Archive for September 2008

September 2008

Student News

 

Samantha van Adelsburg, a voice student of Bronwyn Fix-Keller, will matriculate as a voice major at the State University of New York at Binghamton.  She received the Senior Outstanding Achievement Choral Award at Lower Merion High School and produced and performed a solo cabaret recital as her senior project in June.  She also appeared in Haverford School’s production of West Side Story in March.

 

Brian Cai, a piano student of Marcantonio Barone, won the Overall Soloist Award for Jazz Band at the “Music in the Parks” competition in Boston in April.

 

Anil Chitrapu, a piano student of Laurie Ticehurst, is to give his graduation performance (Arangetram) in Carnatic Music at Gwynedd Mercy College on 30 August at 4:00 P.M.

 

Leah Golub, a voice student of Bronwyn Fix-Keller, received a full scholarship as a voice major at Case Western Reserve University.  She was the assistant director of Harriton High School’s production of The Visit in April.

 

Kevin Li, a piano student of Marcantonio Barone, was one of the youngest students admitted to study chamber music with members of the Philadelphia Trio at Music in the Mountains in Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania, this August.

 

Gus Longer, a voice student of Bronwyn Fix-Keller, performed in Alice in Wonderland, Jr. at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center in July.

 

Alex Pack, a voice student of Bronwyn Fix-Keller, was assistant director of Harriton High School’s production of The Visit.

 

Elizabeth Reeves, a voice student of Kathryna Barone and Perry Brisbon and a piano student of Mackenzie Carlson, will matriculate as a voice major at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.  She studied this summer at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute.

 

Gloria Sun, a violin student of Iwona Fedoseyev, was accepted by competitive audition into both the Delaware County Youth Orchestra and the Main Line Chamber Youth Orchestra.

 

 

Faculty News

 

Marcantonio Barone gave the world premiere of the Concerto for Piano and Small Orchestra by Andrew Rudin at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. in May.  During the summer, he performed at the Delaware Chamber Music Festival, with the Lenape Chamber Ensemble in Pennsylvania, and with the Craftsbury Chamber Players in Vermont.

 

Ellen Fisher Deerberg will perform as a member of the quartet Volanti Flutes on the concert series Nassau at 4:00 on Sunday, 12 October, at 4:00 P.M., at the Nassau Presbyterian Church in Princeton, New Jersey.

Volanti Flutes will perform again at 7:30 P.M. the following Saturday, 18 October, in the Wind Department Recital of the Westminster Conservatory, at Westminster Choir College’s Bristol Chapel in Princeton.

 

Bronwyn Fix-Keller will appear as harpsichord soloist in the Brandenburg Concerto № 5 by Johann Sebastian Bach with Camerata Ama Deus Chamber Orchestra on Saturday, 18 October, at 7:30 P.M. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill; and on Sunday, 19 October, at 4:00 P.M. in Thomas Great Hall at Bryn Mawr College.

 

Andrew Hauze has been named Director of Music at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Springfield, Pennsylvania.

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