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CALENDAR: 2009–2010

August 31, 2009
Shorter College Faculty Gala
Selections by Handel, Mozart, Sandström, and Simon
The Historic DeSoto Theatre, Rome, Georgia, 7:30 PM

September 11, 2009
Master Class/Lecture: “A Healthy Belt Is Not Oxymoron”
Woodland High School for the Performing Arts
Cartersville, Georgia, 9:00 AM

September 14, 2009
Shorter College New Music Series
World Premieres by Jocelyn Hagen, composer
Brookes Chapel, Shorter College, 7:30 PM

September 19, 2009
Soloist in “A Star-Spangled Salute” Chorale Fundraiser
Hilltop Café, Shorter College, 6:00 PM

September 22, 2009
Faculty/Guest Artist Recital: “The Art of Music”
with Lisa Sain Odom, soprano, and Fabio Parrini, piano
Selections by Debussy, Poulenc, and Sondheim
Brooks Center, Clemson University, 7:30 PM

September 23, 2009
Guest Artist Recital: “The Art of Music”
with Lisa Sain Odom, soprano, and Fabio Parrini, piano
Selections by Debussy, Poulenc, and Sondheim
South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts, 7:30 PM

October 17, 2009
National Anthem, Shorter College Homecoming
Barron Stadium, Rome, Georgia, 1:30 PM

October 22, 2009
Soloist, Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem, Op. 45
Griffin Choral Arts, Steven Mulder, conductor
First Baptist Church, Griffin, Georgia, 7:30 PM

October 29, 2009
Lecture-Recital at the Darlington School
Selections by Bach, Poulenc, Hagen, and Simon
Morris Chapel, The Darlington School, 9:00 AM

November 5, 2009
"Damian” in Sorrel Hayes’ Toowhopera
World Premiere Commission for Georgia MTNA
Brookes Chapel, Shorter College, 7:30 PM

November 6, 2009
"Developmental Repertoire for the Private Voice Studio”
Presentation for the Georgia MTNA Convention
Evans Chorale Room, Shorter College, 10:00 AM

November 6–7, 2009
Georgia NATS Fall Master Class with Penelope Bitzas
Shorter College, Rome, Georgia

November 17, 2009
Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs
Georgia Tech University Fall Concert
All-Saints Episcopal Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 7:30 PM

November 20–22, 2009
CONCORA 35th Anniversary Festival and Concert
Connecticut Choral Artists, Richard Coffey, conductor
South Church, New Britain, Connecticut
Performance: 4:00 PM on November 22, 2011

November 22, 2009
Guest Soloist, Sunday Worship Service
South Church, New Britain, Connecticut, 10:00 AM

December 5, 2009
Solos in Handel’s Messiah, Part I
Shorter College and the Rome Symphony Orchestra
Rome City Auditorium, Rome, Georgia, 7:30 PM

January 7–10, 2010
"The Musical and Philosophical Relationship between
Strauss’s Krämerspiegel, Op. 66 and Capriccio, Op. 85”
Poster Presentation at NATS/NOA Winter Workshop
Westin Perimeter Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia

January 16, 2010
Adjudicator, Classical Singer Competition
Shorter College, Rome, Georgia

January 25, 2010
Guest Conductor, Gordon County Honors Chorus
First Baptist Church, Calhoun, Georgia, 7:00 PM

February 7, 2010
Soloist, Antonin Dvořák’s Te Deum
Brookes Chapel, Shorter College, 7:30 PM

February 19–20, 2010
Adjudicator, Georgia NATS Auditions
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia

March 6, 2010
Presentation: VoceVista’s Usefulness in the Voice Studio
TLTR “Technology in Action” Workshop
Shorter College, Rome, Georgia

March 14, 2010
Soloist, Bach’s Cantatas BWV 58 and 173a
Atlanta Baroque Orchestra; Dana Maiben, conductor
Roswell Presbyterian Church, Roswell, Georgia, 3:00 PM

March 20, 2010
Adjudicator, TEXOMA NATSAA Competition Finals
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Fort Worth, Texas

March 26–27, 2010
Adjudicator, Southeastern Regional NATS Auditions
Stetson University, Deland, Florida

April 11, 2010
Soloist, Mozart’s Coronation Mass, K317
Three Rivers Singers; Suzanne Scott, conductor
St Peter’s Episcopal Church, Rome, Georgia, 4:00 PM

April 24, 2010
Soloist, Duruflé’s Requiem
Shorter Chorale; Martha Shaw, conductor
First Baptist Church, Rome, Georgia, 7:30 PM

May 25–29, 2010
Institute on the Pedagogies of World Music Theories
University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

June 21–July 11, 2010
Oregon Bach Festival:
Helmuth Rilling, Artistic Director
Craig Hella Johnson, Guest Conductor
Bach’s B Minor Mass, BWV 232
Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy, Op. 80
Mendelssohn’s Elias, Op. 70
Brahms’ Liebeslieder Waltzer, Op. 52
Verdi’s Requiem
Hult Center for the Performing Arts, Eugene, Oregon
Beall Concert Hall, University of Oregon
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, Oregon




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