Music Events

   Performances, Master Classes, Workshops, Conferences, & Events


FEBRUARY

                            Wednesday, February 3
7:30pm
Michael Halcovage & Meghan Owens
Saxophone & Flute Recital 
Zimmerman Hall 





Monday, February 8
4:00pm
Campus Recital Lutz Hall

Sheri Sanders


NATS Masterclass
Saturday, February 13
8:30am-2:30pm
Zimmerman Hall

As a musical theatre actress insisting on her own diversity, and pliability, Sheri has had profound success performing roles from channelling the late Kitty Genovese in The Screams Of Kitty Genovese (NYMF), to playing Little Becky Two Shoes on the National Tour of Urinetown to everything in between (see her resume!). Never abandoning her love for the radio, Sheri tapped into the ever changing state of Musical Theatre, realized that her greatest love was finding its way onto the Broadway stage, film and television, and now pioneers as the only person to bridge those gaps. Sheri piloted her masterclass, ROCK THE AUDITION, at Pace University. She is also a Rock Musical Repertoire Coach and private audition coach in NYC. Sheri was invited by Hal Leonard books to be the first person to ever write a book on auditioning for rock musicals. (Courtesy of www.sheri-sanders.com)

 


Tuesday, February 16
11:00am
Common Hour Jazz Lutz Hall    





Tuesday, February 16
7:30pm
Public Recital Lutz Hall    




                        Sunday, February 21
3:00pm
Shelly Moorman-Stahlman     
       Faculty Piano Recital              
  Lutz Hall      


Stephen Wade


Wednesday, February 17

7:30pm
Zimmerman Hall

Residency Schedule
Tuesday and Wednesday, February 16 & 17

Stephen Wade is an American folk musician, writer, and researcher.  Wade developed a theatrical performance combining storytelling, traditional music, and percussive dance, entitled Banjo Dancing in the 70s. In 1986, Wade appeared in the public television documentary The Unquiet Library, a study of the Library of Congress’s music division. This led the following year to his writing and narrating Catching the Music, a celebration of the banjo and its learning. On the Way Home, Wade’s second critically acclaimed theatre show, opened in 1989 in Washington, D.C. A five-time Helen Hayes award nominee, in 2003, Wade received the Helen Hayes/Charles MacArthur award as composer, adapter, and musical director for the world premiere of Zora Neale Hurston’s Polk County.  Stephen Wade has also written a book, The Beautiful Music All Around Us: Field Recordings and the American Experience (which includes a companion CD), published in August 2012 by the University of Illinois Press. In September 2012, Wade released Banjo Diary: Lessons from Tradition on Smithsonian Folkways.   The album was nominated in the Best Album Notes category for the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.

               
Saturday, February 20    
7:30pm   

   
Mission: Sing!
Charity Concert with LVC Chamber Choir &
           Central Dauphin Chamber Singers           

Hershey First U.M. Church
Hershey, PA




                            Tuesday, February 23
11:00am
Sesquicentennial Celebration
Featuring an Original Compostion
by Dr. Justin Morell
Click here for more information.
Lutz Hall





Thursday, February 24 7:30pm   
Adam White & Justin Mengal
Violin & Voice Recital
Lutz Hall

MARCH

 

                     
Thursday, March 3
7:30pm
               Public Recital                   
       Lutz Hall        





Wednesday, March 16
7:30pm 
Hannah Pell
Oboe Recital
Zimmerman Hall

Cypress String Quartet

Burgner Chamber Music Concert & Residency*
Thursday, March 17
7:30pm
Lutz Hall

Praised by Gramophone for its “artistry of uncommon insight and cohesion,” and by The New York Times for “rich tone, crisp ensemble work and expressive nuance,” the San Francisco-­-based Cypress String Quartet has performed together for nearly 20 years, recording over 15 albums and performing throughout the world. Since its inception, the Cypress has created a niche as a passionate, insightful, and innovative ensemble. The Cypress members enthrall their audiences, whether performing for seasoned concertgoers or those hearing classical music for the first time. For more information visit www.cypressquartet.com.



                      
Sunday, March 20
3:00pm
             LVC Concert Choir     
Grace U.M. Church
Harrisburg, PA




                    
Monday, March 21
4:00pm
           Campus Recital       
Lutz Hall





Tuesday, March 22
7:30pm
     Dylan Tobias  
      Baritone Recital 
Zimmerman Hall

Arn Chorn Pond
Child of War, Man of Peace
& Concert

Wednesday, March 23
7:30pm
Lutz Hall

Arn Chorn-Pond is a renowned human rights activist, musician and Cambodian genocide survivor inspiring change with incredible stories of hope, endurance, and survival through the power of music. He is the subject of the Emmy-nominated documentary, "The Flute Player." Separated from his family and forced by the Khmer Rouge into a youth work camp, he survived the horrors of the Khmer Rouge regime by playing revolutionary songs on the flute. Chorn-Pond has been honored with many awards, including the Reebok Human Rights Award, the Anne Frank Memorial Award, and the Kohl Foundation International Peace Prize. "Never Fall Down" is the achingly raw and powerful novel about his life, a child of war who becomes a man of peace, from National Book Award finalist Patricia McCormick.

A concert featuring the music of the Cambodian-American composer Chinary Ung will be performed following the keynote speaker.  Ung's Spiral VI will be featured in the performance. The composition will be performed by Dr. Ai-Lin Hsieh (cello), Ms. Beverly Butts (clarinet), Dr. Eric Fung (piano), and Simon Mauer (violin).




Tuesday, March 29
11:00am
Common Hour Jazz Lutz Hall    




                   
Tuesday, March 29
7:30pm
Abigail Nicholas & Cody Ruth
    Oboe & String Bass Recital     
Zimmerman Hall


2016 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE'S CONCERT CHOIR TOUR SCHEDULE

Thursday, March 31
7:30pm

            Elm Park United Methodist Church
Scranton, PA
 


Friday, April 1
7:30pm
          Pennington United Methodist Church
Pennington, NJ



Saturday, April 2
7:30pm
    Epworth United Methodist Church
Gaithersburg, MD


APRIL

Sunday, April 3
3:00pm
Concert Choir
Dr. Matthew Erpelding, Director
            Lutz Hall    





Tuesday, April 5
6:00pm
Concerto Aria Competition Lutz Hall





Wednesday, April 6
7:30pm
Breanna Bergman & Jeffrey Dundore
Soprano & French Horn Recital
Lutz Hall





Thursday, April 7
7:30pm
Timothy Lupia
Tenor Recital
Lutz Hall





Friday, April 8
7:30pm
Small Jazz Ensemble
Mr. Timothy Wolfe, Director
Lutz Hall



Sunday, April 10
3:00pm
Pickwell Recital
      Performed by Sigma Alpha Iota       
  Zimmerman Hall  





Monday, April 11
4:00pm
Campus Recital Lutz Hall





Tuesday, April 12
7:30pm
Evening of Woodwinds Lutz Hall





Wednesday, April 13
7:30pm
Percussion Ensemble
Mr. Robert Nowak, Director

Lutz Hall





Thursday, April 14
7:30pm
Chamber Orchestra & Ensembles
Dr. Johannes Dietrich, Conductor
Lutz Hall



Tuesday, April 16
11:00am
Common Hour Jazz Lutz Hall    





Sunday, April 17
3:00pm
Symphonic Band
Mr. Rich Miller, Conductor
Lutz Hall





Tuesday, April 19
7:30pm
Public Recital Lutz Hall





Wednesday, April 20
7:30pm
Touch of Brass Lutz Hall





Thursday, April 21
7:30pm
Wind Ensemble
Mr. Rich Miller, Conductor
Lutz Hall




Friday, April 22
7:30pm
Jazz Band
    Mr. Thomas Strohman, Director          
        Lutz Hall        



Sunday, April 24
3:00pm
College Choir
Dr. Michael Wojdylak, Director
      Lutz Hall   





Monday, April 25
4:00pm
Handbell Choir
Dr. Shelly Moorman-Stahlman, Director





Tuesday, April 26
7:30pm
Public Recital Lutz Hall





Wednesday, April 27
7:30pm
Spring Studio Recital
Presented by the Students of
Dr. Michael Wojdylak

Zimmerman Hall





Thursday, April 28
7:30pm
Guitar Ensemble
Mr. Joseph Mixon, Director
Lutz Hall

MAY


Sunday, May 1
3:00pm
Orchestra
Dr. Johannes Dietrich, Conductor
    Lutz Hall  





Sunday, May 1
7:30pm
Cabaret: An Evening of American Musical Theatre
Presented by MSC203
Lutz Hall





Monday, May 2
7:30pm
New Music Ensemble
Mr. Timothy Wolfe, Director
Lutz Hall





Tuesday, May 3
7:30pm
Chamber Choir
Dr. Matthew Erpelding, Director
Lutz Hall





   Wednesday, May 4     7:30pm Spring Studio Recital
Presented by the Students of Dr. Bethany Stiles
            Zimmerman Hall              


*Burgner Chamber Music Concerts are possible through the generosity of Newton'32 and Adelaide '43 Burgner.  Through their estate, the couple established a fund for Chamber Music which allows for yearly Chamber Music performances at Lebanon Valley College.  Past performances have included the Philadelphia Brass and Genghis Barbie.

 


For more information, please contact:

Lebanon Valley College
Department of Music
101 N College Ave
Annville, PA 17003
(717)867-6275

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