DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

JULY 1, 2002 – JUNE 30, 2003

 

I.                     Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II.                   Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

III.                 Editorships, Offices and Consultancies

IV.                External Grants Received

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Borwick, Susan

 

“Violeta Dinescu: ‘Portrait,” in Journal of the International Alliance for Women in Music  8/3 (2002): 54-55.

 

“Morning Light [newly composed tune: winston-salem],” a hymn for the first anniversary of September Eleventh, composer (text by Peggy Haymes), performed the week of Sept. 11, 2002, at Centenary Methodist Church (W-S), Knollwood Baptist Church (W-S), College Park Baptist Church (Greensboro, NC), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Chapel (Ft. Worth, TX)

 

Linda H. Browne ordination service pianist and arranger, Apr. 27, 2003

 

Brookridge Retirement Center, Evensong speaker, composer, pianist, Apr. 27, 2003

 

Divinity School Advent Service, composer, arranger, pianist, Dec. 3, 2002

 

Composer and conductor of tribute song: Mary-Martha Sunday School Class party, Dec. 9, 2002

 

Bowen, C. Kevin

 

Contributing Research Associate, Teaching Music Through Performance in Band, Special March Edition.  GIA Publications, Summer 2003.

 

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

 

Guest artist, Foothills Chamber Music Festival

        Concert. Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Winston-Salem. August 16, 2002

        Concert/jam session with guest artist Mamadou Diabete, Diggs Gallery, WSSU. August 16, 2002

        Concert. Reynolda House, Winston-Salem. August 17, 2002

 

Guest artist, Chamber Music at St. Peter’s

        First Tuesday series concert. St. Peter’s Church, Charlotte. September 3, 2002 and May 6, 2003

        Sunday Serenades series concert. Private home, Charlotte. May 4, 2003.

 

Solo violinist with the Tango Camerata

        Duke University Institute of the Arts sponsored concert, Duke University. September 5, 2002

        Milonga/performance, Carrboro Century Center. September 6, 2002.

 

Founder and violinist, Jazz Strings Project

        Premiere concert. Brendle Recital Hall, Wake Forest University. October 8, 2002

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Carrasco, Jacqueline - continued

 

Featured soloist and speaker, Duke/UNC-CH Milestones Festival 2002

        Concert, Duke University. November 7, 2002

        Performance/talk, UNC Chapel Hill. November 9, 2002.

 

Violinist, Cygnus Ensemble.

        Chamber Music America Commissioning Showcase Concert, Donnell Library, New York City.

January 19, 2003

        Recorded webcast at newmusicbox.org, March 17-April 15, 2003

 

Guest artist, Musical Interludes at Midday. Davidson College. February 11, 2003

 

Violinist, Furious Band.

        Residency at University of Pittsburgh. March 25-29, 2003

                Recording session of compositions by University of Pittsburgh PhD students. March 28, 2003

                Concert. Bellefield Hall. March 29, 2003.

 

Guest first violinist in string quartet, Carolina Chamber Symphony-sponsored concert “Sensational

Strings”. April 23, 2003 (rescheduled from February 27, 2003.)

 

Carter, Stewart

 

Stewart Carter, “The Salem Cornetts,” Historic Brass Society Journal 14 (2002): 279-308.

 

Directed performances by Collegium Musicum, Nov. 13, 2002; Apr. 16, 2003.

 

Organized, edited the music, and performed in first complete modern performance of Daniel Bollius’ oratorio, Repraesentatio harmoniaca conceptionis & nativitatis S. Ioannis Baptistae (ca. 1620), April 4.

 

With Rossignol, early music ensemble: Concert of Early Music from the Low Countries, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, Nov. 23, 2002.

 

Faculty Concert, Mountain Collegium, Young Harris College, Young Harris, GA, July 5, 2002.

 

Faculty Concert, Mideast Recorder Workshop, LaRoche College, McCandless, PA, July 18, 2002.

 

Faculty Concert, Amherst Early Music Festival/Workshop, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, Aug. 5, 2002.

 

Dixon, Patricia

 

September 20, 2003- Performance for The National Association of Teachers of Singing, NC Conference, Brendle Hall, Wake Forest University.

 

October 7 and 14, 2003- Two Chamber music concerts with the Hill House Chamber Players in St. Paul, Minnesota.  Sponsored by the Schubert Music Club and the Minnesota Historical Society.

 

March 7, 8, 9 and 20, 2003.  Performances with the University Concert Choir on spring tour and home concert.  Blacksburg, VA. Washington, DC. and Winston-Salem, Wake Forest University.

 

May 18, 19 and 20, 2003.  Featured artist in the 2002-3 series of the Monterey Symphony in Carmel, CA.  Performance of Jeffrey Van’s “Concerto for Two Guitars and Chamber Orchestra” and Antonio Vivaldi’s “Concerto in G for Two Mandolins and Strings”

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Goldstein, Louis

 

Solo Recital, Chai Point Retirement Home, Milwaukee, WI, July 22, 2002

Performance of Breaking Boundaries by Pauline Oliveros (with Joe Morgan), for Judith Page’s Curator’s Walk-Through of the “Breaking Boundaries” exhibit in the SFAC Hanes Gallery, September 17, 2002

 

Participant on the Faculty Recital for the National Association of Teachers of Singing Concert, “Music of Manuel Garcia”, September 20, 2002

 

Solo Faculty Recital, October 22, 2002

 

Solo Recital, Venice Conservatory of Music, Venice, Italy, March 10, 2003

 

Gorelick, Brian

 

Wake Forest Concert Choir Additional Performances:

        Memorial Service, Wait Chapel, 9-11-02

        Opening Convocation, Wait Chapel, 10-10-02

        Moravian Lovefeast, Wait Chapel, 12-8-02

Tour to Washington, D.C.:

                St. Mary's Catholic Church, Blacksburg, Va., 3-7-03

                Dumbarton United Methodist Church, Washington, D.C., 3-8-03

                First Baptist Church of Washington, D.C., 3-9-03

Bollius Oratorio, Brendle Recital Hall, 4-4-03

University Orchestra Concert, Brendle Recital Hall, 4-30-03

Baccalaureate, Wait Chapel, 5-18-03

 

Wake Forest Chorale Additional Performances:

        Brahms Concert, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra Series, Salisbury, N.C., 11-3-02

 

Hagy, David

 

Halloween Concert, Wake Forest Orchestra, October 31, 2002

 

“O Beautiful for Heroes Proved” Concert, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, Concert Choir, Salisbury-Rowan Choral Society, Catawba College Chorale, Livingstone College Concert Choir, Pfeiffer University Concert Choir, Wake Forest University Chorale, November 3, 2002

 

Fall Concert, Winston-Salem Youth Symphony, November 16, 2002

 

“Into the Woods,” Catawba College, November 20-23, 2002 (Co-Music Director)

 

First Semester Concert, Wake Forest Orchestra, December 6, 2002

 

“Big Band Bash” Fund Raiser, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra Big Band, January 4, 2003

 

“O Beautiful for Patriot Dream” Concert, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, February 2, 2003

 

Winter Concert, Winston-Salem Youth Symphony, February 22, 2003

 

Concerto Competition Concert, Wake Forest Orchestra, March 4, 2003

 

“O Beautiful for Pilgrim Feet” Family Concert, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, March 23, 2003

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Hagy, David - continued

 

“O Beautiful for Spacious Skies” 250Fest Celebration Pops Concert, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra,

April 26, 2003

 

Second Semester Concert, Wake Forest Orchestra, April 30, 2003

 

Spring Concert, Winston-Salem Youth Symphony, May 3, 2003

 

“1776,” Piedmont Players, May 27-31, June 1, 4-7, 2003

 

End-of Camp Concert, Laurel Music Camp, June 27, 2003

 

 

Heard, Richard

 

September 11, 2002 – Remembering and Hoping (Wait Chapel) Wake Forest University

 

September 20, 2002 – Manuel Garcia, the Composer (Brendle) Wake Forest University

 

October 11, 2002 – Liederabend (Brendle) Wake Forest University

 

October 19, 2002 – Piedmont Chamber Singers (Handel) O Praise the Lord with One Consent

 

November 13, 2002 – Masterclass Spelman College (Atlanta, Georgia)

 

November 14, 2002 – Spelman College (Recital) Atlanta, Georgia

 

December 8, 2002 – Messiah (First Baptist Church) Winston-Salem, North Carolina

 

February 4, 2003 – Recital (Mississippi College) Clinton, Mississippi

 

February 5, 2003 – Masterclass (Mississippi College) Clinton, Mississippi

 

February 12, 2003 – Recital (High Point University) High Point, North Carolina

 

February 18, 2003 – Masterclass (Morehead State University) Morehead, Kentucky

 

February 20, 2003 – Recital (Morehead State University) Morehead, Kentucky

 

February 22, 2003 – Mozart (Mass in C minor) Charleston Symphony Orchestra

 

March 8, 2003 – Semifinalist (American Traditions Competition) Savannah, Georgia

 

April 4, 2003 – Bollius Cantata (Brendle) Wake Forest University

 

Kairoff, Peter

 

Musical Performances:

 

September 20, 2002:  “Music of Manuel Garcia”, with soprano Teresa Radomski, for the

National Asociation of Teacher’s of Singing (NATS), Brendle Hall

 

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Kairoff, Peter - continued

 

October 11, 2002:  “Liederabend—An Evening of German Art Song”  with Tenor R. Heard and Soprano T. Radomski.  Music of Schubert, Brahms and Schumann.  Brendle Hall

 

February 6, 2003:  Lecture-Recital:  “The Music/Art Connection”.  Reynolda House Museum of Art.

 

February 7, 2003:  Lecture:  “The Music of Poulenc and Ravel”, for Winston-Salem Symphony Board of Directors, Piedmont Club.

 

February 21, 2003:  Faculty Recital: Solo Piano Recital.  Music of Scarlatti, Beethoven, MacDowell, Rachmaninov.  Brendle Hall

February   24, 2003:  Solo Piano Recital, Memphis TN, Concerts International series. Same program as 2/21

 

February 27, 2003:  Piano performance;  part of Founder’s Day Convocation, Wait Chapel.  Music of MacDowell.

 

March 8, 2003:  Solo Piano Recital, Anzio Italy, for the Fondazione Cappelluti.  Same program as 2/21.

 

March 13, 2003:  Solo Piano Recital, Rome, Italy.  American Academy in Rome, Villa Aurelia.  Same program as 2/21.  (Invited audience of dignitaries, including the US Ambassador to Italy)

 

March 18, 2003:  Harpsichord recital, with recorder player David Bellugi, from Florence  Conservatory.  Music of Bach, Handel and Corelli..  Brendle Hall

 

Levy, David

 

Articles:

 

Prelude (program book of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra), 44th Season (2002-03)

 

“A Beethoven for Our Time,” “Beethoven and the Concept of Heroism”

 

“Beethoven: Past, Present, and Future”

 

“The Sublime Sounds of Silence.”

 

Program notes:

 

Beethoven Symphonies nos. 1-9 in Prelude

 

Winston-Salem Symphony Program Book (2002-03 season)

 

Review: “Urtext or Performing Edition?,” Beethoven Forum 9/2 (Fall 2002), pp. 224-32.

 

“Musical U” Lectures:  “Beethoven Symphonies Revealed” for St. Paul Chamber Orchestra; September 5 & November 21; February 13 & May 22, 2003.

 

Pre-concert “Fanfare” Discussions:  St. Paul Chamber Orchestra concerts: September 7 and November 22 and 23, 2002, February 14 and 15, May 23 and 24, 2003.

 

Radio Interviews for Minnesota Public Radio with Michael Barone and John Birge: broadcast in Minneapolis-St. Paul throughout the 2002-03 season of St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.

 

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Levy, David - continued

 

Radio Conversations on Beethoven Symphonies with Michael Barone (host of St. Paul Chamber Orchestra): broadcast nationally on Public Radio International (PRI). Broadcasts carried locally on WFDD-FM on Sundays, 8:00-10:00PM (March – August, 2003)

 

Television Interview: “Almanac”, TPT (Twin Cities Public Television), September 6, 2002.

 

Guest Colloquium Lecture: “The ‘Grosse Fuge’, op. 133,” School of Music, North Carolina School of the Arts, January 17, 2003.

 

Guest Lecture: “The ‘Grosse Fuge’, op. 133: Beethoven’s Spiritual Journey?,” Duke University Museum of Art (w/ Ciompi String Quartet), February 6, 2003.

 

Music Lovers Luncheon Featured Speaker: Winston-Salem Symphony, March 14, 2003.

 

Guest Colloquium Lecture: “Urtext or Performing Edition?,” Penn State University, March 21, 2003.

 

Pre-concert “Prelude” Speaker: Greensboro Symphony Orchestra concerts, April 10 & 12, 2003.

 

Banquet Keynote Speaker and Pre-Concert Talk: “Beethoven and his Choral Music,” Harrisburg Choral Society, May 4 and  6, 2003, Camp Hill and Harrisburg, PA.

 

Levy, Kathryn

 

July and August – Piccolo, Chautauqua Symphony

 

September to May - Principal Flute, Winston-Salem Symphony

 

9/15 Soloist for organ recital given by Don  Armitage at Augsburg Lutheran Church. W-S

 

10/19 Piedmont Chamber Singers Concert

 

11/14 Greensboro Symphony Concert

 

12/18 Opus Five Concert, the WFU Faculty Woodwind Quintet

 

1/16 –  2nd flute, Carolina Chamber Symphony Concert

 

2/2 – Principal Flute, Salisbury Symphony Concert

 

3/29 – North Carolina Percussive Arts Concert, soloist

 

Locklair, Dan

 

Recent music publications of LOCKLAIR works:

 

Autumn 2002:  Three Nativity Songs   (for soprano and string quartet)   Subito

                                               

Autumn 2002:  The Æolian Sonata   (for organ)   Subito

                                               

Autumn 2002:  PETRUS – In Bright Array ('88-'89/'02)   (Suite for Brass Quintet)   Subito

                                               

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Locklair, Dan

Recent music publications of LOCKLAIR works - continued

 

Autumn 2002:  Nunc Dimittis (from Magnificat And Nunc Dimittis [Montréal])    In 75th RSCM Anniversary book The Light of Life   (sub-published from RSCM (England) Subito)

                                                                               

Autumn 2002:  Symphony of Seasons (2002)  (Symphony No. 1)   Subito

                                               

January 2003:  Verses of Peace   (Motet for SATB Chorus and keyboard)   Subito

 

March 2003:  Ubi Caritas (2003)         (Motet for Unison Voices & Organ)   Subito

 

 

Recent recordings of LOCKLAIR works:

 

May 2003:   A Spiritual Pair (A Diptych for Organ)     Margaret Chen, organ     Priory (UK)

                                               

July 2002:  DAN LOCKLAIR: ORCHESTRAL MUSIC   Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Kirk Trevor, conductor Albany (Troy #517)                                                         

 

December 2002:   Three Nativity Songs  (for soprano and string quartet)   Janeanne Houston, soprano  Living Mysteries CD      

                               

December 2002:   Shepherds Rejoice (for SATB chorus, a cappella)    Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, cond.)   Bel Canto CD       

 

 

Recent WORLD PREMIERES of LOCKLAIR compositions:

 

The Æolian Sonata for organ:   2 June 2002, David Arcus, organ; Duke Chapel of Duke University in Durham, NC

 

Symphony of Seasons (Symphony No. 1):  19 October 2002, The Louisville Orchestra (Uriel Segal, Music Director), Subscription Series Concert, Whitney Hall, Louisville, KY

 

Toys on the Move (Music for 6 minute Old Salem Toy Museum Video):   November 2002, Toy Museum at Old Salem; Dan Locklair, piano

 

Verses of Peace (Motet for SATB Chorus and keyboard accompaniment):  17 January 2002, The Choir of Trinity Church (Will Young, Choirmaster); Bloomington, IN

 

In Gold and Black (Processional for Organ) [2002 revised version]:  27 February 2003,  Donald Armitage, organist; Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC

 

Celebration (Variations for Organ):   11 May 2003,  J. Patrick Murphy, organist; First Presbyterian Church; Greensboro, NC


I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Locklair, Dan

 

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.)

 

HUES for orchestra (Three Brief Tone Poems for Orchestra):  30 June 2002; Brevard Music Center Festival Orchestra (David Effron, conductor); Brevard Music Center; Brevard, NC

 

Symphony of Seasons (Symphony No. 1):  1 November 2002; The Louisville Orchestra (Uriel Segal, Music Director); Indiana State University 36th Contemporary Music Festival; Terre Haute, IN

 

For Amber Waves (for five four-part SATB choirs): 

 

        28 April 2002; Musica Orbium (Patrick Wedd, Director); Christ Cathedral; Montreal, Quebec, Canada      

                               

        4 May 2002, 6 May 2002; Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Artistic Director); Subscription Series concert; Christ United Methodist Church; Greensboro, NC

               

Brief Mass (for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella):

 

        4 May 2002,   6 May 2002; Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Artistic Director); Subscription Series concert;                 Christ United Methodist Church; Greensboro, NC

 

        25 September 2002, 9 February 2003; The St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (Gerre Hancock, Organist/Master of the Choristers);  St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue; New York City

 

Lairs of Soundings (for soprano and double string orchestra based on poetry of Ursula K. LeGuin):                 26 January 2003; St. John's Chamber Orchestra of Stockton (George Buckbee, conductor; Elizabeth Hodgdon, soprano); Stockton, CA

                               

Shepherds Rejoice (Two choral works for SATB choir, a cappella):

 

         22 November  2002; The Providence Singers (Andrew Clark, Associate Conductor); St. Mary's Church; Bristol, RI

       

        24 November  2002; The Providence Singers (Andrew Clark, Associate Conductor);     Grace Church ; Providence, RI

        8 December 2002; The Charleston Civic Chorus (Truman Dalton, Music Director); Baptist Temple; Charleston, WV

 

Freedom's Gate (A Fanfare for Two Brass Quartets and Percussion):  28 June 2002; Transylvania Wind Ensemble (Sarah McKoin, conductor); Brevard Music Center; Brevard, NC

 

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

 

        3 November 2002; Mallarmé Chamber Players; Subscription Series Concert; Durham, NC

 

        3 December 2002; St. Peters First Tuesdays at Noon;           St. Peter’s Chamber Ensemble; St. Peter’s Episcopal Church; Charlotte, NC


I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Locklair, Dan

Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR compositions - continued

 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (Montréal):

 

        23 November 2002 (Nunc only); Royal School of Church Music celebration; Washington National Cathedral;                              Washington, DC

 

        9 February 2003; The St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (Gerre Hancock, Organist/Master of the Choristers);                           St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue; New York City

 

6 May 2003; The St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (John Scott [Organist/Master of the Choristers, St. Paul's Cathedral, London], Guest Conductor); St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue; New York City

 

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

 

        31 July 2002; Brevard Chamber Trio; Brevard Music Center; Brevard, NC

 

        13 October 2002; Mid-Atlantic Chamber Music Society; Deleware Center for the Contemporary Arts; Wilmington, DE                           

 

PHOENIX FANFARE AND PROCESSIONAL (for brass, organ, percussion):         25 May 2003; Spectrum Brass and Margaret Mueller (organ);          St. Paul's Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

Phoenix (solo organ version from PHOENIX FANFARE AND PROCESSIONAL):

 

        5 May 2002; J. Patrick Murphy, organ; First Presbyterian Church; Greensboro,NC

 

        19 May 2002; Dan Locklair, organ; Wait Chapel of Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC

 

        16 February 2002; Marilyn Keiser, organ; St. Stephen's Episcopal Church; Wilkes-Barre, PA

 

        9 March 2003; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Trinity Lutheran Church; Lansdale, PA

 

        14 March 2003; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Christ United Methodist Church; Bethel Park, PA

 

Sonata da chiesa (1998) for flute and organ:  2 July 2002, 4 July 2002; Mimi Stillman, flute; Marilyn Keiser, organ; American Guild of Organists' 2002 National Convention; First Baptist Church of Philadelphia; Philadelphia, PA

 

The Boswell Songs (1987) a song cycle for soprano and piano:  21 July 2002; Lisa Lowry, soprano; Donna Clavijo, piano; Brevard Music Center; Brevard, NC

 

Cluster's Last Stand (on the ground) for harpsichord:  18 July 2002; Stacie Lightner, harpsichord; The Spencer Museum of Art; The University of Kansas; Lawrence, KS

 

Gloria (for SSAATTBB chorus, brass octet and percussion):

 

        3 December 2002; Northwestern Choral Ensembles (Robert Harris, Conductor); Pick-Stigar Concert Hall;                 Northwestern University; Evanston, IL

 

        22 December 2002:  The Fourth Church Morning Choir and Tower Brass (John W.W. Sherer, conductor);         Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL

 

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Locklair, Dan

Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR compositions - continued

 

Visions in the Haze (A Fantasy for Piano):  22 March 2003; Dale Backus, piano; Brendle Recital Hall of Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC  

 

Lumen de Lumine (from A CHRISTMAS PAIR):  CONCORA (Richard Coffey, Music Director) 

                               

        14 December 2002; Saint John's Episcopal Church, West Hartford, CT

 

        15 December 2002; Emanuel Lutheran Church, Hartford, CT

 

Inventions for organ:  28 July 2002; Antone Godding, organ; Oklahoma City University; Oklahoma City, OK                                                                                 

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.]

 

        17 March 2002; Robert Parkins, organ; Cleveland Museum of Art; Cleveland, OH

 

        31 March 2002; Mary Beth Petersen, organ; United Church of Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, NC

 

        19 May 2002; Nicole Keller, organ; Baldwin-Wallace College Lindsay-Grossman Chapel; Cleveland, OH

 

        29 June 2002; James Russell Brown, organ; Organ Historical Society's 2002 National Convention; Good Shepherd Lutheran Church; Chicago, IL

 

        10 October 2002; Mark Trautman, organ; Midtown Concerts – Music for the Spirit; St. Francis of Assisi Church;                  New York City

 

In the Almost Evening (A Nocturne for Soprano, Clarinet and Piano):  Janeanne Houston, soprano and chamber musicians; Seattle, WA:

       

        University House, 7 February 2003

       

        St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, 9 February 2003

 

        Pacific Lutheran University's Lagerquist Concert Hall, 23 February 2003

 

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.]

 

        5 May 2002; J. Patrick Murphy, organ; First Presbyterian Church; Greensboro, NC

 

        6 September 2002; John Mitchener, organ; St. Paul's Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

        16 February 2003; Douglas Cleveland, organ; Fourth Annual Chicago International Organ Festival; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL

 

        The Choir of Men and Boys of St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue; (Gerre Hancock, conductor; Brian Harlow, Organist) – On tour Baptism Dance (III, Book I) played:

 

        17 March 2003; Trinity Episcopal Church; Asheville, NC

 

I.           Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Locklair, Dan

Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR compositions - continued

 

        18 March 2003; First Methodist Church; Charlotte, NC

 

        23 March 2003; The Cathedral of St. Philip; Atlanta, GA

                               

O Sacrum Convivium (Motet for SATB chorus, a cappella):  16 February 2003, 2 March 2003; Choir of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (Barbara Beattie, Conductor); St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

Jubilo (A Prelude for Organ):  14 July 2002; Florence Jowers, organ; Hymn Society National Convention; Wait Chapel of Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC                             

 

Three Christmas Motets (for SATB chorus, divisi):  5 May 2002; The Philharmonic Chorus of Madison (Patrick Gorman, conductor); Grace Episcopal Church; Madison, WI

 

Pater Noster (Motet for SATB chorus, a cappella)

 

        9 June 2002; The Vocal Arts Ensemble (Rodney Wynkoop, conductor); Duke University Chapel; Durham, NC

 

        18 October 2002; The Vocal Arts Ensemble (Rodney Wynkoop, conductor); NC-ACDA Fall Convocation; The University of North Carolina – Greensboro; Greensboro, NC    

 

        The Choir of Men and Boys of St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue (Gerre Hancock, conductor) – On tour:

 

        17 March 2003; Trinity Episcopal Church; Asheville, NC

 

        18 March 2003; First Methodist Church; Charlotte, NC

 

        23 March 2003; The Cathedral of St. Philip; Atlanta, GA

 

A Spiritual Pair (Diptych for Organ):  21 April 2002; John Sherer, organ; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL

 

The Lone, Wild Bird for unison choir and organ; 7 July 2002; Choir of Saint Paul's Cathedral; St. Paul, MN

 

Poems 'n Pairs (Cycle I), for SSA and piano; 12 May 2002; The Winston-Salem Children's Chorus (Barbara C. Beattie, Director); Brendle Recital Hall of Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC

 

En natus est Emanuel (Motet for SATB/SA, a cappella); 8 December 2002; The Charleston Civic Chorus (Truman Dalton, Music Director); Baptist Temple; Charleston, WV

 

Alleluia Dialogues (Motet for two antiphonal SATB choirs,  a cappella); 3 July 2002; American Guild of Organists's National Convention; First Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia; Philadelphia, PA

 

Constellations (A Concerto for Organ and Percussion); 6 April 2003; Donald Sutherland, organ; Robert Novak and Svetoslav Stoyanov, percussion; Peabody Conservatory of Music; Griswold Hall; Baltimore, MD

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Compact Disc Recordings:

               

Recuerdo Triste, Guitar Works of Trinidad Huerta;     “Mélodie (à la Mémoire d’Adolphe Nourrit) for soprano and piano; “Chi Mai di Questo Core”, for soprano, guitar and piano; With Stuart Green, guitar and James Radomski, piano; Harmonicorde Recordings, San Bernardino, CA, 2002

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Radomski, Teresa - continued

 

Arias, Duets & Ballet Music from Handel Operas; “Ah! Ruggiero crudel … Ombre pallide” from Alcina; “Son nata …” , “Piangero”,  “Caro! Bella!” from Giulio Ces; With Carolina Baroque period instrument ensemble and Lee Morgan, alto; CB-113, White Sound Studio, Salisbury, NC, 2002

 

Manuel García, the Composer (1775-1832) Concert, presented for the North Carolina National Association of Teachers of Singing (N.A.T.S.) Fall Conference at Wake Forest University;  September 20-21, 2002.  With performers Richard Heard, James Radomski, Patricia Dixon, Louis Goldstein, Peter Kairoff, Thomas Turnbull, and Wake Forest University Students; September 20, 2002, Brendle Recital Hall

 

Manuel García, the Teacher (1775-1832) Workshop in Manuel García’s voice teaching methods, presented for the North Carolina National Association of Teachers of Singing (N.A.T.S.) Fall Conference at Wake Forest University, September 20-21, 2002.  With James Radomski (Guest Clinician) and WFU voice students; September 21, 2002;  Brendle Recital Hall

 

Eine kleine Helden-History – a brief historical romp with some operatic heros!  Lecture-presentation, preceding Secrest Artist Series concert by Ben Heppner; October 5, 2002; Balcony Room;  Wait Chapel

 

Liederabend:  An Evening of Art Song   Recital of German songs by Schubert, Schumann and Brahms.  With Richard Heard and Peter Kairoff; October 11, 2002;  Brendle Recital Hall

 

 

Arias, Duets & Ballet Music from Handel Operas Concert, including operatic excerpts:  “Ah! Ruggiero crudel … Ombre pallide” from Alcina; “Son nata …” , “Piangero”,  “Caro! Bella!” from Giulio Cesare.  With Carolina Baroque period instrument ensemble and Lee Morgan, alto; November 24, 2002;  St. John’s Lutheran Church, Salisbury, NC

 

Messiah (G.F. Handel) Soprano solos.  With The Sanctuary Choir, Soloists and Orchestra, Benny Edwards, Conductor; December 21, 2002; First Baptist Church; Southern Pines, NC

 

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas   Holiday songs, for CAT-TV (Channel 6) Christmas Eve 30-minute special program.  With Thomas Turnbull, Nicholas Bragg, and Jeannette Adams; December 24, 2002 (four airings); Winston-Salem and Vicinity

 

Bach Arias, Duets and Chamber Music  Concert of Excerpts from Church Cantatas.  With John Williams, baritone, and Carolina Baroque period instrument ensemble; February 23, 2003;  St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church; Concord, NC

 

Bach Arias, Duets and Chamber Music Concert of Excerpts from Church Cantatas.  With John Williams, baritone, and Carolina Baroque period instrument ensemble; April 6, 2003;  St. John’s Lutheran Church;  Salisbury, NC


II.            Papers and Presentations

 

Carter, Stewart

 

“From Neukirchen to Bethlehem: The Gütter Family, the Paulus Family, and the Musical Instrument Trade.” Fifth Bethlehem Conference on Moravian Music, Bethlehem, PA, October 2002.

 

  “The Salem Cornetts.” American Musicological Society, Southeast Chapter, Winston-Salem, NC, September 2002.

 

 “A Musical Diaspora: Brass Instruments in Communities of the Moravian Brethren in North America.” International Musicological Society, Leuven, Belgium, August 2002.

 

Gorelick, Brian

 

Conductor, Wake Forest Concert Choir performance of Repraesentatio   harmonica conceptionis & nativitatis S. Ioannis Baptistae,            by Daniel Bollius, at Society for Seventeenth-Century Music Conference, Brendle Recital Hall, 4-4-03

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Host and Presentor:  North Carolina National Association of Teachers of Singing (N.A.T.S.) Fall Conference and Meeting; Wake Forest University;  September 20-21, 2002


III.           Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Borwick, Susan

 

Music reader/consultant for the National Women’s Studies Association Journal

 

National Women’s Studies Association Program Administration and Development Council member, 2000-2002, re-elected to a second term for 2002-2004

 

NWSA PA&D Leadership and Mentorship Committee, 2000-2002, 2002-2004 chair

 

Carrasco, Jacqueline

 

Latham Publishing. Provided two sessions of bowing revisions at publisher’s office for arranger Bert Ligon’s Cole Porter Album Vol. 2 for String Quartet. 

 

Carter, Stewart

 

Executive Editor, Historic Brass Society Journal (1991-present)

 

General Editor, Bucina: The Historic Brass Society Series (Pendragon Press) (1995-present)

 

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society (1999-present)

 

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music (online) (1996-present)

 

Board of Directors, Historic Brass Society

 

Levy, David

 

Advisory Board:  American Beethoven Society

 

Temple Emanuel: Member Ritual Committee (one meeting per month: 2 hours each meeting)

 

Board of Directors, Winston-Salem Jewish Community Council

 

Rabbi evaluation committee, Temple Emanuel (8 hours)

 

Locklair, Dan

 

Consultant to Old Salem, Inc. for Tannenberg Organ grant applications, Autumn 2002

 

Consultant to Old Salem, Inc. for music for new Visitor's Center, Spring 2002

 

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