DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

JULY 1, 2004 – JUNE 30, 2005

 

 

I.      Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II.    Papers and Presentations

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

 

I.            Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Borwick, Susan

 

Psalms of Intimacy for solo voice, oboe, horn, harp, and ’cello ©2004:

No. 1 “Where Is Thy God?” Psalm 42 Dorian.

No. 2 “How Long?” Psalm 13 Phrygian.

No. 3 “Thou Art There!” Psalm 139 Aeolian.

Premiered 29 April 2005 by Teresa Radomski, Barbara Trautwein, Bob Campbell, Kristin Burke, Julie Hammarback; Susan Borwick, conductor.

 

“Mary’s Song: A Song that Never Ends,” for voice, obligato, and keyboard, text by Jill Crainshaw and Sheila Hunter, performed at the Advent Festival of Lessons and Carols, performed Nov. 30, 2004 by Valerie Cooper, Amy McPeters, Susan Borwick.

 

Pianist for the Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols, sponsored by the Divinity School, Department of Music, Department of Theatre & Dance, Wait Chapel (30 Nov. 2004).

 

“As Jesus Walked into the Stream,” for voice, obligato, and harp, text by Susan Borwick, performed 29 April 2005 by Teresa Radomski, Barbara Trautwein, Julie Hammarback.

 

“Allelujah, a Song of Serenity,” for voice and keyboard, performed 29 April 2005 by Kate Lambert and Susan Borwick.

 

Dona nobis pacem for 3 choirs, 3 handbell choirs, handchime choir, Orff instruments, orchestral chimes (invited composer), Hail the Heaven-Born Prince of Peace, a Christmas Festival, Knollwood Baptist Church (12 Dec. 2004).

 

“Rising to the Challenge” theme song composer (invited), 2005 Stewardship Campaign, Knollwood Baptist Church (Oct. 2004).

 

“My Tribute” performed with Annie Mae Dalton, Hooding Ceremony, Divinity School (14 May 2005).

 

Bowen, Charles K.

 

Numerous performances with the following WFU music ensembles:

        Marching Band

        Wind Ensemble         

        Commencement Brass Ensemble (serve as ensemble coordinator)

 

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

 

Carrasco, Jacqueline

 

Guest second violinist with the Cassatt Quartet (New York City-based) at the Seal Bay Festival of         American Chamber Music (not listed in 2004 faculty report):

               Smith Hokanson Memorial Hall, Vinalhaven, ME. June 16, 2004.

               Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, ME. June 17, 2004.

               Round Top Center for the Arts, Damariscotta, ME. June 18, 2004.

 

Guest artist with Chamber Music Society of Wilmington in performance with the Joffrey         School Dancers.               Kenan Auditorium, UNC Wilmington, NC. July 24, 2004.

Carrasco, Jacqueline – continued

 

Guest chamber musician, Summer Music in Blowing Rock. St. Mary of the Hills Church, Blowing Rock,         NC. August 8, 2004.

 

Guest artist with the Foothills Chamber Music Festival:

        Reynolda House, Winston-Salem, NC. August 7, 2004.

        St. Paul’s Methodist Church, Winston-Salem, NC. August 20, 2004.

        Benefit concert. Private home, Winston-Salem, NC. February 20, 2005.

 

Solo recital. Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. September 1, 2005.

 

Guest violinist with the Carolina Piano Trio:

        Master Class. Crystal Coast School of the Arts, Morehead City, NC. January 29, 2005.

        American Music Festival season concert. North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, NC.; January 29, 2005.             

        Chamber Music Society of Wilmington season concert. Thalian Hall, Wilmington, NC.; January 30, 2005.

        Smedes Parlor Concert Series. Saint Mary’s School, Raleigh, NC. February 1, 2005.

 

Guest artist with Chamber Music at St. Peter’s:

        First Tuesday and AfterWork series concerts. St. Peter’s Church, Charlotte, NC. April 5, 2004.

        Sunday Serenades series concert. Private home, Charlotte, NC. April 10, 2005.

        St. Patrick's Episcopal Mission series concert. Mooresville, NC. April 17, 2005.

 

Solo violinist for Theatre Alliance’s performances of “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”. SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC. June 10-12, 16-19.

 

Carter, Stewart

 

Director, Wake Forest University Collegium Musicum, “French and Flemish Music of the Seventeenth Century,” Brendle Recital Hall, Nov. 10, 2004.

 

Recorder soloist with Carolina Baroque, concert in Salisbury, NC, Mar. 11, 2005.

 

Concert, played sackbut in “German Music From the Age of Senfl,” directed by Andrew Lawrence-King, Bennington College, Bennington, VT, July 12, 2004

 

Dixon, Patricia

 

July 24 to August 4, 2004 - Guest Performer and Faculty Member at the Cincinnati Classical Guitar Workshop, the University of Cincinnati College Music Conservatory

 

April 4, 2005 - Master-class at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

 

April 8, 2005 - Duo Recital for the Evansville Guitar Society, Evansville Indiana.

 

April 9, 2005 - Master class at the University of Evansville, Indiana

 

Goldstein, Louis

 

Recital with Jacqui Carrasco, Brendle Recital Hall, Sept. 1

 

Public performance as part of a course curriculum, March 28


Gorelick, Brian

 

Wake Forest Concert Choir Additional Performances:

 

        Opening Convocation, Wait Chapel, 10-28-04

 

        Moravian Lovefeast, Wait Chapel, 12-5-04

 

        Tour to Washington, D.C.:

               St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Roanoke, Va., 3-19-05

                Washington National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., 3-20-05

 

        William and Mary Choir Concert, Brendle Recital Hall, 3-22-05

 

        Baccalaureate, Wait Chapel, 5-15-05

 

Hagy, David

 

Chamber Music Concert in Venice, November 25

 

Salisbury Symphony “Big Band Bash,” January 8

 

Salisbury Symphony Orchestra “Symphony of Seasons,” January 15

 

Winston-Salem Youth Symphony/Youth Philharmonic Joint Concert, February 12

 

Salisbury Symphony Orchestra “Drawing Out the Sound,” February 27

 

Wake Forest University Orchestra “Concerto Competition Winners Concert,” March 1

 

Wake Forest University Orchestra End of Semester Concert, April 21

 

Wake Forest University Orchestra “Gilbert & Sullivan Gala,” April 25

 

Salisbury Symphony Orchestra “You Oughtta Be On Broadway,” April 30

 

Winston-Salem Youth Symphony End of Season Concert, May 7

 

Salisbury Symphony Orchestra Salisbury Post Centennial Celebration Concert, June 4

 

Salisbury Youth Orchestra Summer Camp Concert July 1

 

Heard, Richard

 

September 14, 2004 – Faculty Colloquium (Department of Music)

 

October 21, 2004 – Wake Forest University Fall Choral Concert (Soloist)

 

December 2, 2004 – Lake Charles Symphony (Messiah) Lake Charles, LA

 

December 16, 2004 – Greensboro Oratorio Society (Messiah) Greensboro, NC

 

January 20, 2005 – Wake Forest University (Faculty Recital)

 

February 16, 2005 – High Point University (Recital) High Point, NC

 

Kairoff, Peter

 

CD Recording, “American Character: Piano Music of George Whitefield Chadwick”.  Albany Records,  No. TR745, March 1, 2005.  Albany , NY.   This recording is the first and only recording of the piano music of American composer George Chadwick (1854-1931).   I also wrote the liner notes in the enclosed booklet.

 

November 19, 2005.  Solo piano recital, Burkhead Methodist Church.  Music of Chadwick.

 

February 20, 2005.  Recital with violinist Kevin Lawrence, NC Museum of Art, Raleigh.  “Sights and Sounds” series, Raleigh Chamber Music Society.  Music of Foote, Bolcolm Sonata #3, Faure Sonata in A.

 

February 25, 2005.  Reynolda House Museum of American Art.  Same program as 2/20/05.

 

March 13, 2005.  Weymouth Center for the Arts, Southern Pines, NC.  Same program as 2/20/05.

 

March 29, 2005.  Recital with David Bellugi, Recorder player from Florence, Italy.  WFU Brendle Recital Hall.  Music of Telemann and Galuppi.

 

March 31, 2005.  University of Nevada at Las Vegas.  Solo harpsichord recital with spoken commentary: “Keyboard works of Baldassare Galuppi”.  American Society of 18th-C. Studies National conference.

 

April 3, 2005.  University of Iowa, Iowa City.  Same program as 3/29/05.  Iowa City Early Keyboard Society series.

 

April 15, 2005.  Recital with Mezzo-soprano Lorraine diSimone, WFU, Brendle Hall.  Music of Verdi, Brahms, Schumann, Bizet.

 

June 24, 2005.  Harpsichord soloist and conductor, concert of baroque music from Venice, Watson Hall, NC School of the Arts, “Magnolia Baroque Festival”. 

 

June 25, 2005.  Harpsichordist, “Magnolia Baroque Festival Orchestra”.  Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, Bach’s Magnificat.

 

Levy, David

 

Program Notes: Winston-Salem Symphony, 2004-05 season

 

Violinist: Temple Emanuel Cultural Event, April 16, 2005

 

Levy, Kathryn

 

Piccolo with the Chautauqua Symphony, Chautauqua, NY  - 8 weeks ( July – August)

 

Principal Flute with the Winston-Salem Symphony  (September - April)

 

9/8/05 – 9/11/05:  4th Flute with the Charlotte Symphony Classical Series Concert

 

2/1/05 – 2/4/05: 2nd Flute and Piccolo with the Carolina Chamber Symphony

 

4/2/05 – 4/9/05: 4th Flute and Piccolo with the Greensboro Symphony Masterworks Concert

 

5/9/05 – 5/12/05: 2nd Flute and Piccolo with the Carolina Chamber Symphony


Locklair, Dan

 

Recent music publications of LOCKLAIR works:

 

DATE OF RELEASE                        TITLE                                                                Publisher            

 

Summer 2004      As Bright as Lightening (The Hymns of Dan Locklair)      Zimbel Press  (Licensed by Subito)

 

 

December 2004  Dance the Joy (in an anthology for organ)                                             United Music Publishers (UK)

                                                                                                                                       Licensed by Subito                                                                                                                                                                

December 2004  Ave Maria                                                                                     Subito

                              (for SATB chorus, a cappella)

 

 

January 2005      The Gift of Music                                                                         Subito

                              (for SSA chorus and piano)

 

April 2005           Concerto for Harp and Orchestra                                                          Subito

 

 

May 2005            Spreckels' Fancy (for organ)                                                     Subito

 

Recent recordings of LOCKLAIR works:

 

DATE OF RELEASE         TITLE                                                                LABEL                 ARTIST

 

Late Spring 2004               Salem Sonata (4-movement work for organ)            Raven                   Peter Sykes, organ

 

Late Spring 2004               Pater Noster and Create in Me….                                           Arsis                     Vocal Arts Ensemble

 

November 2004  Dan Locklair : Chamber Music                                Albany                 Various

                              (2-CD set)

 

January 2005      Pater Noster (Motet for SATB chorus)                   Arsis                     Cathedral Choral Society

(Washington, DC),

J. Reilly Lewis, Music Director

 

March 2005         Rubrics for organ                                           Birmingham Symphony (UK) Thomas Trotter, organ

                                                                                                         CD label

1. WORLD PREMIERES

 

In Mystery and Wonder (The Casavant Diptych) (Commissioned by Casavant Frères, Saint-Hyacinthe, (Québec) Canada for its world-wide 125th Anniversary Celebration)

              

World and Canadian Premiere: 26 September 2004; Jacquelin Rochette, organ; Saint-Nom-de-Jésus Church; Montréal, Canada

              

Official American Premiere: 24 October 2004; Pierre Pincemaille, organ; Broadway Baptist Church;

Fort Worth, TX


Locklair, Dan – continued

1.  World Premieres, continued

 

Premieres throughout the world, including Mexico, Ecuador, Columbia, Zimbabwe, Australia, Japan, through Europe and the United States occurred on the November 13-14, 2004 Casavant Anniversary weekend, with several hundred organists performing In Mystery and Wonder.  (N.B. Specific information about only several performances is noted below.)

 

Concerto for Harp and Orchestra  (Commissioned by Mary Barlett, Western Piedmont Symphony Orchestra and Appalachian State University)

 

16 April 2005; Western Piedmont Symphony Orchestra (John Gordon Ross, Music Director and Conductor); Jacquelyn Bartlett, Harp; Hickory, NC

 

The Gift of Music (for SSA chorus and piano, poetry by Fred Chappell)        (Commissioned by the Winston-Salem Children's Chorus for its 10th Anniversary)

 

8 May 2005; The Winston-Salem Children's Chorus (Barbara Beattie, Music Director and Conductor); St. Timothy's Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, 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.)

              

Symphony of Seasons (Symphony No. 1) 

 

15 January 2005; The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra (David Hagy, Music Director and Conductor); Keppel Auditorium; Salisbury, NC

 

Brief Mass (for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella)

 

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

 

23 January 2005; The St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (John Scott, Organist/Master of the Choristers); St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue; New York City

 

The Five Senses (Suite for Piano in Five Movements)

                             

22 April 2005; Natalya Shkoda, piano; Katzin Concert Hall; Arizona State University School of Music; Tempe, AZ

 

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

                             

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

 

27 April 2005; St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (John Scott, Director); St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue;

New York City

 

In Mystery and Wonder (The Casavant Diptych) for organ

 

13 June 2004; Christine Bouton, organ; St. Peter's Lutheran Church; Huntington Station, NY

 

26 September 2004; Christine Bouton, organ; The United Methodist Church; Farmingdale, NY

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

 

In Mystery and Wonder, continued

 

24 October 2004;              Alan Morrison, organ; Sixth Presbyterian Church; Pittsburgh, PA

 

12 November 2004; Steven Egler, organ; First Presbyterian Church; Sagninaw, MI

 

14 November 2004; Steven Egler, organ; Central Michigan University; Mt. Pleasant, MI

 

14 November 2004; Joby Bell, organ; First Baptist Church; Hickory, NC

 

Phoenix (solo organ version from PHOENIX FANFARE AND PROCESSIONAL)

 

20 June 2004; Dan Locklair, organ; St. Paul's Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

15 May 2005; Dan Locklair, organ; Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC

 

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

                             

16 May 2004; South Carolina Symphonic Chorale (Timothy Koch, Director); Washington Street Methodist Church; Columbia, SC                

 

Sonata da chiesa (1998) for flute and organ

 

8 February 2004 [Not previously reported]; Steven Egler, organ; Frances Shelly, flute;

First Presbyterian Church; Rochester, MN

 

Gloria (for SSAATTBB chorus, brass octet and percussion) – Southeastern Premiere

 

1 May 2004; First Church Choir; 2005 Festival; First United Methodist Church; Birmingham, AL

 

Ayre for the Dance (for organ)

 

3 June 2005; Robert Gant, organ; Spoleto Festival USA; Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul; Charleston, SC

 

In the Autumn Days (A Symphony for Chamber Orchestra)

 

23 June 2004; Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra (Warren Friesen, Artistic Director and Conductor);

Lake Superior, MI

 

changing perceptions & EPITAPH (A six-movement choral cycle)

 

26 May 2005; The Carolina Voices Festival Singers (Donna Hill, conductor); Myers Park Baptist Church;

Charlotte, NC

 

 

30 May 2005; The Carolina Voices Festival Singers (Donna Hill, conductor); Spoleto USA; St. Matthew's Lutheran Church; Charleston, SC

 

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.]

 

10 June 2004 (Mvmt. IV); Scott Hanoian, organ; As a part of the Prelude music to the funeral of President Ronald Wilson Reagan; Washington National Cathedral; Washington, DC

 

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

 

Rubrics, continued

 

21 May 2004; Kimberly Marshall, organ; The James A. Gray, Jr. Auditorium of Old Salem; Winston-Salem, NC

 

4 August 2004; Marianne Chaudoir, organ; Lawrence Memorial Chapel; Appleton, WI

              

3 October 2004; Mark Hopper, organ; The First Baptist Church; Henderson, NC

 

3 October 2004; James Isaac Boschker, organ; St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church; Fort Wayne, IN

 

17 October 2004;              Carol Williams, organ; St. Bonifatius, Wiesbaden (Germany)

 

13 November 2005 (I, IV); James D. Hildreth, organ; Organ Hall; Knepropetrovsk; Ukraine

 

30 November 2005 (IV, V); Frank Jordan, organ; Holy Trinity Episcopal Church; Oxford, OH

 

9 March 2005; Carol Williams, organ; St. Mary's Cathedral; San Francisco, CA

 

24 April 2005 (IV); Robert Gant, organ; James A. Gray, Jr. Auditorium; Old Salem Inc.; Winston-Salem, NC

 

3 June 2005 (IV); Robert Gant, organ; Spoleto Festival USA; Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul; Charleston, SC

 

Instant Culture (A Choral Drama for SATB chorus and piano)

 

26 April 2005; Wake Forest Chorale (Brian Gorelick, conductor); Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC

 

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.]

 

28 March 2004 (Both Organbooks) [Not previously reported]; James D. Hildreth, organ; Broad Street Presbyterian Church; Columbus, OH

                             

19 December 2004 (Excerpts from Organbook II); Mary Murrell Faulkner, organ; Saint Cecilia Cathedral; Omaha, NE

 

Salem Sonata for organ

                             

4 April 2004; Carl Schwartz, organ; The Falls Church (Episcopal); Falls Church, VA

 

12 May 2004; Dan Locklair, organ;             James A. Gray, Jr. Auditorium of Old Salem;            Winston-Salem, NC

 

20 June 2004; Maureen Howell, organ; St. John's Baptist Church; Charlotte, NC

                             

20 June 2004; Dan Locklair, organ; St. Paul's Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

28 September 2004 (excerpts); Dan Locklair, organ; James A. Gray, Jr. Auditorium of Old Salem; Winston-Salem, NC

 

20 October 2004 (excerpts); Scott Carpenter, organ; James A. Gray, Jr. Auditorium of Old Salem; Winston-Salem, NC

 

14 November 2004; Lou Carol Fix, organ; Bomberger Hall; Urinus College; Collegeville, PA


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

 

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

 

3,4 5 December 2004; Piedmont Chamber Singers (William Osborne, conductor) at:

               United Metropolitan Church (Winston-Salem, NC)

               St. Timothy's Episcopal Church (W-S)

               Episcopal Church of the Ascension (Hickory, NC)

 

A Christmas Carol (for SATB chorus, a cappella)

 

3,4, 5 December 2004; Piedmont Chamber Singers (William Osborne, conductor); at:

               United Metropolitan Church (Winston-Salem, NC)

               St. Timothy's Episcopal Church (W-S)

               Episcopal Church of the Ascension (Hickory, NC)

 

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

 

10 November 2004; Mallarmé Chamber Players; Reynalda House Museum of American Art; Winston-Salem, NC

 

On Cats (A Choral Cycle in Five Movements for SATB chorus and piano)

 

22 October 2004; Davidson College Chamber Singers (William Osborne, Conductor); Davidson College;

Davidson, NC

 

30 April and 2 May 2005; Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Music Director and Conductor);

Christ United Methodist Church; Greensboro, NC

 

From East to West (for SATB chorus and organ)

 

27 February 2004 [Not previously reported]; American Choral Directors Central Division 2004 Convention; The Choir of Second Presbyterian Church (Mark Riddles, Director of Music); Indianapolis, IN

 

19 December 2004; The Chancel Choir (David Pegg, Director);         Centenary United Methodist Church;

 Winston-Salem, NC

 

Music of Quince (A Tone Poem for Flute, Clarinet, Violin and Piano)

 

10 November 2004; Mallarmé Chamber Players; Reynolda House Museum of American Art; Winston-Salem, NC

 

Pater Noster (Motet for SATB chorus, a cappella)

 

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

 

3 October 2004; The Fourth Church Choir; Fourth Presbyterian Church; Chicago, IL

 

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

 

10 November 2004; Mallarmé Chamber Players; Reynolda House Museum of American Art; Winston-Salem, NC

 

The Æolian Sonata (for organ)

 

12 October 2003 (N.B. Not previously reported.); Haig Mardirosian, organ; The Church of the Ascension and St. Agnus; Washington, DC


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

 

Jubilo (for organ)

 

18 April 2004 (N.B. Not previously reported.); Susan Bates, organ; West Market Street United Methodist Church;

Greensboro, NC

 

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

 

25 April 2004 (N.B. Not previously reported.); Winston-Salem Children's Choir Festival (Barbara Beattie, conductor);

Augsburg Lutheran Church; Winston-Salem, NC

 

A Spiritual Pair for organ

 

7 March 2004 (N.B. Not previously reported.); Quentin Faulkner, organ;        First Presbyterian Church;                Missoula, MT

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Compact Disc Recording:  Music For Two Sopranos & Chamber Music by Handel  

Italian Duets, “Aminta e Fillide” Cantata for Two Sopranos; With Marilyn Taylor, soprano and Carolina Baroque period instrument ensemble; CB-118; White Sound Studio; Salisbury, NC;  2005

 

Recital Soloist:  Cantata “Arianna a Naxos” (Joseph Haydn).  Special Dedicatory Recital of the Regier Fortepiano; Andrew Willis, fortepiano; Brendle Recital Hall, WFU; January 28, 2005

 

Musical Director:  L’isola disabitata (1831).  A Salon Opera by Manuel García; World Premiere Performance;

Brendle Recital Hall, WFU; April 7-8, 2005

 

Singing Director:  A Gilbert and Sullivan Gala, In Honor of President Thomas K. Hearn.  Brendle Recital Hall, WFU; April 25, 2005

 

Soprano Soloist:  Service of Ordination, Susan Harden Borwick.  Knollwood Baptist Church; April 29, 2005

 

Song Recital: “Canzoni della lontananza”, with Thomas Turnbull, piano.  The Italian School, Middlebury College; June 29, 2005


II.           Papers and Presentations

 

Borwick, Susan

 

“Pathways to Peace: Using Artistic Metaphors for Dialogue and Collaboration,” at the Parliament of the World’s Religions: Pathways to Peace: The Wisdom of Listening, the Power of Commitment, sponsored by the Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions and the UNESCO Centre of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain (7-13 July 2004) [with Katherine E. Amos].

 

“A transformed class session,” The Contemporary Curriculum Transformation Project, National Women’s Studies Association (Orlando, FL, 12 June 2005), with Liza Fiol-Matta, Leslie Hill, Layli Phillips.

 

“Course transformation,” The Contemporary Curriculum Transformation Project, National Women’s Studies Association (Orlando, FL, 11 June 2005), with Liza Fiol-Matta, Leslie Hill, Layli Phillips.

 

“A nuanced overview of curricular issues,” The Contemporary Curriculum Transformation Project, National Women’s Studies Association (Orlando, FL, 10 June 2005), with Liza Fiol-Matta, Leslie Hill, Layli Phillips.

 

“The Contemporary Curriculum Transformation Project: An Overview,” Program Administration & Development Committee Preconference, National Women’s Studies Association (Orlando, FL, 9 June 2005).

 

Carter, Stewart

 

“Trombones and Shawms in Stone: Benedetto da Maiano’s Coronation of Alfonso II (ca. 1494),” national meeting of the American Musical Instrument Society, Las Vegas, NV, May 21, 2005.

 

Dixon, Patricia

 

March 11, 2005.  Presented a paper, “Cultural Perspectives in Music: Canto a lo Poeta in Chile”for the Central States Anthropological Society at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

 

Heard, Richard

 

March 3-6, 2005.  University of Dayton (Symposium on African American Women Composers)

Lecture/Recital – The Vocal Works of Margaret Bonds

 

Kairoff, Peter

 

March 31, 2005:  American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies, national meeting, Las Vegas, NV.  “Rediscovering a Venetian master:  Keyboard Works of Baldassare Galuppi”.   Lecture/recital, including a performance at the harpsichord of 6 sonatas of Galuppi.

 

Levy, David

 

Guest lecture: Institute for European Studies, Vienna – “The ‘Urtext’ Edition of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony” (December 14, 2004)

 

 


III.         Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Borwick, Susan

 

Reader for the National Women’s Studies Association Journal.

 

Program Administration and Development Council, National Women’s Studies Association, 2 terms: 2000-2004.

 

Chair, Leadership and Mentoring Subcommittee, Program Administration and Development Council, National Women’s Studies Association, 2 terms: 2000-2004.

 

Chair, Organizing Committee and Resource Team, The Contemporary Curriculum Transformation Project, National Women’s Studies Association, 2002-present.

 

Carter, Stewart

 

Executive Editor, Historic Brass Society Journal

 

General Editor, Bucina: The Historic Brass Society Series

 

Editorial Board, Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society

 

Board of Directors, Historic Brass Society

 

Council Member, American Musicological Society

 

Board of Governors, American Musical Instrument Society

 

Levy, David

 

Taught graduate (doctoral level) seminar: Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY, summer session 2004

6 week summer session—classes met 5 hours per week, outside of class advising not included. Served on two doctoral committees

 

Secrest Artists Series Advisory Committee

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Consultant, Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University.  Patients referred to me for therapeutic voice training