Concert Features Faculty and Guest Artists
KEENE, N.H. 3/26/02 - Eight Keene State College faculty members and two guest artists will perform a program ranging from classical to contemporary music during the final Spectrum Series recital of the spring semester on Wednesday, April 17. The recital starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Alumni Recital Hall of Keene State’s Redfern Arts Center on Brickyard Pond. Tickets are $7 for the general public and $5 for KSC students, senior citizens, and youth 17 and younger. To order tickets, call the box office at 603-358-2168.
KSC faculty members George Loring, piano, Keith Papa, clarinet, and Joseph Darby, viola, will perform the so-called “Kegelstadt Trio,” a well-known chamber work by W. A. Mozart.
Loring will join Dan Farina, trumpet, and Victoria Moore, trombone, to play “Divertimento” by Boris Blocher. Loring and Moore also will perform Jan Koetsier’s “Sonatina for trombone and piano.”
Keene State pianist Maura Glennon and guest artist Kathy Andrew, violin, will perform a sonata by Johannes Brahms. Andrew, who teaches at Putney School and Brattleboro Music Center, will be joined by Robin Matathias, flute and Darby, viola, in Ludwig van Beethoven’s Serenade in D Major.
Keene State voice instructor Pamela Stevens, soprano, will be accompanied by guest pianist Richard Mogavero, who has served on the faculty of the Berkshire Choral Festival. He and Stevens will perform Samuel Barber’s “O Boundless, Boundless Evening,” Stephen Sondheim’s “The Girls of Summer,” from the musical “Marry Me a Little,” and “Waitin’,” based on a poem by Arnold Weinstein with music by William Bolcom.
Rounding out the eclectic program will be KSC trumpet instructor Daniel Farina playing “Suite for Trumpet and MIDI” by William Pardus, an emeritus professor of music. The MIDI is an electronic recording medium in which Pardus composes and constructs sounds.