The ensembles perform contemporary and traditional jazz. Bill Warfield, director.
The Wind Ensemble explores the varied musical styles of the year 1968. Program will include the Pulitzer Prize-winning Music for Prague 1968 by Karel Husa. David Diggs, director.
This popular annual concert highlights student soloists playing concerto movements with the orchestra followed by full orchestra. Repertoire: Bernstein’s Overture to Candide, Ravel’s Pavane pour une infante défunte and selections from DeFalla’s Three-Cornered Hat Suite. Eugene Albulescu, director.
Lehigh University Choral Arts presents its annual Christmas gift to the community. Steven Sametz, director; Sun Min Lee, associate director. Early arrival suggested.
Classic American jazz from Cole Porter to Stevie Wonder and more. Bill Warfield, director.
Premiere of a one-act dance opera by Paul Salerni based on a libretto by Dana Gioia, California’s Poet Laureate. Also included on the program is Salerni’s Daliance, five movements for string quartet and percussion with featured artists Michael Spencer Phillips, choreographer/dancer, the Dalí Quartet and Miles Salerni, percussion.
Mature content warning: This performance contains adult language and situations.
The quintet performs Kleine Kammermusik by Paul Hindemith, Six Bagatelles by György Ligeti, and Sinfonietta Italiana by Paul Salerni. Robin Kani, flute; David Diggs, oboe; Deborah Andrus, clarinet; Jonathan Clark, French horn; Ping Liang, bassoon.
Join current and alumni singers for our kick-off concert celebrating Lehigh Choral Arts 150th anniversary. Trace the beginnings of Lehigh’s strong choral tradition, from a mandolin and barbershop octet in 1869, to one of the premier university choral programs in the nation. Steven Sametz, artistic director; Sun Min Lee, associate director.
Lehigh University faculty, students and professional musicians interpret the compositions and arrangements of the Big Band songbook. Bill Warfield, director.
Jorgensen and pianist Steve Beck present music from the 20th-century that features a view into the complexities of a changing world. The tragically haunted Shostakovich Violin Sonata is juxtaposed with the Prokofiev’s romantic Five Melodies, Bartok’s folk-flavored Rhapsody No. 1 and Debussy’s fresh-spirited Violin Sonata.