DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORT

JULY 1, 1999-JUNE 30, 2000


I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Borwick, Susan

 

Bowen, Kevin

 

Numerous performances with the following WFU music ensembles:

        Marching Band

        Wind Ensemble

        Jazz Ensemble

        Symphonic Band

        Trumpet Ensemble

Commencement Brass Ensemble (serve as ensemble coordinator)

 

Boyes, Katharine

 

Carrasco, Jacqui

 

New England Bach Festival Orchestra. Cantata concert. Malboro Music Festival. Malboro College, Malboro,

        Vermont. July 23, 1999.

Cygnus (new music chamber ensemble). Concert. Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York.

        September 26, 2000.

Paragon Ragtime Orchestra. Secrest Series Concert. Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. November 20, 1999.

Concertmaster of Mozart Club Orchestra. Performance of Handel’s Messiah. Reynolds Auditorium, Winston-Salem.

        December 5, 1999.

Cygnus. Season Concert. Merkin Concert Hall, New York City. December 20, 2000.

“Rainsticks and Ancient Voices.” Chamber music concert. Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. February 1, 2000.

Solo recital. Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. February 21, 2000.

Cygnus. Concert. Jan Popper Theater, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. March 5, 2000.

Cygnus. Concert, “Monday Evening Concert Series.” Bing Auditorium, Los Angeles County Museum of Art,

        Los Angeles, CA, March 6, 2000.

Cygnus. Concert. Music Department Theater, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA. March 7, 2000.

Duo recital (violin and percussion). Brendle Recital Hall, WFU. April 26, 2000.

Solo violinist in performance with the Mark Morris Dance Company. Pepsico Center for the Performing Arts,

        Purchase, NY. April 1, 2000.

Cygnus. Season concert. Merkin Concert Hall, New York City. May 18, 2000.

June in Buffalo Chamber Orchestra. June in Buffalo Festival. SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. June 2-6, 2000.

Cygnus. Concert. Waterloo Festival. Waterloo, NJ. June 30, 2000.

 

Carter, Stewart

 

Pastime with Good Companie, with the Wake Forest Consort, Brendle Recital Hall, 9/21/99

English Music of the 16th and 17th Centuries, Collegium Musicum, co-directed with Brian Gorelick, 11/16/99

Banchetto Musicale: Italian Music of the Seventeenth Century, with the Carolina Waits, early brass ensemble

Winston-Salem State University, 2/5/00

University of South Carolina, Columbia, 2/6/00

College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, 2/7/00

Italian Music of the 16th and 17th Centuries, Collegium Musicum, with Brian Gorelick, 4/13/00

Informal performances with Collegium Musicum, university chapel services, Benson Center rotunda

Concert of Baroque Music, Stewart Carter, recorder, with Selina Carter, viola da gamba, and Mei-Wen Lee,

harpsichord, Sun Yat-Sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 5/20/00

Lecture-recital on the history of Renaissance instruments, Sun Yat-Sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 5/19/00           

 

Dixon, Patricia

 

June 1999 Concert/Lecture at Winston Salem State University

July 1999 Concert Lecture Governor School Salem College

 

Goldstein, Louis

 

New England Conservatory of Music (Boston, MA) – Guest Artist Recital, June 14, 1999.

Hartwick College Summer Music Festival and Institute (Oneonta, NY) – Visiting Artist Concert, July 7, 1999.

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign – Guest Artist Recital, October 4, 1999.

Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center “Arts Alive!” series (with Teresa Radomski), October 21, 1999.

Wake Forest University Faculty Recital, November 4, 1999.

Wake Forest University Faculty and Guest Artist Ensemble Concert, February 1, 2000.

Mills College Center for Contemporary Music (Oakland, CA) – Guest Artist Recital, April 3, 2000.

University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music (Stockton, CA) – Guest Artist Recital, April 5, 2000.

California State University, Stanislaus, School of Fine and Performing Arts – Guest Artist Recital, April 9, 2000

California Institute of the Arts School of Music – Guest Artist Recital, April 10, 2000.

California State University, Dominguez Hills, Department of Music – Guest Artist Recital, April 11, 2000.

California Polytechnic State University Department of Music – Guest Artist Recital, April 18, 2000.

 

Gorelick, Brian

 

Wake Forest Concert Choir Additional Performances:

        Opening Convocation, Wait Chapel, 9-16-99

        Divinity School Convocation, Wait Chapel, 10-12-99

        Moravian Lovefeast, Wait Chapel, 12-5-99

        Tour to Eastern Pennsylvania:

                White Memorial Presbyterian Church, Raleigh, N.C., 3-3-00

                Lower Brandywine Presbyterian Church, Wilmington, De., 3-4-00 and 3-5-00

                Lenape Valley Presbyterian Church, New Britain, Pa., 3-5-00

                Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C., 3-6-00

        North Carolina Collegiate Choral Festival, Meredith College,

                Raleigh, N.C., 3-25-00

        Master Class with Anonymous 4, Brendle Recital Hall, 3-31-00

        Baccalaureate, Wait Chapel, 5-14-00

Wake Forest Collegium Musicum Vocal Ensemble Additional Performances:

New Hope Moravian Church, Hickory, N.C., 12-4-99

 

Hagy, David

 

As Music Director of the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra

        September 7, 1999 Oestreicher Memorial Jazz Band Concert

        October 16, 1999 Masterpieces of the 19th Century

        March 1, 2000 “Heroes and Heroines Through History” Family Concert

        April 29, 2000 “Jazz Pops”

As Orchestra Director of the Wake Forest University Orchestra

        October 31, 1999 Halloween Concert

        November 22, 1999 Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet, Beethoven Symphony No. 5

        March 1, 2000 Concerto Competition Winners Concert

        April 19, 2000 “Seasons in Sound” for the Year of Science and Technology

As Guest Conductor with the Catawba College Theater Department

        November 17-20, 1999 Sunday in the Park with George

As Concertmaster of the Salisbury First Baptist Church’s Singing Christmas Tree

        December 3-6, 1999

As Narrator and Arranger with the Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony

        December 16, 1999

As Guest Conductor with the Northern Virginia District Junior High Honors

        Orchestra January 7-8, 2000

As Actor playing “Antonio” in a Catawba faculty production of The Tempest

        January 21, 2000, February 12, 2000

Hagy, David – continued

 

As Accompanist for Emily Wade’s recital and appearance for the Board of Visitors

        March 18, 2000, March 23, 2000

As Guest Conductor with Piedmont Players Theater

        May 9-20, 2000 Children of Eden

 

Heard, Richard

 

Recital – University of Northern Iowa: Cedar Falls, IA: September 12, 1999

Recital – Gardner-Webb University: Boiling Springs, NC: September 30, 1999

Recital – Morehouse College: Atlanta, GA: October 3, 1999

Concert – Handel’s Messiah: Pinehurst, NC: January 6, 2000

Recital – Davidson County Community College: Davidson, NC: February 3, 2000

Recital – Trinity Church: Savannah, GA: March 1, 2000

Opera Debut – Triangle Opera: Durham: World Premiere performance of “Luyala” on Duke University Artist Series,

        March 31-April 1, 2000

Recital – National Federation of Music Clubs: Winston-Salem, NC: May 5, 2000

 

Kairoff, Peter

 

“Horatio Parker’s ‘Scherzino’, Analysis and Performer’s Guide”, in Piano and Keyboard, February, 2000

 

July 27, 1999.  Reynolda House Museum.  Lecture-Recital: “Music of the 1920’s”.  Music of Gershwin, 

        Bartok, others.

October 2, 1999.  Vienna, Austria.  Performance at dedication of “Flow House”, broadcast of Austrian Public TV

        (ORF).  Music of Brahms.

October 13, 1999.  Querini-Stampalia Palace, Venice, Italy.  Harpsichord and recorder recital, with M. Rosa-Sava. 

        Music of Vivaldi, Galuppi, Marcello.

November 18, 1999.  Venice, Italy.  Recital with D. Bellugi, recorders.  Music of Berio, Shinohara, Ortiz,

        Bach, and others.

February 7, 2000.  WFU.  Lecture-recital: “Beethoven and the Cult of Genius”, for the Euzalian Society.

February 10, 2000.  Reynolda House Museum.  Lecture-recital: “Seeing Tones: the Music-Art Connection”.

February 21, 2000.  Faculty Recital, WFU, with J. Carrasco, violin.  Music of Stravinsky.

April 26, 2000.  WFU.  Recital with faculty woodwind quintet, soprano T. Radomski.  Music of Bach, Schubert,

        Trimble.

 

Levy, David

 

Program Notes: Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony, 1999-2000 season

“Quo Vadis, Austria,” Wake Forest Magazine, June 2000

 

Principal 2nd violinist: W-S Mozart Club Performance of Handel’s Messiah(December 1999)

Guest Conductor and violin soloist: Messiah Moravian Church Christmas Lovefeasts (December 24, 1999)

Guest Interviewee, “Vienna in ¾ Time,” Jeannette’s World, CAT-TV

 

Levy, Kathryn

 

Summer, 1999

        Piccolo with the Chautauqua Symphony, 24 concerts and 3 operas

1999-2000 Season

        Principal Flute, Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony

        Performed North Carolina Sketches by Doug Borwick on a concert of music by Doug Borwick, Salem College,

                Shirley recital Hall, September 25, 1999

        Piccolo with Greensboro Symphony for Middle School Educational Concerts in Greensboro, Asheboro and

                Reidsville, October 4-8, 1999


Levy, Kathryn - continued

 

        Directed and performed, Flute Fest 99, Brendle Recital Hall, WFU, October 28,1999

        Piccolo with Charlotte Symphony in Rock Hill for 2 educational concerts and one Classical Concert,

                November 16,1999

        Adjudicator for Woodwind Competition, NC Federation of Music Clubs, January 22, 2000

        Concord Sonata by Charles Ives with visiting pianist, Richard Hihn, Brendle Recital Hall, WFU,

                January 24, 2000

        Winston-Salem Symphony Woodwind Quintet for 18 educational concerts/demonstrations in Forsyth County

                and Davie County, January and February, 2000

        Piccolo with Charlotte Symphony for a Classical Concert in Rockingham, March 24, 2000

        Flute and Piccolo in Charlotte Symphony for a morning Lollipops Concert, April 15, 2000

        An evening concert with Luciano Pavarotti, April 15, 2000

        Opus 5 (WFU Faculty Woodwind Quintet) Concert, Brendle Recital Hall, WFU, April 26, 2000

 

Locklair, Dan

 

Music publications:

 

        Sonata da chiesa (1998) for flute and organ

                Publisher : Ricordi, Summer 1999

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

                Publisher : Paraclete, January 2000

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

                Publisher : Subito/Presser, April 2000

        Shepherds, Rejoice! Lift Up Your Eyes [from SHEPHERDS REJOICE]

                (Anthem #1 for SATB choir,  a cappella)

                Publisher : Subito/Presser, April 2000

        Christ Was Born in Bethlehem [from SHEPHERDS REJOICE]

                (Anthem #2 for SATB choir, a cappella)

                Publisher : Subito/Presser, April 2000

 

Recent Commercial CD Recordings of LOCKLAIR works:

 

        A Christmas Pair (Two Anthems for Christmastide, The Bel Canto Co. (David Pegg, Artistic Director)

                Bel Canto CD label, December 1999

        Windows of Comfort (Two Organbooks) (Various movements from both Organbooks), Marilyn Keiser,

                Organ, St. James CD label, January 2000

 

Recent WORLD PREMIERES of LOCKLAIR works:

 

        Sonata da chiesa (1998) for flute and organ, [Commissioned by the AGO’s Region IV Convention]

                29 June 1999; Robert Cronin, flute; André Lash, organ; Knoxville Museum of Art; Knoxville, TN

        Shepherds Rejoice (Two Christmas Anthems based on texts and tunes from The Sacred Harp, 1860)

        [Composed for the Wake Forest Concert Choir and the Choir of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, W-S]

                21 October 1999; Wake Forest University Concert Choir (Brian Gorelick, Conductor); Brendle Recital Hall

                                of Wake Forest, University; Winston-Salem, NC

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

                7 November 1999; St. Paul’s Choir (Robert Brewer, Director); Houston, TX

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

                3, 4 (twice), 7 December 1999; The Bel Canto Company (David Pegg, Artistic Director);

                                ‘99-’00 Subscription Series, Christ United Methodist Church ;   Greensboro, NC

        Gloria (for double SATB choir, brass octet and percussion [2]); [Commissioned by The Choral Art Society,

        Portland, ME]

                4, 5 (twice) December 1999; The Choral Art Society (Robert Russell, Artistic Director);

                                ‘99-’00 Subscription Series, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception; Portland, ME


Locklair, Dan

 

Recent WORLD PREMIERES of LOCKAIR works - continued

 

        St. Peter’s Rock (Anthem for SATB Choir and Organ) [with Optional Trumpet in C];

        [Commissioned by St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Choir, Charlotte, NC]

                18 December 1999; St. Peter’s Choir (Benjamin Outen, Organist & Choirmaster); St. Peter’s Episcopal

                                Church, Charlotte, NC

 

Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR works:

 

        Creation’s Seeing Order (A Prelude for Orchestra)

                26 March 1999; The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra (Bruce Hangen, conductor); Powell Hall;

                                Saint Louis, MO 

        In the Almost Evening (A Nocturne for Soprano, Clarinet and Piano)

                16 May 1999 (International House of the University of Chicago)

                18 May 1999 (Three Arts Club); The Chicago Ensemble (Gerald Rizzer, Artistic Director); Chicago, IL

        Brief Mass (for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella)

                12 January 1999

                9 April 2000; The St..Thomas Choir of Men and Boys (Gerre Hancock, Organist/Master of the Choristers)

                                St. Thomas Church; New  York, NY

                24 January 1999

                3 October 1999; The Cathedral Singers (Patrick Wedd, Director of Music); Christ Church Cathedral;

                                Montréal, Canada

                24 July 1999; Thomaskirche; St. Paul’s Choir, Houston  (Robert Brewer, Music Director);

                                Leipzig, Germany

                26 September 1999; The Elora Singers (Noel Edison, Conductor); St. John’s Church; Elora, Canada

        Voyage (a fantasy for organ)

                18 February 1999; Simona Frenkel, organ; St. Paul’s Chapel of Columbia University; New York, NY

                19 May 1999; Simona Frenkel, organ; Moscow, Russia

        Phoenix (solo organ version from PHOENIX FANFARE AND PROCESSIONAL)

                25 April 1999 John Mitchner, organ; The Piedmont Artist Series; Wesley Memorial United

                                Methodist Church, High Point, NC

                10 June 1999; Margaret Mueller, organ; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

                27 June 1999; Christopher Leonard, organ; St. James Parish; Wilmington, NC

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

                12 October 1999; Wake Forest University Ensemble; Wake Forest University, Wait Chapel;

                                Winston-Salem, NC

                14 November 1999; Susan Bates, organ, and Market Street Brass; West Market Street United Methodist

                                Church, Greensboro, NC

        A Spiritual Pair (Diptych for Organ)

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

        Sonata da chiesa (1998) for flute and organ

                10 October 1999; James Garvey, organ, Robert Cronin, flute; Church of the Ascension; Knoxville, TN

                2 April 2000; Helen VanAbbema Rodgers, organ, Diane Smith Young, flute; St. James’ Concert Series

                                St. James’ Episcopal Church; Fairhope, AL  36532

        Ayre for the Dance (for organ)

                6 June 1999; Margaret Mueller, organ; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

        The Breakers Pound (A Dance Suite for Harpsichord)

                1 March 2000; Elaine Funaro, harpsichord (At the Alienor Festival); Self Family Arts Center;

                                Hilton Head, SC

        Holy Canticles (Three Canticles for SSAATTBB choir, a cappella)

                5 December 1999; Cincinnati Camerata (Christian Miller, Conductor); Cincinnati, Ohio

                12 December 1999; Charleston Civic Chorus (Truman J. Dalton, Director); Baptist Temple;

                                Charleston, WV


Locklair, Dan

 

Selected RECENT known PERFORMANCES of LOCKLAIR works - continued:

 

        Dona Nobis Pacem (Motet for SATB, a cappella)

                17 & 18 July 1999; St. Paul’s Choir (Barbara Beattie, Director); St. Paul’s Episcopal Church;

                                Winston-Salem, NC

                25 July – 7 August 1999; St. Paul’s Choir tour of England

        Windows of Comfort (Two Organbooks) - Choreographed-

                29 June 1999; Marie Rubis Bauer, organ; AGO Region VI Convention; University of Nebraska

                                Concert Hall; Omaha, NE

        Windows of Comfort (Two Organbooks)

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

                                University; Evanston, IL

                29 January 1999; Marilyn Keiser, organ; First Presbyterian Church; Lakeland, FL

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

                27 June 1999; Ray Ebert, organ; Centenary United Methodist Church; Winston-Salem, NC

                17 July 1999; Nicholas Page, organ; Halifax Parish Church; Halifax, England

                19 October 1999; Robert Plimpton, organ; Church of St. Vincent Ferrer; New York, NY

                19 March 2000; Marie Rubis Bauer, organ; Westminster Presbyterian Church; Lincoln, NE

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.]

                30 May 1999; André Lash, organ; St. John’s Baptist Church; Charlotte, NC

                6 June 1999; Leonard Langrick, organ; Summer AGO Recital Series, 1999; Myers Park Presbyterian

                                Church; Charlotte, NC

                29 June 1999; Michael D. Costello, organ; AGO Region IV Convention; First Baptist Church;

                                Knoxville, TN 

                15 August 1999; J. Christopher Pardini, organ; Our Lady of Lourdes Church; Whitehorse Station, NJ

                25 August 1999; Naomi Rowley, organ; Queen of the Rosary Chapel; Sinsinawa, Wis.

        For Amber Waves (for five spatial SATB  choirs)

                4 March 2000; Vocal Arts Ensemble of Cincinnati (Earl Rivers, Music Director); Memorial Hall;

                                Cincinnati, OH

                18 March 2000; Ithaca College Choir (Lawrence Doebler, Conductor); Ithaca College Auditorium;

                                Ithaca, NY.  [This piece is also included on the Ithaca College 2000 Spring tour.]

        Shepherds Rejoice (Two Christmas Anthems, a cappella)

                2 December 1999; Wake Forest University Concert Choir; Brendle Recital Hall; Wake Forest University;

                                Winston-Salem, NC

                5 December 1999; Wake Forest University Concert Choir; Wait Chapel; Wake Forest University;

                                Winston-Salem, NC

                24 December 1999; St. Paul’s Choir; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Winston-Salem, NC

                3 – 10 March 2000; Spring 2000 East Coast Tour; Wake Forest University Concert Choir

        Constellations (A Concerto for Organ and Percussion)

                2 & 9 February 1999; Nancy Cooper, organ; Robert LedBetter, percussion; University of Montana;

                                Missoula, MT

                14 November 1999; George Ritchie, organ; Feza Zweifel, percussion; The Cleveland Museum of Art;

                                Cleveland, OH

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Compact Disc Recordings

 

        Songs from the Early 20th Century; Teresa Radomski, soprano    Louis Goldstein, piano; Songs by

                Charles E. Ives, Enrique Granados, and Sergei Rachmaninoff; TR00199  (released September, 1999)


Radomski, Teresa

 

Compact Disc Recordings - continued

 

        The Great Mr. Handel

        Sacred and Secular Music by George Frideric Handel; Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Dale

                Higbee, music director & recorders, Teresa Radomski, soprano; Daniel Hannemann, harpsichord;

                John Pruett, baroque violin; Holly Maurer, viola da ganba; White Sound Studio-704-528-4810 

                (released July, 1999)

        Handel and HisContemporaries; Handel, Bononcini,Pepusch, Boyce, Abel, Arne; Carolina Baroque Period

                Instrument Ensemble, Dale Higbee, music director and recorders; Teresa Radomski, soprano;

                Daniel Hannemann, harpsichord; John Pruett, baroque violin; Holly Mauer, viola da gamba;

                White Sound Studio-704-528-4810     (released October, 1999)

        Music of the French Court and Chapel; Couperin, Rameau, Marais, Leclair, Campra, Naudot;

                Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Dale Higbee, music director and recorders;

                Teresa Radomski, soprano; Richard Heard, tenor; Daniel Hannemann, harpsichord; John Pruett,

                baroque violin; Holly Mauer, viola da gamba, White Sound Studio-704-528-4810    

                (released  December, 1999)

 

        Recital: Tre secoli di musica lirica italiana  (Three Centuries of Italian Opera); With James Radomski, piano

                La Scuola Italiana, Middlebury College (VT), July 21, 1999

        Concert:  Pastime With Goode Companie  (English Renaissance/Early Baroque Music); With the

                Wake Forest Consort, Brendle Recital Hall, WFU, September 21, 1999

        Concert:  German Masters; With Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Patrons and  Friends

                of the Arts, Ebenezer Lutheran Church; Columbia, SC, September 26, 1999;

        Recital:  Songs from the Early 20th Century; With Louis Goldstein, piano; ARTS ALIVE series, WFU

                Baptist Medical Center, Davis Memorial Chapel, October 21, 1999; (performance videotaped for

                hospital patients)

        Concert:  German Masters; With Carolina Baroque Period Instrument Ensemble; Milllenium Chamber

                Music Series – 1700, Longwood College (VA), October 29, 1999

        Performance:  Halloween Orchestra Concert; WFU Symphony Orchestra, David Hagy, conductor;

                Dramatic mime, Brendle Recital Hall, October 30 & 31, 1999

        Concert:  Bach and Handel - Baroque Prometheans; Arias, Solo Cantata, with Carolina Baroque Period

                Instrument Ensemble; Salisbury (NC) Bach Festival, November 7, 1999

        Concert:  George Crumb's "Ancient Voices of Children"; Chamber Music Society of Wilmington,

                with composer (George Crumb) present; Church of the Servant, Wilmington (NC), January 29, 2000

                Also included lecture-demonstrations for Wilmington public schools

        Concert:  Rainsticks and Ancient Voices; Faculty and Guest Artist Recital, with Mime Presentation

                Brendel Recital Hall, February 1, 2000

        Concert:  An Evening of Electro-Acoustic Music; Haiku Songs for Soprano, Clarinet and Tape

                 (Michael Rothkopf), UNC-Greensboro School of Music, April 18, 2000

        Recital:  Bach, Schubert, Copland, Grainger, Trimble; Soprano soloist with OPUS FIVE faculty

                woodwind quintet, Brendle Recital Hall, April 26, 2000

        Recital-Lecture:  Opera in the Americas - Historic Moments; With James Radomski, piano and

                Musicologist, FESTIVAL OF THE AMERICAS, University of California at San Bernardino; May 17, 2000

 


II. Papers and Presentations

 

 

Borwick, Susan

 

Carrasco, Jacqui

 

Presentation/clinic, “Introducing Improvisation to String Players.” State Conference of the North Carolina Music

        Educators Association, Benton Convention Center, Winston-Salem, NC. November 15, 2000.

 

Carter, Stewart

 

“The Alta Cappella in the Fifteenth Century,” Thirteenth Annual Double Reed Rally, Tufts University,

        Medford, MA, July 30, 1999

“The Gütter Family: Musical Instrument Makers/Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America.” Southeast Chapter,

        American Musicological Society, Salem College, 10/8/99

“On Instrumentation in the Early Seventeenth Century: The Case of Christoph Straus.” Society for

        Seventeenth-Century Music, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, 4/30/00

Lecturer on “Guest Lecturers” series, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, School of Music, 11/1/00.

        Topic: “Moravian Brass Music.”

Invited lecturer to graduate and undergraduate students, Sun Yat-Sen University, Kaohsuing, Taiwan, May 10-19.

        Scheduled to deliver five lectures, each three hours in length.

 

Goldstein, Louis

 

Society for American Music National Conference, Charleston, SC, March 4, 2000,

                “John Cage’s Theatre Piece, Performance and Discussion.”

 

Levy, David 

 

Session Chair, Annual Meeting of Carolinas Symposium on British Studies, Mary Washington College,

        Fredricksburg, VA, (October 2, 1999)

Guest Lectures, “Historical and Analytical Perspectives on Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony,” Palacky University,

        Olomouc (Czech Republic) and Academy of Music and Performing Arts, Prague (Czech Republic),

        May 2 & 3, 2000

 

Locklair, Dan

 

Featured lecturer on The Organ Music of Dan Locklair, American Guild of Organists’s Region IV;

        Convention, Knoxville, TN, 29 June 1999

Presented master class, lecture and performance on The Organ Music of Dan Locklair, Dallas AGO,

        Dallas, TX,  8 November 1999

Judge for the 2000 Aileron International Composition Competition

 

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

Carter, Stewart

 

General Editor, book series, Bucina: The Historic Brass Society Series (three titles in print since 1996)

Executive Editor, Historic Brass Society Journal

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music

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

 

Member, Board of Directors, Historic Brass Society

 

Dixon, Patricia

 

The Guitar Foundation of America . Presented a proposal to the Board of Directors on how to obtain funds for a

        major guitar festival in the year 2000. Time involved, four hours.

 

Goldstein, Louis

 

Society for American Music, Twentieth Century Special Interest Group, Chair.

 

Levy, David

 

Advisory Board, AMS-L (official listserv of American Musicological Society)

Advisory Board, American Beethoven Society

 

Program Advisory Committee: Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony (10 hours)

Music Committee and Choir: Temple Emanuel (30 hours)

Secrest Artists Series advisory committee (8 hours)

 

Radomski, Teresa

 

Contributing Editor, Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University

        Website: http://www. wfubmc.edu/voice

 

Consultant, Center for Voice Disorders of Wake Forest University

 

IV. External Grants Received

 

Carter, Stewart

 

Topic:  Computer-assisted instruction in music theory

Agency: Culpeper Foundation (external agency; competition for grant was internal)

$  Requested:  $3,000

$Funded: $3,000