DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SUMMARY
FOR JULY 1, 1998 TO JUNE 30, 1999

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

Borwick, Susan

"Keyboard Wizards of the Gershwin Era: Volume 7, Raie da Costa," compact disc review in International Alliance for Women in Music Journal 5/1 (Winter 1999): 28-29.

"Moving Beyond the Center and Into the World," in THE YEAR OF GLOBALIZATION AND DIVERSITY: CONFLICT OR HARMONY (1998-1999) SPRING 1999 COMPANION GUIDE, compiled and edited by Candyce Leonard (Winston-Salem: Wake Forest, 1999): 13-14.

Kate Lambert Patrick, soprano, and Susan Harden Borwick, piano, The Music of Rorem, Copland, Dring, Bizet, and Puccini, The Clyde & Brona Sink Memorial Luncheon, Winston-Salem, 20 April 1999.

Susan Borwick, composer, "Benediction," performed at TAKING THE NEXT STEPS, the 6th Annual General Assembly of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina, Winston-Salem, 12-13 March 1999.

"What a happy surprise to hear your beautiful benediction. How beautiful and appropriate! You would

have been proud of its presentation." --Lynn Parker, WFU

Bowen, Kevin

University Wind Ensemble, 12/1/98 and 4/27/99

University Symphonic Band, 4/15/99

University Jazz Ensemble, 11/19/98 and 4/20/99

University Marching Band, all home football games

Boyes, Katharine

February í99, Emrys Ensemble recital in Blacksburg, VA.

March í99, Solo recital at Davis Memorial Chapel, Baptist Hosptial, W-S.

Carter, Stewart

"Early Trombones in Americaís Shrine to Music Museum." Historic Brass Society Journal, vol. 10 (1998).

"Finale: A Useful Tool in Music Theory Instruction." IMEJ (Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal), no. 1, April 1999.

Review of six editions of early music for recorders, American Recorder 40/2 (March 1999): 32-33.

 

As instrumental director of Wake Forest Collegium Musicum

Italian Music of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, Nov. 10, 1998

Bach and His Predecessors: A Concert of Early German Music, Apr. 22, 1999

Performance as part of WFU chapel service, Mar. 3, 1999

With Carolina Waits, early brass ensemble: Joint concerts with Zephyrus (early music vocal ensemble) in Charlottesville, VA (for annual meeting of Society for Seventeenth-Century Music), Apr. 9; and Blacksburg, VA, Apr. 11.

With Winston-Salem Symphony: fourteen performances of Tchaikovskyís Nutcrackers, December, 1998.

Carter, Stewart - continued

With Baroque Ensemble: performance at Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, Dec. 3, 1998.

With Rossignol (early music wind ensemble), Renaissance Faire, Raleigh, NC, Mar. 27-28, 1999.

Dixon, Patricia

Desk top publication on the Internet. Classroom materials, presentations and guitar related information. To view go to www.wfu.edu/~dixonpa

Accompanied Karon Click on her senior recital

Goldstein, Louis

"Morton Feldman and The Shape of Time," in Perspectives on American Music Since 1950, Garland Publishing.

CD Reviews:

Daniele Lombardi: Futurpiano, The Sonneck Society for American Music Bulletin, Summer 1998

John Cage: The Piano Concertos, John Cage: The Piano Works 3; The Sonneck Society for American

Music Bulletin, Spring 1999

Performance at Reynolda House Museum of American Art: "American Music from the Time of Mary Cassatt" (with Teresa Radomski), May 21, 1998 (not listed in 1997-98 summary).

Solo Piano Recital at Florida State University, October 15, 1998.

Performance on Department of Music Faculty Recital (WFU), November 2, 1998.

Solo Piano Recital, WFU, November 5, 1998.

Recital with Teresa Radomski, Reynolda House, January 14, 1999.

Recital with Teresa Radomski, Davidson College, January 24, 1999.

Recital with Teresa Radomski, Guilford College, February 14, 1999.

Gorelick, Brian

"Dan Locklairís Since Dawn: A New Choral Genre," analytical article submited to the Choral Journal of the American Choral Directors Association, with decision pending, Summer 1998

"Planning the Perfect Choral Rehearsal" teaching methods article submitted to the Music Educatorís Journal of the Music Educators National Conference, with decision pending, Fall 1998

Concert Choir Additional Performances:

Opening Convocation, Wait Chapel, 9-17-98

Moravian Lovefeast, Wait Chapel, 12-6-98

Baccalaureate, Wait Chapel, 5-16-99

Hagy, David

Music Director and Conductor:

The Salisbury Symphony, October 31, 1998, Yakov Kasman, pianist

The Salisbury Symphony, December 19, 1998, Carolina Baroque, soloists

The Salisbury Symphony, January 23, 1999, Corine Brouwer-Cook, violi

The Salisbury Symphony, May 1, 1999, Rowan County Mass Gospel Chorus

Piedmont Players, May 25-June 5, The Pirates of Penzance

Hagy, David - continued

Music Director and Pianist:

Catawba College, March 16-20, 1999, The Most Happy Fella

Concertmaster:

Salisburyís First Baptist Church, December 4-7, 1998, Singing Christmas Tree

Music Director and Pianist:

Wake Forest Main Stage Production, April 9-18, 1999,Closer Than Ever

Heard, Richard

CD Review "Ainít A That Good News" Journal of Singing, March/April 1999

Recital: Southern Baptist Theological Seminary: Louisville, Kentucky, October 27, 1998.

Recital: Wake Forest University: In Celebration of American Music Week: November 2, 1998.

Recital: Wake Forest University: The Accompanistís Art: November 12, 1998.

Concert: Charlotte Repertory Orchestra: November 22, 1998.

Concert: A Celebration of Spirituals: Spiritual Voices Ensemble: Germany, December 6-18, 1998.

Recital: Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center: African-American Art Songs, January 7, 1999.

Concert: Carolina Baroque, February 7, 1999.

Recital: Cameron University: Three Tenors in Concert: Lawton, Oklahoma, February 28, 1999.

Semi-Finalist: American Traditions Competition held in Savannah, Georgia, March 5, 1999.

Recital: Piedmont Artists Concert Series: High Point, North Carolina, March 21, 1999.

Concert: Wake Forest University: Mozart Coronation Mass, March 28, 1999.

Kairoff, Peter

CD Recording: "American Reverie: Piano Music of Horatio Parker", Albany Records, Albany, NY 1999

Levy, David

Review: "After Beethoven", Music Library Association NOTES (September 1998), pp. 103-105

Program Notes: Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony, 1998-99 season

Coordinator and Lecturer: "Camelias and Magnolias: Perspectives on Verdiís La Traviata" (with Piedmont Opera Theater, October 3, 1998

Performance: Handelís Messiah, December 6, 1998, Reynolds Auditorium

Conductor and violin soloist: Messiah Moravian Church Christmas Lovefeast, December 24, 1998

Prelude Lecturer: Greensboro Symphony Orchestra (February 20 & 22, 1999)

Lecturer: Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony Music Loverís Lunch (October 8, 1998 and May 20, 1999

Lecturer: Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony Study Group (May 19, 1999)

Levy, David - continued

Narrator: Mendelssohnís Incidental Music for "A Midsummer Nightís Dream", Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony Concerts, May 22, 23, and 25, 1999)

Levy, Kathy

Member of the Chautauqua Symphony and Opera Orchestra for 1998 summer season. 8 weeks of 24 symphony concerts and 6 opera performances. The orchestra plays in the Chautauqua Ampitheater in Chautauqua, NY.

9/18/98: Op5 (WFU faculty Woodwind Quintet) performance of a concert of music for woodwind quintet, arranged by Mark Popkin. Pieces performed were: Quartet #2 in F Major, Op.22 by Pyotr Ilyich Tcaikovsky; Suite Francaise by Francis Poulenc; Quartet #8 in C Minor, Op, 110 by Dmitri Shostakovich. The performance was in Shirley Recital Hall of the Salem College School of Music.

10/10/98, 10/11/98 and 10/13/98: flute soloist with the Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony in performances of Summertime Fantasy by Gershwin/Foster. The performances were in the Stevenís Center in downtown Winston-Salem.

11/1/98: Directed and performed in the annual Flute Fest Concert which involves WFU flute students, the Silver Wind Flute Choir, and area community flutists. In addition to the concert, I arranged for an exhibit of music and accessories from Separk Music Co. The performance was in Brendle Recital Hall.

11/2/98: performed with Op5 in the WFU Department of Music Celebration of American Music Week. Pieces performed were: Pastoral by Vincent Persichetti and Selections from Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin. The performance was in Brendle Recital Hall.

11/7/98: performed Doug Borwickís *BAD* Girls with the Silver Wind Flute Choir. The performance was in Shirley Recital Hall of the Salem College School of Music.

12/9/98 performed with Op5 in an educational demonstration/concert at St. Johnís Lutheran School in Winston-Salem.

1/13/99-2/4/99: Concert tour of Germany and Switzerland with the American Sinfonietta.

2/12 and 2/13/99: Performed with the Charlotte Symphony on their Classical Concert #6 in the Performing Arts Center in Charlotte.

3/9/99: featured performer for the North Carolina Chautauquans Annual luncheon in Chapel Hill.

3/17/99: performed with Op5 in an educational demonstration/concert at Summit School in Winston-Salem.

3/20/99: performed Johann Sebastian Bachís St. Matthew Passion with the Charlotte Symphony at First Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC.

Locklair, Dan

Music publications:

Holy Canticles (A Suite of Three Canticles for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella)

Publisher : Ricordi, Summer 1998

PHOENIX for solo organ

Publisher : Ricordi, Summer 1998

Locklair, Dan - continued

1. Recent completed compositions:

O Vos Omnes (Motet for TTBB chorus, a cappella), Spring 1998

Ave Verum (Motet for SSAA chorus, a cappella), March 1998

Sonata da chiesa (1998) [a four-movement sonata for flute and organ]

{Commissioned by the American Guild of Organists for its 1999 Region IV Convention, Knoxville, TN}

Summer 1998

Gloria (for SATB choir, divisi, brass octet and percussion)

{Commissioned by the Choral Art Society of Portland, Maine}, Autumn 1998

Jubilo (A Prelude for Organ)

{Commissioned by the American Guild of Organists for the Regional Competitions for Young Organists, 2000, November 1998

En natus est Emanuel (Motet for SSAATTBB choir and SA choir, a cappella), January 1999

Shepherds Rejoice (Two Anthems based on Sacred Harp texts and tunes), January 1999

When Morning Stars Begin to Fall (A Tone Poem for Orchestra)

(Originally commissioned by the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra), Autumn '98 - Winter '99 Complete

revision

O Sacrum Convivium (Motet for SATB choir, a cappella), March 1999

Gentle Alleluias (for soprano and organ), April 1999 Revision

2. Recent Commercial CD Recordings of LOCKLAIR works:

Rubrics (A Liturgical Suite for Organ)

David Dunnett, organ, Merlin (England) CD, Spring 1998,

Recorded at England's Norwich Cathedral, this is the first recording of Rubrics outside the U.S.}

Venite (for SSA and piano) {Originally commissioned by Greensboro Youth Chorus}

Greensboro Youth Chorus (Anne Doyle, Music Director), GYC CD, Summer 1998

Windows of Comfort, Organbooks I & II {Originally commissioned by First Presbyterian Church, Topeka, Kansas}

Marie Rubis Bauer, organ, Recital Recordings CD, December 1998

Rubrics (excerpts)

Sean McCarthy, organ, Elf 1001 CD

Cluster's Last Stand (on the ground), "Rag" from The Breakers Pound

Jukka Tiensuu, harpsichord, Ondine CD, February 1999 (international release date March 1)

3. Recent World Premieres of LOCKLAIR works:

Venite (for SSA choir, piano, bells ad lib)

[Commissioned by Greensboro Youth Chorus, Ann Doyle, Music Director], 16 May 1998

Greensboro Youth Chorus (Ann Doyle, Music Director), Christ United Methodist Church, Greensboro, NC

From the Mountains (Three Traditional American Songs for high voice and piano)

21 March 1999, Richard Heard, tenor, Pamela Howland, piano; Piedmont Artists Concert Series;

High Point, NC

Locklair, Dan Ė continued

4. Selected recent known performances of LOCKLAIR works:

Creation's Seeing Order (A Prelude for Orchestra)

26 March 1999, Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra (Bruce Hangen, conductor), Saint Louis, Missouri

Concerto Grosso (for harpsichord, strings and percussion)

21 April 1998, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra (Jukka Tiensuu, conductor and soloist), University Hall

Helsinki, Finland

HUES for orchestra

25 & 26 April 1998, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra (Uriel Segal, conductor), Kleinhans Hall, Buffalo, NY

24 & 25 September 1998, The Louisville Orchestra (Uriel Segal, conductor), Kentucky Center for the Arts

Louisville, KY

Brief Mass (for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella)

27 March 1998, American Choral Directorís Conference (ACDA) Southwestern Division Conference, St. Paulís Choir (Robert Brewer, Music Director), Corpus Christi Convention Center, Corpus Christi, TX

5 & 8 June 1998, Chorus Americaís National Conference, Houston Masterworks Chorus (Robert Brewer,

Music Director), St. Paulís Church, Houston, TX

October 1998, 21 March 1999, St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (Gerre Hancock, Organist and Master of the Choristers), St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

16 October 1998, Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus (Thomas Swan, Music Director), Westminster Presbyterian

Church, Buffalo, NY

18 April 1999, Choir of Saint Luke in the Fields (David Shuler, Director of Music), Saint Luke in the Fields

New York, NY

Phoenix (solo organ version from PHOENIX FANFARE AND PROCESSIONAL)

24 November 1998, Jeannette Hassell, organ, The Church of the Transfiguration, New York City,

16 January 1999, James Garvey, organ, Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN

28 March 1999, Margaret Mueller, organ, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, NC

25 April 1999, John Mitchener, organ, The Piedmont Arts Series, Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church

High Point, NC

A Christmas Pair (Two Anthems for Christmastide, SATB choir & Organ)

4 & 5 (twice) December 1998, The Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Music Director), Christ United

Methodist Church, Greensboro, NC

Phoenix Fanfare and Processional (for organ, brass & percussion)

12 April 1998, First Presbyterian Brass Ensemble & Sue Crocker (organ), First Presbyterian Church,

Raleigh, NC

24 January 1999, UNA Brass and Pipes, Birmingham-Southern College, Hill Recital Hall, Birmingham, AL

Locklair, Dan - continued

Ayre for the Dance (for organ)

7 June 1998, Margaret Mueller, organ, St. Paulís Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, NC

Three Christmas Motets (for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella)

28 February 1999, CONCORA (Richard Coffey, Music Director), Westminster Presbyterian Church,

West Hartford, CT

A Spiritual Pair (Diptych for Organ)

24 January 1999, Mark Hayes and William Phelps Young, III organ, Birmingham-Southern College, Hill

Recital Hall, Birmingham, AL

7 March 1999, Margaret Mueller, organ, Saint Paul's Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, NC

23 March 1999, Patricia von Stein, organ, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

"changing perceptions" & EPITAPH

22 October 1998, Concert Choir and Choral Union (Brian Gorelick, conductor), Wake Forest University,

Brendle Recital Hall, Winston-Salem, NC

A Christmas Carol

6 December 1998, Concert Choir, Wake Forest University, Wait Chapel, Winston-Salem, NC

The Breakers Pound (A Dance Suite for Harpsichord)

24 April 1998, Irina Rees, harpsichord, Library of Congress, Washington, DC

20 October 1998, Elaine Funaro, harpsichord, Wake Forest University, Brendle Recital Hall

Winston-Salem, NC

26 October 1998, Elaine Funaro, harpsichord, University of Montevallo, Montevallo, AL

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.]

8 May 1998, Beverly Collins Clark, organ, Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA

14 May 1998, Susan Heaton Bates, organ, Christ Chapel, Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary

Columbia, SC

July 1998, European tour, Robert Parkins, organ, Church of St. Sulpice, Paris, France

23 August 1998, Dan Locklair, organ, St. Paulís Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, NC

20 September 1998, Margaret Mueller, organ, St. Paulís Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, NC

11 October 1998, Marilyn Keiser, organ, Porto Alegre, Brazil

8 November 1998, Marilyn Keiser, organ, First Presbyterian Church, Binghamton, NY

24 January 1999, Carol Britt, organ, Birmingham-Southern College, Hill Recital Hall, Birmingham, AL

24 January 1999, Janette Fishell, organ, Highland United Methodist Church Dedicatory Recital,

Raleigh, NC

Locklair, Dan Ė continued

12 February 1999, Paula Lee, organ, Alice Tully Hall, New York, NY

8 March 1999, Robert Parkins, organ, Duke University Chapel, Durham, NC

Windows of Comfort (Two Organbooks)

16 April 1998, Robert Plimpton, organ, Redeemer Church, Jerusalem, Israel

15 and 22 June 1998, Marilyn Keiser, organ, Montreat Conference, The Cathedral of All Souls,

Asheville, NC

23 August 1998, Dan Locklair, organ, St. Paulís Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, NC

8 November 1998, Marilyn Keiser, organ, First Presbyterian Church, Binghamton, NY

17 January 1999, Marilyn Keiser, organ, Northwestern University School of Music

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

24 January 1999, Marilyn Keiser, organ, First Presbyterian Church, Lakeland, FL

28 February 1999, Marilyn Keiser, organ, First Presbyterian Church, Pompano Beach, FL

24 January 1999, Dan Locklair, organ, Birmingham-Southern College, Hill Recital Hall, Birmingham, AL

Let the People Sing (Anthem for SATB choir & organ)

7 June 1998, The Choir of St. Paulís Church (Barbara Beattie, Music Director), St. Paulís Episcopal Church

Winston-Salem, NC

Constellations (A Concerto for Organ and Percussion)

2 & 9 February, Nancy Cooper, organ, Robert Ledbetter, percussion, University of Montana, Missoula, MT

Radomski, Teresa

"Survival Tips for Choral Singers", CHOIR LOFT, Federation of Greek Orthodox Church Choirs ĖChicago Diocese, Vol. 41, No. 3, September, 1998

Performance, "St. Hildegardís 900th Birthday", St. Paulís Episcopal Church, September 17, 1998

Performance, "Haiku Songs for Soprano, Clarinet and Acoustical Sounds (1998)" (Michael Rothkopf), with Robert Listokin, clarinet, North Carolina School of the Arts, September 16, 1998 (Electronic Music Concert, celebrating the opening of NCSA Music Technology Studio)

Faculty Recital, songs by Amy Cheney Beach, with Louis Goldstein, piano, Brendle Recital Hall, November 2, 1998 (in celebration of Americian Music Week)

Recital, "The Accompanistís Art", songs, duet, quartet by De Falla, Schumann, Brahms, with distinguished visiting pianist, Martin Isepp, Brendle Recital Hall, November 12, 1998

Soprano Soloist, with Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble, "Handel and His Contemporaries"Cantatas, arias and songs by Handel, Pepusch, Arne, St. Johnís Lutheran Church, Salisbury,NC, November 15, 1998

Soprano Soloist, with the Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra"Community Christmas Celebration", Catawba College, December 19, 1998

Guest Artist Recital, songs by Ives, Granados, Beach, Rachmaninoff, with Louis Goldstein, piano, Davidson College, January 24, 1999

Radonski, Teresa - continued

Soprano Soloist, with Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble, "Music of the French Court and Chapel", cantata, duets by Campra, Couperin, St. Johnís Lutheran Church, Salisbury, NC, February 7, 1999

Guest Artist Recital, songs by Ives, Granados, Beach, Rachmaninoff, with Louis Goldstein, piano, Guilford College, February 14, 1999

Soprano Soloist, WFU Combined Choirs/Orchestra Concert, "Coronation Mass" (Mozart), Brendle Recital Hall, March 28, 1999

Trautwein, Barbara

"The Baroque Performance Institute Experience Ė Studying the Baroque Oboe at Oberlin: 1998" The Double Reed, Vol. 21, No. 3

Played all rehearsals and performances of the WFU Wind Ensemble

Played some rehearsals and performances of the WFU Orchestra

Played all rehearsals and performances of the WFU Symphonic Band

Conducted three pieces on the Symphonic Band Concert

Played with Roving Band at Late Night Breakfast in Pit during Finals Week

Provided Music in the Rotunda, Benson Center during Finals Week.

Played several performances of the Psalm 100 Band

Wrapped and helped distribute gifts to area children for Santaís Helper

Provided and read translations of Japanese poems at International Student Poetry Reading

Concerts as English horn player with the Salisbury Symphony

Concerts at Baroque Performance Institute (Oberlin) on baroque oboe

Two performances on clarinet and oboe - all Mozart program at Bermuda Village and Ardmore United Methodist Church

II. Papers and Presentations

Borwick, Susan

Paper: "Feminism Gazes into a Post-Colonial Mirror," at CONVERGING TERRAINS: GENDER, ENVIRONMENT, TECHNOLOGY AND THE BODY, The 22nd Annual Conference of the Southeastern Women's Studies Association, Raleigh, North Carolina, 28 March 1999

"Gender Issues in Curricular Change," Womenís and Gender Studies Program, Multidisciplinary Studies Department, North Carolina State University, 17 November 1997 [invited lecturer].

"Joyís Ode or Code? Music at Beijing," at the international conference Relativism: Science, Philosophy, and Religion, sponsored by the Society for Indian Philosophy and Religion, The Ramkrishna Institute, Calcutta, India, 6 August 1997 [invited presenter].

Boyes, Katharine

Athena Festival, Murray State University, KY (2 papers and presentations)

Carter, Stewart

"Trombone Pitch in the Eighteenth Century: An Overview." Michaelstein Conference on the History of the Trumpet and Trombone, Kloster Stiftung Michaelstein, Blankenburg, Germany, Nov. 20-22, 1998.

"Brass Instruments of the Moravian Brethren in America: New Avenues for Research." Study Session, American Musicological Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, Oct. 29-Nov. 1, 1998.

"The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers/Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America." Third Bethlehem Conference on Moravian Music, Bethlehem, PA, Oct. 21-24, 1998.

"Trombone Choirs of the Unitas Fratrum In America: Some New Avenues For Research," Journées de Cuivres Anciens (Early Brass Days), Conservatoire to Musique, Paris, France, Mar. 10-13.

Goldstein, Louis

Chair, 20th-century Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting, Sonneck Society for American Music National Conference, Fort Worth, TX, March 11, 1999.

Piano Recital for "John Cage and His Sources Panel Session: "Piano Music of John Cage," Sonneck Society for American Music National Conference, Fort Worth, TX, March 12, 1999.

Kairoff, Peter

"Bach and all that Jazz: Improvisation in Eighteenth Century Music" . American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies, National conference, Milwaukee, WI, 3/26/99.

III. Editorships, Offices,and Consultancies

Borwick, Susan

Chair of the session GENDERING ART AND MUSIC, at CONVERGING TERRAINS: GENDER, ENVIRONMENT, TECHNOLOGY AND THE BODY, The 22nd Annual Conference of the Southeastern Women's Studies Association, Raleigh, North Carolina, 28 March 1999.

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Arts Council 50th anniversary invited arts community member, interview with Washington, D.C. consultant about the future of the Arts Council and Winston-Salem, Spring 1999.

Bowen, Kevin

Secretary/Treasurer, Atlantic Coast Conference Band Directors Association

MARS®, consultant for National Marching Band Alliance, 3 three-day conferences.

Carter, Stewart

Executivfe Editor, The Historic Brass Society Journal

Editorial Board, The Historic Brass Society Newsletter

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

Editorial Board, Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society

Member of Board of Directors, Historic Brass Society

Dixon, Patricia

The Guitar Foundation of America

The American String Teachers Association

The American Association of University Professors

February 1, 1999 Chatham College, Pittsburgh, PA. Lecture on the uses of technology in the classroom, a consulting activity through ICLE.

Goldstein, Louis

Chair, 20th-century Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting, Sonneck Society for American Music.

Member, Council of SIG Chairs, Sonneck Society.

Kairoff, Peter

Member, Clifford Prize committee, Amer. Soc. For Eighteenth Cent. Sudies.

Levy, David

Member: Moderated List committee (AMS-L): American Musicological Society

Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony: Program Committee (30 hours)

Piedmont Opera Theatre: Educational programs (50 hours)

Radomski, Teresa

Editor, Center for Voice Disorders of WFU Website: http://www.wfubmc.edu/voice

Consultant, Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University

Masterclass taught for 5 undergraduate voice students, Davidson College, April 23, 1999

 

IV. External Grants Received