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Ann Arbor MI 05-01-2018 05-01-2018 Brown Bag Organ Recital: Paul Haebig, DMA

Brown Bag Organ Recital

The Zefiro Quartet (Antona Yost, mezzo-soprano; Alyssa Campbell, violin; Jin Nakamura, cello; Neil Robertson, harpsichord) will present works of Monteverdi, Caccini, Telemann and Renaissance Chansons.

May 1, 2018
12:15 PM - 12:45 PM
1680 SPH I (Community Lounge)
Sponsored by: SPH & SMTD
Contact Information: David Hunsche, dhunsche@gmail.com

The School of Public Health and the School of Music, Theater and Dance (SMTD) are pleased to announce the fall term series of brown bag organ recitals showcasing the Letourneau organ installed in the SPH Community Lounge (room 1680 SPH Crossroads). Recitals are presented on alternate Wednesdays throughout the Fall and Winter terms (some deviations this fall due to scheduling conflicts). These are informal events to which you are invited to bring your lunch (brownbag or stop by the Glass House Café). Events begin at 12:15 and conclude in time for you to reach your 1:00 obligations. We hope that you will take advantage of these opportunities and will invite your friends and colleagues to join us as well.

  • Jan. 24:  Dean Robinson, undergraduate student in Organ Performance & Sacred Music and in Computer Science; Organist, University Lutheran Chapel, Ann Arbor
  • Feb. 7: U-M Baroque Chamber Ensembles; Joseph Gascho, director
  • Feb. 21: Tom Granum, Director of Music Ministries, First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor
  • Mar. 7: U-M organ students
  • Mar. 21: Andrew Herbruck, Director of Music Ministries, First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham, MI
  • Apr. 4:  U-M Baroque Chamber Ensembles; Joseph Gascho, director
  • May 1: The Zefiro Quartet (Antona Yost, mezzo-soprano; Alyssa Campbell, violin; Jin Nakamura, cello; Neil Robertson, harpsichord) will present works of Monteverdi, Caccini, Telemann and Renaissance Chansons.

As an adjunct to the regular recital series, you are invited to a special performance Feb. 14 by the Arbor Consort, among whose members you may recognize a couple familiar SPH faces.  The group performs a cappella Renaissance selections while dressed in period outfits.

 

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