This is a guest post from the Secrest Artists Series:
The Secrest Artists Series will present a concert by British pianist Paul Lewis at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16 in Brendle Recital Hall, located in Scales Fine Arts Center.
Lewis is one of the leading musicians of his generation. His performances of core piano works by Beethoven and Schubert have received critical and public acclaim internationally, and consolidated his reputation as one of the world’s foremost interpreters of the central European classical repertoire.
Enrich your concert-going experience by joining a pre-performance talk at 6:40 p.m. in Room M208, adjacent to Brendle Recital Hall. The talk will be led by Peter Kairoff, professor and chair of the music department. He will discuss what aspects of Haydn, Beethoven and Brahms’ musical styles make us consider them all part of one great tradition, and also what differences distinguish their individual styles.
Haydn: Piano Sonata in C major Hob XVI/50
Beethoven: Six Bagatelles, op. 126 (1824)
Brahms: 6 Klavierstücke, op. 118
Hayden: Piano Sonata in G Hob XVI/40
The concert will have festival seating. Doors will open at 7 p.m.
Tickets will be $18 for adults, $15 for seniors (62 and older). For non-Wake Forest students (12 and older), admission will be $10. For children five-years-old and younger, admission will be $5.
Wake Forest University and School of Medicine faculty, staff and retirees receive free admission for themselves and one guest to each Secrest Artists Series performance. Wake Forest University students receive free admission for themselves. Simply show your WFU I.D. at the door.
Please contact Secrest Artists Series manager, Hayden Barnes with any questions: email@example.com or (336)758-5757.
Wake Forest arts faculty will be highlighted in the 2017 Music Carolina SummerFest, which includes several programs on the University’s campus and is co-directed by Jacqui Carrasco, professor of music.
The festival starts Aug. 10 at 7:30 p.m. with Carrasco and music faculty members Peter Kairoff and Evan Richey performing youthful works of Beethoven in the Byrum Welcome Center.
On Aug. 12 at 7:30 p.m., the Music Carolina SummerFest continues in Brendle Hall with “The Patsy Project” directed by dance faculty members Christina Soriano and Jessie Laurita-Spanglet. The work will feature live performances of the music of Patsy Cline and an intergenerational cast of professional and community dancers, including adults with Parkinson’s disease and children from Wake Forest’s community ballet program.
For more information and tickets, please visit http://musiccarolina.org/.
Categories: Faculty News
Please find below a list of academic department chairs and their administrative assistants for 2015-2016, as of July 1, 2015:
Congratulations to Wake Forest University faculty who have been awarded fellowships and recieved promotions.
Wake Forest Faculty Fellowships______________________________
The Wake Forest Faculty Fellowship is a program of financial support designed to honor our best teacher-scholars. Recipients are:
Rebecca Alexander (CHM), The F.M. Kirby Family Faculty Fellowship<
Laura Aull (ENG), The Dunn-Riley Faculty Fund Fellowship
Christa Colyer (CHM), The Robert & Debra Lee Faculty Fellowship
Mary Dalton (COM), The Reinsch/Pierce Family Fellowship
Katy Harriger (POL), The Tatum Family Fund Faculty Fellowship
Omaar Hena (ENG), The Young Family Faculty Fellowship
Peter Kairoff (MUS), The Denton Family Faculty Fellowship
John Pickel (ART), The Hoak Family Faculty Fellowship
Albert Rives (CHM), The Gale Family Faculty Fellowship
Michael Sloan (CLA), The Kenyon Family Faculty Fellowship
Eric Stottlemyer (ENG), The Bitove Family Fund Faculty Fellowship
Robert Whaples (ECN), The Hough Family Faculty Fellowship
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