Women’s Voices in Early Music: Forgotten Music of the Renaissance and Baroque Eras

Join Alice Belshaw, soprano (C’22), and collaborators as they offer a recital of exquisite music by women of the Renaissance and Baroque eras.

FALL VOCAL SHOWCASE

The Sewanee Voice Studio presents:
Fall Vocal Showcase
 
Students of Kerry Ginger and Erik Gustafson
Featuring Dr. Bernadette Lo, piano
 
Friday, November 12
7:00pm
Guerry Auditorium
Free admission; audience masking required
 
On Friday, November 12 at 7:00 p.m., the students of the Sewanee Voice Studio will present an exciting and eclectic concert of vocal works from the musical theatre, pop, folk, and classical repertoires. The performers, all students of Sewanee faculty Dr. Kerry Ginger and Erik Gustafson, will be joined by piano faculty Dr. Bernadette Lo. The concert will take place in Guerry Auditorium, and is open to all Sewanee students, faculty, and community members.
"This is a proud moment for the combined voice studios," says Dr. Ginger. "Our students have worked hard all semester on a variety of repertoire, and are developing not only as vocalists but also as singing actors." The voice students represent many majors and experience levels, she adds, and "all share a commitment to storytelling, craft, and musical excellence."  For Gustafson, the energy is palpable, especially following the pandemic: "Covid presented so many challenges for singing, and now we are ready to share and connect. We can't wait to sing for you!"
From Adele to Sondheim, Simon and Garfunkel to Man of La Mancha, and Britten to Bring It On, the program draws on many traditions, all under one banner: connecting through song.

  

Christmas on the Silver Screen

Christmas on the Silver Screen
Sewanee Symphony Orchestra
Tiffany Lu, conductor
Friday, Dec. 3, 2021
7:30pm
Guerry Auditorium
 
The Sewanee Symphony Orchestra presents a light family-friendly concert featuring music at the intersection of Christmas and the Movies. Spotlighting favorites like Carol of the Bells, Greensleeves, and well-known music from The Polar Express, Home Alone, and Schindler's List, this concert will also present the world premiere of film music by Prakash Wright, Professor and composer from the Department of Music, presented live with film. The SSO Percussion Ensemble will also present other Christmas favorites, along with a special prelude in the University Arts Gallery courtesy of the Film Studies department and the Arts Amplified initiative.