Competition celebrating diversity : winners concert (2021-04-08).
- 1. Introduction and Welcome: Sarah Wroth, Associate Professor of Music, Ballet (02:15)
- 2. Eleanor Alberga, Two-Piano Suite (07:17)
- 3. Christa Cole, Academic presentation: “British Serialism’s Founding Mother: Elisabeth Lutyens and The Valley of Hatsuse, Op. 62 (1965)” (08:10)
- 4. Benjamin Horne, Stutter Step (06:19)
- 5. Aron Frank, Academic presentation: “Musica de Féria (Fair Music) by Silvestre Revueltas” (07:36)
- Gisela Hernandez, Nueve Canciones (excerpts)
- 9. Joseph Stiefel, Academic presentation: “Visions of the Apocalypse: Stylistic Eclecticism in William Grant Still’s Three Visions for Piano” (08:58)
- Isang Yun, Glissées (excerpts)
- 12. Nicholas Sienkiewicz, Academic presentation: “Of Rage and Remembrance: The Inclusion of Queer Repertoire into the American Musical Canon”" (17:22)
- 13. Jessie Montgomery, Rhapsody No.1 for solo violin (06:41)
- 14. William Grant Still, Highway 1, USA: A Dream Wasted (04:01)
- 15. Awards Presentation: Sarah Wroth (02:33)
- Main contributor
"The Diversity and Equity Committee put this competition together in the fall of 2019 as a means of encouraging widespread appreciation as well as the study of composers from historically marginalized groups, and provide a new scholarship opportunity for our students. Through this competition, our student artists and scholars were challenged to choose an under-represented composer and present an understanding of that composer's work through either a performance submission or an academic presentation."--introduction. "This competition has presented such a wonderful opportunity for our students to explore artists and composers who fall outside of a historically exclusive field of music study. Exploring this work offers our students and opportunity to further explore the spectrum of perspectives that makes performance art a living, impactful, and inclusively moving experience for all audiences."--closing.
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
Speeches.; Suites.; Lectures.; Chamber music.; Songs.; Filmed performances.; Award presentations (Motion pictures)
Lutyens, Elisabeth, 1906-1983. Valley of Hatsu'se.; Still, William Grant, 1895-1978. Visions.; Speeches, addresses, etc; Suites (Pianos (2)); Serialism (Music); Lectures and lecturing; Euphonium music; Fairs; Songs and music; Songs (High voice) with piano; Cello music; Sexual minority culture; Violin music; Songs (Medium voice) with piano; Award presentations
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1 online resource (streaming video files) : digital
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Spoken in English; sung in Spanish and English.
Introduction and welcome (Sarah Wroth, co-chair, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee) -- Two-piano suite (1986) / Eleanor Alberga (Nicha Stapanukul (Performance Finalist), Timothy Stephenson, pianos) -- British serialism's founding mother: Elisabeth Lutyens and The valley of Hatsuse, op. 62 (1965) / Christa Cole (Academic Finalist), Ph.D. student in music theory (Christa Cole, presenter) -- Stutter Step (2020) / Benjamin Horne (Benjamin Horne (Performance Finalist), euphonium) -- Musica de féria (Fair music) by Silvestre Revueltas / Aron Frank (Academic Finalist), MM student in film scoring (Aron Frank, presenter) -- Nueve canciones (1943-58). Diálogo ; Única mar ; Voy a medirme el amor / Gisela Hernández Gonzalo (Alejandra Martinez (Performance Finalist), soprano ; Mireia Frutos Fernández, piano) -- Visions of the apocalypse : stylistic eclecticism in William Grant Still's Three visions for piano / Joseph Stiefel, M/MA student (Joseph Stiefel, presenter) -- Glissées (1970). III ; IV / Isang Yun (Isabel Kwon (Performance Finalist), cello) -- Of rage and remembrance : the inclusion of queer repertoire into the American musical canon / Nicholas Sienkiewicz (Academic Finalist) (Nicholas Sienkiewicz, presenter) -- Rhapsody no. 1 (2014) / Jessie Montgomery (Zola Hightower (Performance Finalist), violin) -- Highway 1, USA (1942). A dream wasted / William Grant Still (Jeremiah Sanders (Performance Finalist), baritone ; Yu Jhen Liu, piano) -- Awards presentation and closing (Sarah Wroth, co-chair, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee).
Released: 2021 April 08, IUMusicLive!
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Catalog Key: 19015902; OCLC: ocn1245393421; OCLC: 1245393421; Other: vae2896
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