April 28, 2013
Lake Erie College to Present Annual Spring Musical Arts Concert(Painesville, Ohio) - The Lake Erie College Music Department will present its annual Spring Musical Arts Concert on Sunday, April 28 at 4:00 p.m. in the Morley Music Building.
The program will feature a variety of concert material for chorus, flute choir and instrumental soloists. With a soft emphasis on folk song, the Community Chorus will present "The Water is Wide" arranged by Roger Folstrom and "My Love Spoke to Me" by Kenneth Rumery. The Flute Choir will present works by J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart, Anne McGinty and Mack Wilberg. Also, an arrangement of "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" arranged for flute choir, chorus and organ by music faculty member Judith Elias will be performed.
Music faculty member Roberta Whitely and Elias will perform the third movement from Aaron Copland's "Duo for Flute and Piano." Senior Patrick Shelby will perform "Prelude from the Chants d'Espagne" for piano by Isaac Albeniz. Associate Professor of German and French Dr. Mark Bell will perform in the prelude on the hymn tune "Detroit" by Wilbur Held.
The evening will close with the official premier of a larger new work by Professor of Music Paul Gothard III titled "Te Deum" for mixed chorus, piano and organ. Gothard wrote work was written during Fall 2012 semester while he was on sabbatical.
The concert is free and open to the public. Free parking is available on the west end of the music building. The Morley Music Building is not handicap-accessible. For more information, call 440-375-7030.