DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

JULY 1, 2003JUNE 30, 2004

 

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

 

I.              Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Borwick, Susan

 

“Reclaiming Gender in Modernist Music,” in a special issue on feminism and modernism edited by Margaret McFadden, the National Women’s Studies Association Journal 15/3 (Fall 2003):189-196.

Interviewee of J. Cameron Tew, “After 30 Years, Boss Can Still Rock: Springsteen Draws Old Fans, Creates New Followers,” in [Durham, NC] Herald-Sun: Triangle Live, 12-18 September 2003 [invited interviewee].

Premieres:

God’s Man in Texas (David Rambo, playwright), incidental music arranger (2 works), for digitized marching band and for digitized piano, Theatre Alliance (Harold Tedford, director), Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, March 19-21, 26-28, 2004.

“Thou Art There!” Psalm 139, for SATB/keyboard, performed at Knollwood Baptist Church, March 21, 2004; for SATB/flute/violin/harp/’cello, performed at Knollwood Baptist Church, May 2, 2004; also arranged for solo voice/keyboard and solo/oboe/horn/harp/’cello.

“Mary’s Song: A Song that Never Ends,” for voice, obligato, and keyboard, text by Jill Crainshaw and Sheila Hunter, performed at the WFU Divinity School Advent Festival of Lessons and Carols, Wait Chapel, Dec. 2, 2003.

“I Saw Three Ships,” for SATB choir, 2 handbell choirs, handchime choir, triangle, organ chimes, orchestral bells, 2 glockenspiels, and Orff instruments, performed at And All the Bells on Earth Shall Ring, Knollwood Baptist Church, Dec. 7, 2003.

 

Bowen, Charles K.

 

Contributing Research Associate, Teaching Music Through Performing Marches.  GIA Publications, Fall 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

 

Violinist in the New York Tango Quartet

        Children’s concert and evening concert. Summer Music in Blowing Rock Chamber Music Festival,                                                   Blowing Rock, NC. August 1, 2003

        Milonga/performance sponsored by the town of Carrboro and Tangophilia. Carrboro Century Center.                                             August 2, 2003

 

Guest artist, Foothills Music Festival

        Concert. Reynolda House, August 23, 2003

        Benefit concert. Private home, Winston-Salem. February 15, 2004

 

 

Carrasco, Jacqueline - continued

 

Featured performer in the Jacqui Carrasco Jazz Quartet

        Speakeasy Jazz Club, Winston-Salem. September 13 and December 20, 2003

 

Guest Artist, Chamber Music at St. Peter’s

        Sunday Serenades series concert. McColl-Shiraz Gallery, Charlotte. November 2, 2003

        Sunday Serenades series concert. Private home, Charlotte. April 4, 2004

        First Tuesday series concerts. St. Peter’s Church, Charlotte. November 4, 2003, and April 6, 2004

        AfterWork series concerts. St. Peter’s Church. Charlotte. November 4, 2003, and April 6, 2004

 

Performer in “The Unheard Beethoven,” faculty chamber music recital.

        Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. March 28, 2004

 

Carter, Stewart

 

Faculty concert, Mideast Recorder Workshop, Pittsburgh, PA, July 23, 2003

 

Directed and performed in Collegium Musicum concert, April 14, 2004

 

Dixon, Patricia

 

Publication of a Compact Disc of the Music of Jeffrey Van.  Released April 15, 2004 by Centaur Records.

 

Web Publication, review of the 20th Anniversary of the Classical Guitar Workshop at the University of Cincinnati College- Conservatory or Music.

http://www.guitarramagazine.com/reviews/  August,  2003

 

July 24 through Aug 3-Guest Artist at the 20th Anniversary of the Cincinnati Classical Guitar Workshop.  Faculty performances in chamber settings and lectures on guitar topics. The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.

 

April 15, 04- Duo Recital with guest artist Jeffrey Van.  Brendle Recital Hall, WFU.

 

April 21, 04- Duo Recital with guest artist Jeffrey Van. Ultan Recital Hall, the University of Minnesota School of Music.

 

Goldstein, Louis

 

Solo Recital, Salemtowne Moravian Home, October 12, 2003.

 

Performance at Meredith College, for the North Carolina Music Teachers Association, with the 2003 NCMTA Commissioned Composition, October 18, 2003.

 

Solo Faculty Recital, Wake Forest University, November 9, 2003.

 

Guest Artist at the University of WisconsinMilwaukee Peck School of Arts,

        Seminar with composition students, April 7, 2004, and

        Solo Recital, April 8, 2004.


Gorelick, Brian

 

Music of Jeffrey Van, Centaur Records CRC 2687, featuring Wake Forest Concert Choir, Brian Gorelick, Conductor, performing A Sprig of Rosemary and A Procession Winding Around Me, CD National Release, 4-15-04

 

Wake Forest Concert Choir Additional Performances:

        North Carolina Masons Concert, Winston-Salem, N.C., 9-25-03

        Moravian Lovefeast, Wait Chapel, 12-7-03

        Founders' Day Convocation, Wait Chapel, 2-19-04

        University Orchestra Concert, Brendle Recital Hall, 4-28-04

        Baccalaureate, Wait Chapel, 5-16-04

 

Wake Forest Collegium Vocal Ensemble Additional Performances:

        Wake Forest Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, N.C., 2-29-04

 

Hagy, David

 

Conducted:

 

Wake Forest University Orchestra:

        October 31, 2003; midnight; “Halloween Concert”

        December 5, 2003; 8:00; Fall Classical Concert  (most difficult and best concert in my time at Wake Forest)

        March 2, 2004; 8:00; Concerto Competition Concert

        April 28, 2004; 8:00; “Carmina Burana  (most well attended concert in orchestra’s history)

                               

Wake Forest Theater Production:

        April 2, 2004  ; 7:30; “Into the Woods” Pre-fire

        April 8, 2004  ; 7:30; “Into the Woods” Post-fire

        April 9, 2004; 7:30; “Into the Woods” Post-fire

        April 10, 2004; 7:30; “Into the Woods” Post-fire

 

Salisbury Symphony Orchestra:

        November 9, 2003; 3:00; “Mozart and Mendelssohn”

        January 25, 2004  postponed due to weather to February 15, 2004; 3:00; “Darkness to Light”

        February 29, 2004; 3:00; “Music and Magic”

        May 1, 2004; 7:30; “An Evening En Español

 

Winston-Salem Youth Symphony:

        December 13, 2003; 4:00; Fall Concert

        February 14, 2004; 4:00; Winter Concert

        May 8, 2004; 3:00; Spring Concert

 

Catawba College Theater Production:

        November 18-22, 2003; 7:30; “Pippin”

 

Sang and Acted:

        Raleigh Symphony Orchestra; 4:00; Christmas Concert

 

Heard, Richard

 

December 7, 2003 – Handel’s Messiah (Fayetteville State University) Fayetteville, North Carolina

 

December 14, 2003 Bach Magnificat (Resurrection Lutheran Church) Cary, North Carolina

 

February 1, 2004 – Recital (Cheyney University) Cheyney, Pennsylvania

 

Heard, Richard - continued

 

February 2, 2004Masterclass (Cheyney University) Cheyney, Pennsylvania

 

February 18, 2004 – Recital (High Point University) High Point, North Carolina

 

March 9, 2004 – Recital (McNeese State University) Lake Charles, Louisiana

 

March 10, 2004Masterclass (McNeese State University) Lake Charles, Louisiana

 

June 30, 2004 – Recital (Middlebury College) Middlebury, Vermont

 

Kairoff, Peter

 

Recital with violinist Kevin Lawrence of NCSA:  Music of Faure, Cowell, Bolcom, Foote.   Brendle Hall, WFU,  August 29, 2003.

 

Harpsichordist for opera Dido and Aeneas. WFU, October 24 and 25, 2003.

 

Recital with Violinist Kevin Lawrence; Sofia, Bulgaria (Bulgaria National Theatre), at the Festival of American Music in Bulgaria.  November 18, 2003  All-American program

 

Same program as above, Bucharest, Romania; National Conservatory of Music, Bucharast. 

November 21, 2003.

 

Same program as above, Rome, Italy; Embassy of the United States of America, for the US Ambassador, Italian Foreign Minister, and other dignitaries. December 10, 2003

 

Same program as above, Prague, Czech Republic; Palfy Palace, Czech National Conservatory of Music, December 16, 2003.

 

All-Beethoven chamber music program, WFU.  Played piano and fortepiano.  March 28, 2004

 

Harpsichord solo recital, Augsburg Lutheran church, Winston-Salem, NC, April 27, 2004.

 

Lecture-Recital, Reynolda House Museum, “The Music/Art Connection  September 19, 2003

 

Same Program as above, Reynolda House Museum, February 10, 2004.

 

Levy, David

 

Book: Beethoven: The Ninth Symphony, revised edition, (“Yale Music Masterworks Series,” Yale University Press, December 2003)

 

Program Notes: Winston-Salem Symphony, 2003-04 season

 

Participant: WFU Orchestra Annual Halloween Concert skit

 

Violinist: Messiah Moravian Church Christmas Eve Lovefeast Services

 

Lecturer and Performer (violinist): “The Unheard Beethoven”, Brendle Recital Hall, March 28, 2004

 

 

 

 

 

Levy, Kathryn

 

Piccolo player for the Chautuaqua Symphony season, June 26, 2004August 19, 2004, Chautauqua , NY

 

Principal Flute for the Winston-Salem Symphony Season, September 2003 to June, 2004

 

Co-ordinated and performed in “The Unheard Beethoven” concert , a faculty collaborative concert on 3/28/04

 

Charlotte Symphony Classical Concerts on 1/7 and 1/8/04

 

Greensboro Symphony Classical concerts on 4/1 and 4/3/04

 

Locklair, Dan

 

Recent music publications of LOCKLAIR works:

 

DATE OF RELEASE                            TITLE                                                                     Publisher              

 

Autumn 2003        The Five Senses A Suite for Piano in Five Movements)               Subito/Presser                     

                                                                                                                                                               

January 2004         O Sing to the Lord a New Song (Psalm 96)                                     Subito/Presser

                                (for SATB chorus and piano)

 

January 2004         From East to West                                                                               Subito/Presser

                                (for SATB chorus and organ)

 

January 2004         Sonata for Piano                                                                                  Subito/Presser

 

January 2004         Six Interval Inventions (for piano)                                                    Subito/Presser

 

January 2004         The Boswell Songs (for soprano and piano)                                  Subito/Presser

 

January 2004         Nursery Problems (for solo soprano)                                             Subito/Presser

 

January 2004         Spring Thunder (for soprano and flute)                                          Subito/Presser

 

January 2004         two soprano songs (for soprano and piano)                                    Subito/Presser

 

January 2004         Portraits (for soprano and piano)                                                    Subito/Presser

 

March 2004           Salem Sonata (Four movement sonata for organ)                          Subito/Presser                     

                                                                                                                                                               

March 2004           In Mystery and Wonder (Two movement solo organ work)         Subito/Presser

 

April 2004              Bright as Lightening : The Hymns of Dan Locklair                    Zimbel/Subito

 

Recent recordings of LOCKLAIR works:

 

DATE OF RELEASE            TITLE                     CO-WRITER(S)                    LABEL                   ARTIST

 

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

 

May 2003               Pater Noster (Motet for SATB chorus)          Priory (UK) CD     The Choir of the Abbey

School Tewkesbury, England (Benjamin Nicholas, conductor)

 

Recent recordings of LOCKLAIR works – continued:

 

February 2004       In the Almost Evening                                        Elmgrove CD         Janeanne Houston, soprano

                                (Nocturne for Soprano, Clarinet and Piano)                  Robert Jogensen, piano                                                                                                                                                                      Craig Rine, Clarinet

 

April 2004              Create in Me a Clean Heart                      Arsis (Albany) CD       The Vocal Arts Ensemble

                                and Pater Noster                                                                                 of Durham (Rodney

                                                                                                                                                Wynkoop, conductor)

 

1. WORLD PREMIERES

 

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

 

N.B. Celebration was commissioned by First Presbyterian Church in honor of Mr. Murphy’s twentieth year as the Church’s Organist and Director of Music.

 

Ubi Caritas for unison voices and organ; 1 June 2003; The St. Paul Choir; John Mitchener, organ;

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

 

From East to West  (A Christmas Anthem for SATB chorus and organ) 6 December 2003; The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir (Eric Stark, Artistic Director); St. Paul’s United Methodist Church; Indianapolis, IN.

 

N.B. From East to West was the result of a commission from The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir and the Lilly Endowment.

 

The Five Senses (A Suite for Piano in Five Movements) 18 October 2003; Louis Goldstein, piano;

MTNA (Music Teachers National Association) North Carolina Convention; Meredith College; Raleigh, NC.

 

N.B. The Five Senses was the result of a commission from the MTNA.

 

O Sing to the Lord a New Song [Psalm 96] (Anthem for SATB chorus and piano) 4 December 2003;

Wake Forest University Concert Choir (Brian Gorelick, conductor); Brendle Recital Hall, Wake Forest University;

Winston-Salem, NC.

 

N.B. O Sing to the Lord a New Song (Psalm 96) was the result of a commission from Drs. Mary Ann and Gerald Taylor in honor of recently retired Wake Forest University Chaplain, Edgar Christman. 

 

Salem Sonata (for organ) 19 March 2004; Peter Sykes, organ; The Auditorium of The Visitor’s Center;

Old Salem, Inc.; Winston-Salem, NC

 

N.B. Salem Sonata was commissioned by Old Salem for the rededication of the 2004 restoration of the 1800 Tannenberg organ – the largest extant Tannenberg organ in the world.

 

2. NORTH CAROLINA PREMIERE

 

Symphony of Seasons (Symphony No. 1)  26 & 27 March 2004; The North Carolina Symphony Orchestra (Jeffrey Pollack, conductor); Meymandi Concert Hall; Raleigh, NC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Locklair, Dan – continued

 

3. 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)

 

Credo

5 December 2003; The Yale Schola Cantorum (Simon Carrington, conductor); -in a Concert of Credo settings-

Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library; Yale University;  New Haven, CT

 

9 May 2004; The St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (Gerre Hancock, Organist/Master of the Choristers); St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue; New York City

               

O Sing to the Lord a New Song (Psalm 96) (Anthem for SATB choir and piano)

 

7 December 2003; Wake Forest University Concert Choir (Brian Gorelick, conductor); Wait Chapel

Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC

 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (Montréal) (for SATB chorus and organ)

 

6 May 2003; St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (John Scott, Guest Director); St. Thomas Church Fifth Ave.;

New York City

                               

9 May 2004; St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (Gerre Hancock, Director); St. Thomas Church Fifth Ave.

New York City

 

PHOENIX FANFARE AND PROCESSIONAL (for organ, brass, 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)

 

3 October 2003; W. Dan Hardin, organ; Florida International University; Miami, FL

 

3 February 2004; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Elon University; Elon, NC

 

15 April 2004; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Indiana University Auditorium; Indiana University; Bloomington, IN

 

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.]

 

13 April 2003; Timothy E. Guenther, organ; First English Lutheran Church; Mansfield, OH

 

25 May 2003; David Beatty, organ; The Swarthmore Presbyterian Church; Swarthmore, PA

 

9 July 2003; Matthew Walsh, organ; First English Lutheran Church; Appleton, WI

 

12 August 2003; Peter King, organ; Cologne Cathedral; Cologne, Germany

 

 

 

 

3. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR compositions, continued

 

Rubrics, continued

 

Soy Miquel González, organist:

        26 de julio de 2003, Saint Rèmy-en-Provence (France)

        2 de agosto de 2003, Landsberg (Germany)

        22 de octubre de 2003, Barcelona-catedral (Spain)

 

9 November 2003; Boyd Jones, organ; St. Catherine's Episcopal Church; Temple Terrace, FL

 

15 April 2004; Marilyn Keiser, organ; Indiana University Auditorium; Indiana University; Bloomington, IN

 

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.]

 

6 May 2003 (Excerpts from both Organbooks); Brian Harlow, organ; St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue;

New York City

 

1 June 2003 (Excerpts from both Organbooks); John Mitchener, organ; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church;

Winston-Salem, NC

 

5 October 2003 (Excerpts from both Organbooks); John Mitchener, organ; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church;

Winston-Salem, NC

 

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

 

5 October 2003; The Covenant Choir; Covenant Presbyterian Church; Charlotte, NC

                               

Shepherds Rejoice (A two-movement SATB choral cycle  a cappella)

 

Already in its second printing, this two-movement cycle was widely performed throughout the US this past December. Yet, no programs were sent to me.

                               

Three Christmas Motets (for SATB chorus, divisi)

                               

Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Artistic Director); 5,6,8 December 2003; Christ United Methodist Church;

Greensboro, NC

 

Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Artistic Director); 9 December 2003; Centenary United Methodist Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

changing perceptions & EPITAPH (for SATB chorus and piano)

 

25 October 2003; The Piedmont Chamber Singers (William Osborne, Music Director); St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

Pater Noster (Motet for SATB chorus, a cappella)

 

16 February 2003; The Fourth Church Choir; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL

 

17 March 2003; The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys; East coast tour at Trinity Episcopal Church;

Asheville, NC

 

 

3. Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR compositions, continued

 

Pater Noster, continued

 

18 March 2003; The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys; East coast tour at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church;

Charlotte, NC

 

23 March 2003; The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys; East coast tour at The Cathedral of St. Philip;

Atlanta, GA                          

 

A Spiritual Pair (Diptych for Organ)

 

7 March 2004; Quentin Faulkner; First Presbyterian Church; Missoula, MT

 

19 August 2003; Margaret Chen, organ; Cologne Cathedral; Cologne, Germany                      

 

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

 

A DuBose Heyward Triptych (for SSAATTBB chorus, a cappella)

 

16 May 2004; South Carolina Symphonic Chorus (Timothy Koch, conductor); Washington Street Methodist Church;

Columbia, SC

 

The Æolian Sonata (for organ)

 

12 October 2003; Haig Mardirosian, organ; The Church of the Ascension and St. Agnus; Washington, DC 

 

The Lone, Wild Bird (for unison chorus and organ)

 

25 April 2004; Winston-Salem Children's Choir (Barbara Beattie, conductor); Augsburg Spring Festival; Augsburg Lutheran Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

Jubilo (for organ)

       

18 April 2004; Susan Bates, organ;   West Market Street United Methodist Church; Greensboro, NC

 

From East to West (for SATB choir and organ)

 

27 February 2004; At American Choral Directors Central Division 2004 Convention; The Sanctuary Choir of Second Presbyterian Church (Mark Riddles, Director of Music); Indianapolis, IN

 

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Compact Disc Recordings:

 

Bach and Handel: Baroque Masters; Arias from Serse and Rinaldo (Handel); Arias fromCantatas by Handel and Bach.  With Carolina Baroque period instrument ensemble; CB-110, White Sound Studio, Salisbury, NC, 2002

 

Bach:  Music to Challenge the Intellect and Touch the Heart; Cantata #21 “Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis in meinem Herzen”; Cantata # 182   “Himmelskönig, sei willkommen”.   With Carolina Baroque period instrument ensemble; CB-112, White Sound Studio, Salisbury, NC, 2002

 

Radomski, Teresa – continued

 

Compact Disc Recordings, continued

 

Telemann and His Friends:  Bach and Handel; Two Solo Cantatas for Soprano and instruments (Telemann); Arias from Almira and Giulio Cesare in Egitto (Handel).  With Carolina Baroque period instrument ensemble; CB-116, White Sound Studio, Salisbury, NC, 2003

 

Handel and His Peers; Aria from Rinaldo (Handel); Arias from Cantata #206 and Mass in A major (Bach).

With Carolina Baroque period instrument ensemble; CB-117, White Sound Studio, Salisbury, NC, 2004

 

Soprano Soloist:  Motet “Jesu, meine Freude”, “Ascension Cantata” (Bach).  Abendmusik Baroque Festival; York Oratorio Society and Baroque Orchestra; First Presbyterian Church; York, PA; June 1, 2003

 

Song Recital:  Music of Haydn, Schubert, Mozart, Poulenc, Barber, Spirituals.  With Thomas Turnbull, piano;

Abendmusik Concert Series; First Presbyterian Church; York, PA; September 13, 2003

 

Song Recital:  Music of Haydn, Schubert, Mozart, Poulenc, Barber, Spirituals.  With Thomas Turnbull, piano;

Friends of Music at Emmanuel 2003-2004 Series; Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Lincolnton, NC, October 5, 2003

 

Concert:  Telemann and His Friends; Two Solo Cantatas for Soprano and instruments (Telemann);

Arias from Almira and Giulio Cesare in Egitto (Handel).  With Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble;

St. John’s Lutheran Church; Salisbury, NC; October 17, 2003

 

Song Recital:  Music of Haydn, Schubert, Mozart, Poulenc, Barber, Spirituals.  With Thomas Turnbull, piano;

Music at Cherry Hill; Cherry Hill Historical Foundation; Warrenton, NC; October 26, 2003

 

Soprano Soloist: Gloria (Vivaldi)  Messiah, Part I (Handel).   Abendmusik Concert Series: Christmas Choral Extravaganza; York Oratorio Society and Baroque Orchestra; First Presbyterian Church, York, PA;

 December 13, 2003

 

Concert:  Handel and His Peers; Arias from Rinaldo (Handel), Cantata #206 and Mass in A major (Bach).

With Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; St. John’s Lutheran Church; Salisbury, NC; February 20, 2004

 

Concert:  The Unheard Beethoven; Solo songs and duets with chamber ensemble. 

Brendle Recital Hall; WFU; March 28, 2004

 

Concert:  Music for Two Sopranos &Chamber Music by Handel; Italian duets, Cantata Aminta e Fillide.

With soprano Marilyn Taylor and Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; St. John’s Lutheran Church; Salisbury, NC; April 16, 2004

 

Concert:  Music for Two Sopranos &Chamber Music by Handel; Italian duets, Cantata Aminta e Fillide.

With soprano Marilyn Taylor and Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Brendle Recital Hall; WFU;

April 24, 2004

 

Soprano Soloist:  Messiah, Part II (Handel).  With the Piedmont Choral Society and Orchestra;

St. James Lutheran Church; Concord, NC; May 7, 2004


II.            Papers and Presentations

 

Borwick, Susan

 

“‘And the World Has Changed’: The Progressive Mrs. Beach” read at the annual meeting of the American Musicological Society (Houston, Texas, 14 November 2003).

 

The NWSA Contemporary Curriculum Transformation Project: The Transforming Significance of Women of Color to Women's Studies Curricula-- Facing and Overcoming Our Fears, session coordinator and steering committee chair, annual conference of the National Women’s Studies Association (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 18-20 June 2004):

 

Session 1: "A nuanced overview of curricular issues," June 18, 2004.

 

Session 2: "Course integration: Work groups," June 19, 2004.

 

Session 3: "Demonstrating the classroom transformed," June 20, 2004.

 

“New Program Directors: Leaders & Managers,” session organizer at the Program Administration & Development preconference, NWSA (Milwaukee, WI), 17 June 2004.

 

Carrasco, Jacqueline

 

Guest soloist for Brandenburg Concerti Readings at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Chapter of the American String Teachers Association, UNC-Chapel Hill, September 20, 2003

 

Guest performer for the String New Music Reading Session at the annual conference of the International Association for Jazz Education, New York City, January 24, 2004

 

Carter, Stewart

 

“Nicks, Kerfs, and Joints: The Story of the Cornett, 1750-1850, in Documents and Surviving Instruments.” Joint meeting of the Galpin Society and American Musical Instrument Society, Edinborough, Scotland, August 2003.

 

Kairoff, Peter

 

International Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

Paper: “Musical Depiction of character in Mozart’s Don Giovanni”, 8/6/03.

 

North Carolina Music Teachers’ Association (NCMTA) annual meeting, Raleigh:  Judge for the Young Artist competition,  10/17/03

 

Levy, David

 

Paper: “Notation and Meaning in op. 133”, Spring Meeting of the Southeast Chapter of the American Musicological Society, Chapel Hill, NC, February 14, 2004

 

Guest Lecture:Notation and Meaning in op. 133”, UNC-Greensboro School of Music, Greensboro, NC, March 3, 2004

 

Guest Lecture: “Analytical Perspectives on Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony”, North Carolina School of the Arts, March 4, 2004

 

Locklair, Dan

 

Lecture : Music Teacher's National Association (MTNA) Convention, 18 October 2003, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC


III.           Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Borwick, Susan

 

Reader in music for the National Women’s Studies Association Journal.

 

Member, Program Administration and Development Council, National Women’s Studies Association, 2000-present.

 

Chair, Leadership and Mentoring Committee, Program Administration and Development Council, National Women’s Studies Association, 2000-present.

 

Chair, Steering Committee, The Contemporary Curriculum Transformation Project, National Women’s Studies Association.

 

Organizer and overseer, The NWSA PA&D Council Mentoring Project, 2003-2004.

 

Carter, Stewart

 

Executive Editor, Historic Brass Society Journal

 

General Editor, Bucina: The Historic Brass Society Series

 

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

 

Member of Editorial Board, Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society

 

Member, Board of Governors, American Musical Instrument Society

 

Member, Board of Directors, Historic Brass Society

 

Member, Research Committee, International Trombone Association

 

Hagy, David          

 

American University                           6 hours

        Assisted Music Department in defining appropriate qualifications of orchestra conductor to be hired and in writing an Announcement of Job Opening to attract candidates who were a good match and who would accept the position

 

Levy, David

 

Advisory Board: American Beethoven Society

 

Winston-Salem Symphony Music Director Search Committee (estimated 30 hours)

 

Program Advisory Committee: Winston-Salem Symphony (4 hours)

 

Secrest Artists Series Advisory Committee (3 hours)

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

Locklair, Dan

 

Consultant to Old Salem, Inc. for Tannenberg Organ project, completed March 2004

 

Producer of Raven CD, The Old Salem Large Tannenberg Organ :Peter Sykes Plays the Dedication Recital (which includes the World Premiere recording of Locklair's Salem Sonata), May 2004

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Consultant, Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University

                Patients referred to me for therapeutic voice/singing training


IV.           External Grants Received