Music Students Debut Original Compositions at Spring Composers’ Recital

Published by Hope Nelson 1 month ago on Fri, Apr 5, 2024 7:53 AM

On Friday, March 22, the Concordia Music Department hosted its Spring 2024 composers’ recital. The composers’ recital provides a unique opportunity for students who have composed original musical works to debut them in front of an audience.  

The program featured pieces by five different Concordia students. Performances included arrangements for voice, saxophone, organ, piano, violin and viola.  

 

Student performers included (listed in program order):  

“Scallywag Song” by Logan Walgate, junior, St. Charles, Mo.  

Grace Donnelly, sophomore, Three Forks, Mont., alto saxophone 

Nathan Hoft, senior, Eldridge, Iowa, alto saxophone 

Jonah Carter, freshman, McKinney, Texas, tenor saxophone 

Logan Walgate, baritone saxophone 

 

“Lenten Alleluias” by Thomas Schulteis, senior, Parker, Colo.  

Thomas Schulteis, organ 

 

“Fathom” by Anna Grass, senior, Seward, Neb.  

Anna Grass, violin 

Sadie Henson, junior, Herrin, Ill., piano 

 

“Improperium...et dederunt” by Ryan Edinger, junior, Wentzville, Mo. 

Magdalene Hall, senior, Spring, Texas, viola 

Ryan Edinger, piano 

 

“Salvation Belongs to the Lord” by Joshua Jurchen, sophomore, Seward, Neb.  

Kirsten Horne, junior, Seward, Neb., soprano 

Anna Grass, senior, Seward, Neb., soprano 

Morgan Rohde, freshman, Fort Wayne, Ind., alto 

Alannah Stahl, senior, Saginaw, Mich., alto 

Caleb Zeckzer, senior, New Haven, Ind., tenor 

Samuel Dunbar, junior, Utica, Neb., tenor 

Dylan Parker, sophomore, Fairfax, Va., bass 

Grant Rohde, sophomore, Reed City, Mich., bass 

 

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