Student compostion concert at St. Norbert College

Tuesday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m.

From St. Norbert College, April 6, 2011
by Chelsey Gruetzmacher, chelsey.gruetzmacher@snc.edu, (920) 403-3089

The St. Norbert College music department will present "Fresh Ink," a student composition concert, on Tuesday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Walter Theater, Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Arts. Admission is free and open to the public.

This year's works will be as follows:

"The Happy Tree," composed by Brad Scatterday, from Aurora, Ill., and performed on euphonium by Lauren Mongin, from Green Bay, Wis.

"Serenity," composed by Luke Aumann, from Marshall, Wis., and performed by the Green Knight Warblers.

"Escape," composed by David Carroll, from De Pere, Wis., and performed on flute by Jaclyn Schreiner, from Shawano, Wis.

"Beautiful Earth," composed and performed on piano with voice by Dan Giordanelli, from Kingsford, Mich.

"Morning Prayer," composed by David Carroll (De Pere) and performed by Composers Workshop Ensemble.

"Awaking Mind," composed and performed by Carolyn Horst, from Rubicon, Wis., and also performed on saxophone by Jay Allen, from Manitowoc, Wis.; Andrew Drzewiecki, from Milwaukee, Wis.; and Taylor Jadin, from Kewaunee, Wis.

"I Will Survive," arranged by Jaclyn Schreiner (Shawano), and performed on percussion by Markus Anderson, from Kohler, Wis.; Larissa Dallman, from De Pere, Wis.; and Kelsey Reed, from Appleton, Wis.

Fresh Ink is a concert composed entirely of student work, from conceptualization to performance. Students had to audition in late March, following the audition and submission process for professional composition competitions around the world.

For more information, contact Blake Henson, assistant professor of music, at 920-403-3220 or at blake.henson@snc.edu, or Holly Huntley at 920-403-3112 or at holly.huntley@snc.edu.