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Music division hosts last Student Recital of spring semester

Vocalists in last Spring recital
Standing left to right are vocalists Monroe Bennett, Glenda Moye, David Schmidt, Nicole Mathis, Carey Wilson IV and Katelyn Pierce . Not pictured is Dustin Simmons. (Photos by Hayley M. Boisseau)
Instrumentalists in last Spring recital
The instrumentalists in the April 27 Student Recital are shown from left to right, standing, Jelon Dixon and Robert Hilton, and seated, Jamie Sexton and Brittney Black.

 

By Kelley M. Arnold

Director of News and Public Information

MOUNT VERNON—Eleven students in Brewton-Parker College’s Division of Music performed in the April 27 Student Recital – the last recital of the Spring 2007 semester. The event was free and open to the public.

             

The order of performances and students were as follows:

  • Jelon Dixon, a freshman clarinetist pursuing a bachelor of music degree in performance, performed “Caprice” by Nilo W. Hovey, arranged by Beldon Leonard. Dixon is a student in the studio of Dr. Armenio Suzano, associate professor of music.
  • Glenda Moye, a senior soprano pursuing a bachelor of music degree in music education, performed “O You Whom I Often and Silently Come” by Ned Rorem. She is a student in the studio of Prof. Stephanie Fort, assistant professor of music.
  • Brittney Black, a freshman pianist pursuing a bachelor of music degree in music education, performed “Gymnopedies No. 1” by Erik Satie. Black is a student in the studio of Dr. Pierce Dickens, associate professor of music and Quinelle McRae Sikes Professor of Piano.
  • David Schmidt, a junior tenor pursuing a bachelor of music degree in music education, performed “Orpheus with His Lute” by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Schmidt is a student in the studio of Dr. Ben Caston, assistant professor of music.
  • Nicole Mathis, a freshman mezzo-soprano pursuing a bachelor of music degree in performance, performed “Volksliedchen” by Robert Schumann. She is a student in the studio of Prof. Fort.
  • Monroe Bennett, a sophomore tenor pursuing a bachelor of music degree in church music, performed “He That Keepeth Israel” by Adolphe Schlosser. Bennett is a student of Dr. Caston.
  • Robert Hilton, a freshman pianist pursuing a bachelor of music degree in music education, performed “Spinning Song” from “Songs Without Words, Op. 67, No. 4” by Felix Mendelssohn. Hilton is a student in Dr. Dickens’ studio.
  • Katelyn Pierce, a junior soprano pursuing a bachelor of arts degree in music, performed “How Beautiful Are The Feet of Them” from “Messiah” by George Frederic Handel. She is a student of Prof. Fort’s studio.
  • Dustin Simmons, a sophomore tenor pursuing a bachelor of arts degree in music, performed “Where e’re You Walk” by George Frederic Handel. He is also a student of Prof. Fort.
  • Carey Wilson IV, a sophomore baritone pursuing a bachelor of music degree in church music, performed “Sleep” by Ivor Gurney. He is a student of Dr. Caston.
  • Jamie Sexton, a junior clarinetist pursuing a bachelor of music degree in music performance, performed “Rondo” from “Concerto for Clarinet, K.622” by Wolfgang Armadeus Mozart. She is a student of Dr. Suzano.

 

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Updated on: April 15, 2010 8:26 PM