January 22, 2013
Indiana State University's School of Music will present 10 of its finest individual performers at a concert Jan. 27 at 4 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the Landini Center for Performing and Fine Arts. The students earned the right to perform in the President's Concert through their performances at Fall 2012 juries. The concert and the reception following, is sponsored by university President Dan Bradley.
Students performing will include James Storey, a sophomore music business major from Logansport; Matthew Stewart, a senior music education major from Paoli; Nathan Canfield, a freshman music performance major from Sullivan; Anna Buck, a senior music education major from Noblesville; Emily Morris, a senior music education major from Austin; Mami Okita, a senior music business major from Japan; Gregory Jacks, a junior music performance major from Fishers; Nikolaos Pine, a sophomore music performance major from Terre Haute; John Davis, a junior criminology major from Terre Haute; and Colleen King, a junior music education major from Urbana, Ohio.
The student performers represent all divisions within the School of Music, including piano, wind/percussion and voice. The music performed will include works by Tomasi, Jacob, Beethoven, Handel, Lehar, Glassock, Hummel, Viardot, Bartok, and Mozart.
This concert is free, but seating is limited. To request tickets, contact the School of Music at 812-237-2771.
Photo cutline:Left to right: Gregory Jacks, James Storey, Mami Okita, Colleen King, Emily Morris, Matthew Stewart. Not pictured: John Davis, Nikolaos Pine, Anna Buck, Nathan Canfield.
Contact: Nancy Cobb Lippens, director, School of Music, Indiana State University, 812-237-2771, Nancy.CobbLippens@indstate.edu
Writer: Ebonie Lamb, arts marketing intern, Office of Communications and Marketing, Indiana State University, firstname.lastname@example.org
The students earned the right to perform in the President's Concert through their performances at Fall 2012 juries. The concert and the reception following, is sponsored by university President Dan Bradley.