Music students to present recital Tuesday

A student music recital will be presented Tuesday, April 30, at Ripon College. The recital will begin at 11:15 a,m. in Demmer Recital Hall, C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts.

Selections will include:

  • “Concertino for Trombone, op. 45, no. 7,” by Lars Erik Larsson, with Eric Westberg ’20 of North Mankato, Minnesota, trombone; and Professor of Music Kurt Dietrich
  • “Sonatine, op. 36, no. 3,” by Muzio Clementi, with Maria Reber ’21 of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, piano
  • “Nuit d’etoiles, by Claude Debussy, with Maria Reber, soprano, and Professor of Music Sarah Mahler Kraaz, piano
  • “Someone Else’s Story,” by Benny Anderson, Tim Rice and Bjorn Ulvaeus, with Jessica Miles ’21 of Lancaster, Wiconsin, alto; and Grace Sullivan ’20 of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, piano
  • “Romance,” by Claude Debussy, with Grace Sullivan, soprano; and Professor of Music Sarah Mahler Kraaz, piano
  • “Caro Mio Ben,” by Tommaso Giordano, arranged by Grace Sullivan, with Grace Sullivan, cello; Lydia Wiley-Deal ’29 of Whitewater, Wisconsin, cello; John Koch of Ripon, Wisconsin, cello; and Charles Stephan, adjunct instructor of music, cello
  • “Solo #13,” by Anonymous, with Allison Slowiak ’22 of Kiel, Wisconsin, persussion
  • “When Comes my Gwen,” by Charles Hubert Hastings Perry, with Yacob Bennett ’22 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, baritone; and Professor of Music Sarah Mahler Kraaz, piano
  • “American Lullaby,” by Gladys Rich, with Abrianna Gommel ’22 of Fennimore, Wisconsin, alto; and Grace Sullivan, piano
  • “Ave Maria,” by Johann Sebastian Bach, with Allison Slowiak, alto; and Grace Sullivan, piano
  • “Petite Pièce Concertante,” by Guillaume Balay, with Jacob Zuehlke ’22 of Whitewater, Wisconsin, trumpet; and Professor of Music Kurt Dietrich, piano
  • “Into the Night,” by Clara Edwards, with Heidi DeCaluwe ’20 of West Bend, Wisconsin, soprano: and Professor of Music Sarah Mahler Kraaz, piano
  • “Du bist wie eine Blume,” by Robert Schumann, with Wil Bridenhagen ’21 of Neenah, Wisconsin, baritone
  • “Mondnacht,” by Robert Schumann, with Rachel Myers ’21 of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, soprano

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