callaway, organ; Vine Street Christian Church; Nashville, TN

 

Featured and discussed at 2001 McGill Summer Organ Academy; 16-26 July 2001; McGill University

Montreal, Canada

 

Windows of Comfort (Two Organbooks) [N.B. Windows of Comfort, like 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.]

 

22 April 2001; Kyle Johnson, organ; First Presbyterian Church; Warrenburg, MO

 

4 May 2001; Marilyn Keiser, organ; St. Paul’s United Methodist Church; Houston, TX

 

12 June 2001; John Mitchener, organ; Miedzynarodowy Festiwal “Letnie Koncerty Organowe ‘2001’”; Akademia Muzyczna; Poland

 

2. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR compositions, continued:

 

25 June 2001; Dan Locklair, organ; Organ Historical Society’s National Convention; (All-Locklair program); Centenary United Methodist Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

29 June 2001; John Mitchener, organ; Concerts de la Collegiale ; Paris, France

 

29 October 2001; Douglas Cleveland, organ; First Presbyterian Church; Arlington Heights, IL

 

23 September 2001 ; Dan Locklair, organ; Wake Forest University; Wait Chapel  (Locklair Plays Locklair);                        

Winston-Salem, NC

               

9 November 2001; Marilyn Keiser, organ; 2001 Community Concert Series; First Presbyterian Church;

Greensboro, NC

 

10 March 2002; John Mitchener, organ; Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

O Sacrum Convivium (Motet for SATB chorus, a cappella)

 

6 May 2001; Choir of St. Paul’s Church (Robert Brewer, Conductor); St. Paul’s United Methodist Church; Houston, TX

 

14 October 2001; Choir of Centenary Church (David Pegg, Conductor); Centenary United Methodist Church;

Winston-Salem, NC

 

Pater Noster (Motet for SATB chorus, a cappella)

 

24 February 2002; Choir of Men and Boys of St. Thomas Church (Gerre Hancock, Master of the Choristers); St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue; New York City

 

A Spiritual Pair (Diptych for Organ)

 

6 May 2001; Steven Egler, organ; St. Luke’s Episcopal Church; Dixon, IL

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Compact Disc Recordings:

               

“Viva Voce!”  Two Mini-Operas by Handel.  Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble:  Dale Higbee, music director & recorders; Teresa Radomski, soprano; Richard Heard, tenor; John Williams, bass-baritone; Daniel Hannemann, harpsichord; John Pruett & Mary Frances Boyce, baroque violins; Doris Powers, baroque viola; Holly Maurer, viola da ganba.  White Sound Studio-704-528-4810  (released May, 2002)

 

Bach and Handel:  Baroque Masters.  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 June, 2002)

 

Bach:  Music to Challenge the Intellect and Touch the Heart.  Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble:  Dale Higbee, music director & recorders; Teresa Radomski, soprano;  Lee Morgan, alto; Richard Heard, tenor; John Williams, bass-baritone; Daniel Hannemann, harpsichord; John Pruett & Mary Frances Boyce, baroque violins; Doris Powers, baroque viola; Holly Maurer, viola da ganba.   White Sound Studio-704-528-4810

(released June, 2002)

 

Performance: Inaugural Musicale.  Soloist with Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble.  Arias by Bach and Handel; Concert for the Inauguration of Dr. Algeania W. Freeman as President of Livingston College; Livingstone College; Salisbury, NC; October 28, 2001

 

Radomski, Teresa - continued

 

Concert:  Bellini 200th Birthday Bash!  Arias and scenes from Vinceno Bellini’s operas Las Straniera, Il Pirata, I Puritani, La sonnambula, Norma.  Organization of the entire event, including rehearsing student ensembles and performing solos, duets, trios with Richard Heard; tenor, Laura Ingram-Moore, soprano; Peter Kairoff, piano; WFU Student Chorus.  Brendle Recital Hall; November 3, 2001

 

Concert:  Bach and Handel – Baroque Masters.  Chapel, St. John’s Lutheran Church; Salisbury (NC);

December 9, 2001

 

Concert:  Sacred and Secular Music by German Lutheran Composers.  Soloist with Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble.  St. James Lutheran Church; Concord, NC; January 20, 2002

 

Concert:  The Music of Samuel Adler.  Performance of Three Psalms, with Louis Goldstein, piano;

Wait Chapel; February 7, 2002

 

Concert: Viva Voce! Two-Mini-Operas by Handel.  With Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Richard Heard, tenor; John Williams, baritone; Acis and Galatea (abridged) and Apollo e Dafne (complete); Chapel, St. John’s Lutheran Church; Salisbury (NC), February 24, 2002

 

Concert: Viva Voce! Two-Mini-Operas by Handel.  With Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Richard Heard, tenor; John Williams, bass-baritone; Acis and Galatea (abridged) and Apollo e Dafne (complete); Brendle Recital Hall; February 28, 2002

 

Concert:  Bach and Handel – Baroque Masters.  Soloist (arias and cantatas) with Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Ebenezer Lutheran Church; Columbia, SC; April 14, 2002

 

Concert:  Bach and Handel – Baroque Masters.  Soloist (arias and cantatas) with Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Lincoln Cultural Center; Lincolnton, NC; April 21, 2002

 

Concert:  Bach – Music to Challenge the Intellect and Touch the Heart.  With Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Lee Morgan, Alto; Richard Heard, tenor; John Williams, bass-baritone; Cantata No. 21 “Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis”  Cantata No. 182 „Himmelskönig, sei Willkommen“; Chapel, St. John’s Lutheran Church; Salisbury (NC), April 28, 2002


II.            Papers and Presentations

 

Carter, Stewart

 

 “An Italianate oratorio latino for the Electoral Court of Mainz: Daniel Bollius’ Rapraesentatio on the Nativity of John the Baptist.” Society for Seventeenth-Century Music, Princeton, NJ, April 2002.

 

“From Trombone Choir to Church Band: Brass Instruments in Communities of the Moravian Brethren in America.”

Symposium ‘German Moravians in an Atlantic World,’ Winston-Salem, NC, April 2002.

 

“Benedetto da Maiano’s Coronation Group for Alfonso I: Musical Instruments in Stone.” American Musicological Society, Southeast Chapter, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, September 2001; and at Seventeenth Annual Early Brass Festival, Winston-Salem, NC, July 2001.

 

Goldstein, Louis

 

Session Chair during Society for American Music National Convention, March 6-10, 2002, Lexington, KY, Session 7b: “Once Is Not Enough.”

 

Kairoff, Peter

 

Chaired session, “Teaching the Eighteenth Century”, meeting of the American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies, Colorado Springs, CO  April 4, 2002.

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Adjudicator:  National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Awards (N.A.T.S.A.A.); Advanced (Postgraduate and Professional) Division; North Carolina District Auditions, UNC-Greensboro; February 15, 2002

 

Adjudicator: National Association of Teachers of Singing (N.A.T.S.); Musical Theatre Division (College Women);

North Carolina District Auditions, UNC-Greensboro, February 16, 2002


III.           Editorships, Offices and Consultancies

 

Borwick, Susan

 

Reader: National Women’s Studies Association Journal

 

Editorial Advisory Board: Making Sense of Women’s Lives: An Introduction to Women’s Studies, Collegiate Press

 

Chair: Leadership & Mentorship Committee, Program Administration & Development Council, National Women’s Studies Association

 

Chair: The National Women’s Studies Association Contemporary Curriculum Transformation Project: Grappling with Our Blind Spots.  Year One (2002-2003): The Transformative Significance of Women of Color to Women’s Studies Curricula

 

Carter, Stewart

 

Executive Editor, Historic Brass Society Journal.

 

Editorial Board, Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music

 

Editorial Board, Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society

 

Board of Directors, Historic Brass Society

 

Board of Governors, American Musical Instrument Society

 

Dixon, Patricia

 

Memberships:

        The Guitar Foundation of America

        The American String Teacher’s Association

        The American Association of University Professors

 

Levy, David

 

Advisory Board: American Beethoven Society

 

Program Advisory Committee: Winston-Salem Symphony (6 hours)

 

Secrest Artists Series Advisory Committee (6 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

 

Borwick, Susan

 

Topic:

“Amy Beach (1867-1944), First Woman of American Composition: 129 Songs in Critical Edition”

Agency:

The National Endowment for the Humanities

$  Requested:

40,000.00

$  Funded:

TBA Dec. 2002

 

 

Carrasco, Jacqueline

 

Topic:

Cygnus co-authored grant proposal to commission a new work from composer Akemi Naito

Agency:

Chamber Music America

$  Requested:

$9000.

$  Funded:

$9000.

 

 

Levy, Kathryn

 

Topic:

CD Recording

Agency:

WS Arts Council

$  Requested:

$3,000.00

$  Funded:

$3,000.00