Music by Mozart: Fantasy, K.397; Allemande, K.399; Minuet, K.355; Gigue, K.574; and Sonata in C, K.330; Schubert: Impromptu, Op.90, No. 3 & Chopin: Berceuse, Op. 57 and Barcarolle, Op. 60
Tickets: $3 UMass students; $5 other students, seniors, children; $10 general public; free for Music majors/minors 413-545-2511 or click here to purchase online.
Tuesday, October 7, 8pm Fine Arts Center Concert Hall
Matthew Westgate, conductor
Shostakovich, arr. Hunsberger: Festive Overture, Op. 96 Morten Lauridsen, arr. Reynolds: Magnum Mysterium Saint-Saens: Orient et Occident, Op. 25 R. Strauss: Serenade in E flat, Op. 7, in honor of Strauss' 150th birthday John Mackey: The Frozen Cathedral
Tickets: $3 UMass students; $5 other students, seniors, children; $10 general public 413-545-2511 or click here to purchase online.
October 8 Wednesday 8:15pm Bezanson Recital Hall
Trombone & Brass Choirs
Greg Spiridopoulos, director
Original music and transcriptions for large trombone and brass ensembles.
Free & open to the public
October 11 Saturday 12noon-3pm Bezanson Recital Hall FREE
Voice Area Open House
For high school singers, their parents & teachers
Preparing for college auditions Q & A plus mock auditions for high schoolers with feedback by UMass voice faculty
Also join us for Andrew Garland's Voice Recital at 4pm, free for Open House attendees
Guest Artist Recital: Andrew Garland, baritone (alum ’00) & Warren Jones, piano
Music by Vaughan Williams, Schubert, Ravel, Gabriela Lena Frank, Steven Mark Kohn, Mitch Leigh & Joe Darion, including music from Man of La Mancha
With support from the Stark Vocal Enhancement Fund & Alviani Fund
$3 UMass students; $5 other students, seniors, children; $10 general public Box Office 413-545-2511 or click here to purchase tickets online! Free for Voice Open House attendees
Andrew Garland, photo by Matt Madison-Clark
GORDON MUSIC LEARNING THEORY WORKSHOP
With Marilyn Lowe, veteran teacher, Music Learning Theory specialist, creator of Music Moves for Piano method
Three-day Workshop, Oct. 11, 12, 13 UMass Amherst, Fine Arts Center, Music wing Study of the sequential music learning process (Gordon Music Learning Theory), specifically tailored to Piano Teachers Tuition $200, $175 for VPTA members, $100 for students; 25 PDPs available for three-day Workshop
One-day Workshop option, Oct. 11, 9am-4pm, UMass Amherst, Fine Arts Center, Music wing An Overview of Gordon Music Learning Theory for all Music Teachers Tuition $90, $75 for students & VPTA members; 10 PDPs available for one-day Workshop
Link to REGISTRATION FORM (pdf) (Please print, fill out and send with payment to Elizabeth Haymaker)
Ms. Lowe will take us through a sequential learning process that guides students to hear with understanding. The music learning process is similar to the language learning model of: listen, speak/perform, think/improvise, read and write. The workshop will include singing, chanting, improvisation, rhythm and solfege activities, and is suitable for those who teach children as well as those who teach adults.
Sponsors: UMass Music & Dance Department, Valley Piano Teachers Association
Monday, October 6, 2014 4:30-6:30pm Bezanson Recital Hall
CELLO MASTER CLASS
Volcy Pelletier, Smith College Lecturer in Cello Performance