KSC Music Majors Perform Recital
KEENE, N.H. 4/14/03 - Keene State College students Julie Martin from Alstead and Allison Dube from Nashua will perform their senior music recitals on Sunday, April 27, at 3 p.m. in the Alumni Recital Hall of the Redfern Arts Center on Brickyard Pond on the Keene State campus. The KSC Department of Music will present the recital free of charge. For further information, call 603-358-2177.
Pianist Maura Glennon, an assistant professor of music at Keene State, will accompany Martin, flute, as she performs Ernest Bloch’s Suite Modale and Daniel Kingman’s Scenario Musical II. Martin met Kingman last summer and collaborated with him on performing this work he wrote for a former colleague. In a solo performance, Martin will play Arthur Honneger’s Danse De La Chevre.
Dube will perform works for flute and percussion.
Martin, a senior music education major, has earned dean’s list honors all four years she’s attended Keene State. She has performed with the KSC Concert Band for four years, the Flute Ensemble for three years, and the Latin American and the Early Music ensembles for a year. She is a member of the campus chapter of the Music Educator’s National Conference. She is the daughter of Dale Martin of Alstead and a graduate of Fall Mountain Regional High School.
All senior music majors are required to present a public recital to meet graduation requirements for a music degree from Keene State. The students are responsible for organizing all aspects of a recital from music selection, to technical direction, to publicity and the program.
Music is one of more than 35 major programs of study offered at Keene State, which has an enrollment of 5,165 full and part-time students with more than 100 students choosing to major or minor in music. For further information about the music program, call 603-358-2177.