Student musicians display performance talents during Honor Recital
Concordia University, Nebraska music students performed in the semiannual honor recital Oct. 27 in front of a limited audience in attendance, while the performances were streamed on the music department’s Facebook page.
“We have many, many talented students in the music department, vocalists and instrumentalists alike, and the Honor Recital will show a sampling of them,’ said Dr. Elizabeth Grimpo, professor of music. “Our students work hard; they are dedicated to their art; they love music; and they are grateful to share their talents with others, if they were here in person or watching the livestream.”
The semiannual honor recital at Concordia showcases the vocal and instrumental talents of student musicians. Musicians are chosen to perform based on auditions judged by music department faculty. The recital is held once each semester.
Students selected to perform in the Honor Recital include:
Garret Drews, junior, Fremont, Neb., singing tenor on “Lonely House” from Street Scene by Kurt Weill
Rebekah Eatherton, junior, Garland, Texas, playing “Cantilena” from Sonate pour flute et piano by Fransice Poulenc on the flute
Noah Freeman, senior, Portland, Ore., playing “Allegro marcato” from Piano Sonata No. 1 by Alberto Ginastera on the piano
Jennifer Horne, sophomore, Canton, Kan., playing “Sonata No. 1 in F Minor” by Sergei Prokofiev on the piano
Aaron Jackson, senior, Palestine, Texas, playing Variations on “America” by Charles Ives on the organ
Charlotte Lines, senior, Marshall, Mo., playing “Andante con moto” from Three Intermezzi, Op. 117 by Johannes Brahms on the piano
Christoph Marsh, sophomore, Concordia, Mo., singing tenor on “Im wunderschönen Monat Mai and Ich grolle nicht” from Dichterliebe by Robert Schumann
Nathan Pennington, sophomore, Carthage, Mo., playing “Toccata” from Suite Gothique Op. 25 by Léon Boëllmann on the organ
Renata Peperkorn, junior, Rocklin, Calif., playing “Toccata in F Major, BWV 540” by Johann Sebastian Bach on the organ
Jacee Pfeifer, senior, Holdrege, Neb., singing alto on “Hébé, Ope. 2, no. 6” by Ernest Chausson