Quincy University's annual recital of the music faculty and a reception honoring members of fine arts faculty will be held Friday, September 7. The recital will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the University chapel, and the reception will follow at 8:30 p.m. in the Gray Gallery of Brenner Library. Both events will be open to the general public without charge thanks to sponsorship by the QU division of fine arts and communication.
Performers will include clarinetist Louis Margaglione, professor of music; pianist Leonora Suppan-Gehrich, artist-in-residence; trumpeter Steve Parke, associate professor of music and jazz artist-in-residence; percussionist Bill Machold, assistant professor of music and director of bands; soprano Amy Stollberg, instructor of vocal music; tenor Allen Means, assistant professor of choral music; and French horn player Michael Saul, lecturer in music. The program will include the following:
Suppan-Gehrich will perform "Scherzo in C-sharp Minor" by Frederic Chopin.
Parke will perform "Concerto for Trumpet, movement #1" by John Addison. He will be accompanied at the piano by Larry Finley.
Means will sing "Don Quichotte a Dulcinee" by Maurice Ravel
Stollberg will sing three songs from "Old American Songs" adapted by Aaron Copland: "Zion's Walls," "At the River," "The Little Horses."
Machold will perform his own composition, "Visually Speaking," for marching snare drum and "White Knuckle Stroll" for solo marimba by Casey Cangelosi.
Saul will perform the first movement of "Concerto for Horn and Strings" by Gordon Jacob. He will be accompanied at piano by Larry Finley.
Additional information is available from the QU music office at 228-5432, extension 3160.