Concert Program

*subject to change

January 29, 2015, 7:30pm, UCLA Schoenberg Concert Hall

The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music invites you to a concert that brings talents from all its Departments—the Departments of Ethnomusicology, Music, and Musicology—as well as The Thelonius Monk Institute of Jazz Performance. We are also especially honored to collaborate with the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance Program faculty. This concert kicks off the symposium Voice Studies Now—a series of talks and discussions in which a transdisciplinary group of voice scholars will present and discuss work that will be published in the Oxford Handbook of Voice Studies. Please join us for these talks on Friday-Saturday, January 30-31.

TRAP GIRL (all songs below written by TRAP GIRL)

trap girl
dead men
put it on
murder she wrote
blastard
bite me

Drew, Lead Vocals & Bass
Jessica, Guitar
Jorge, Drums & Backing Vocals
Nancy, Guitar

The Thelonius Monk Institute of Jazz Performance Ensemble
Daniel Seeff, Director

Tin Men                                                                                                                                   Michael Mayo
Fallen Embers                                                                                                                        Michael Mayo

Michael Mayo, Vocals
David Otis, Alto Saxophone
Daniel Rotem, Tenor Saxophone
Ido Meshulam, Trombone
Carmen Staaf, Piano
Alex Boneham, Bass
Christian Euman, Drums

Early Music Ensemble
Elisabeth LeGuin and Ryan Koons, Directors

“Quam Pulchra Es” from Concerto Eccldiastici                                                       Giovanni Paolo Cima

Alex Grabarchuk, Canto
Ryan Koons, Violin
Elisabeth LeGuin, Cello

“Mit weinen hebt sich’s an”                                                                  Johann Christoph Bach (1642-1703)

Arreanna Rostosky & Rosalind Wong, Sopranos
Monica Chieffo & Alyssa Mathias, Altos
Elaine Sullivan & Morgan Woolsey, Tenors
Gerald Cotts, Guillaume Schindler & Mark Ward, Basses

Robert Een, Composer, Vocalist, and Cellist (all songs below written by Robert Een)

Run For Cover

In You I See

Robert Een, Voice and Cello

INTERMISSION

Composition by UCLA composers David S. Lefkowitz & David Utzinger

Three William Carlos Williams Songs                                                                           David S. Lefkowitz

Vladimir Chernov, Baritone
Mona Lands, Piano

Lux aeterna/Whiteness and all grey Colours/                                                                David Utzinger

I Looked on the white circle five seconds/Light speed

reduction to 17 metres per second

 

Superdevoiche Choir
Tzvetanka Varimezova, Director

Nauchil Sai Dobri ——- Song from Dobrudja region, arr. Dimitar Penev

Sidyankata —————- Song from Dobrudja regjon, arr. Dimitar Penev

Danko Le —————– Song from Shop region, arr. Stefan Kanev

Karamfilchitu ———— Song from Shop region, arr, Nikolai Kaufman

Kak Da Ni Gu Vzema, — Song from Dobrudja region, arr. Ivan & Tzvetanka Varimezovi

Superdevoiche Choir, including singers Jessica Ng, Bonny Ng, Ronda Berkeley, Paula Peng, Elena Georgieva, Sean Roderick, Mathias Alyssa Maria, Ryan Koons, Kaundinya Gaayatri, Alexandra Grabarchuk, Nina Nadzi Antich, Jane Parks, Joan Hantman, Milena Georgieva-Golshan, Tanya Varimezova, Tzvetanka Varimezova, and Ivan Varimezov

Ivan Varimezov, Bagpipes
Tzvetanka Varimezova, Tambura

Opera UCLA
Peter Kazaras, Director

Excerpts from I Due Figaro (1826)                                                                               Saverio Mercadante

(Based on a libretto by Felice Romani)

“Lungi oh Dio! Dal ben che adora…Amor pietoso rendimi quel adorato oggetto”

Meagan Martin, Mezzo-Soprano: Cherubino
Cathy Miller Popovic, Piano

“Grazie, buona gente…Esser tratte nel castello come pecore al macello”

Annie Sherman, Soprano: Inez
Terri Richter, Soprano: Susanna
Julia Metzler, Mezzo-Soprano: The Countess
Cathy Miller Popovic, Piano

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