Gerald Kechley Tribute Concert

Sunday, November 18, 2018 - 7:00pm
FREE and open to the public
UW Opera Theater

The music of School of Music emeritus professor Gerald Kechley is featured in this special performance by top students from the UW vocal performance program, who join the School of Music and friends (and retired UW faculty) Joan and Frank Conlon in paying tribute to an influential and beloved educator. Concert is free and open to the public with a reception to follow. To attend the free reception following the concert, please register for the reception here. Registration is not required to attend the concert.

Program

I.

Little Flower
Vivianna Oh, soprano; Serena Chin, piano

Love is a Sickness
Tasha Hayward, soprano; Serena Chin, piano

Go Lovely Rose                                                                                                                              
Christopher Benfield, baritone; Logan Esterling, oboe; Serena Chin, piano

II.

Carols:

 I Sing of a Maiden
Maddie Ile, soprano; Anthea Kechley, flute; Serena Chin, piano

Carol of the Birds
UW Chorale Ensemble
Anthea Kechley, flute;  Logan Esterling, oboe 

Memories
Valerie Hockey 

III.

Three Pieces for Piano

            Foggy Morning

            Prelude #5

            Mostly Black

Gregory Tolwinski, piano

Some Music for Flute and Piano
Anthea Kechley, flute, Greg Tolwinski, piano

IV.

Lonely I Wandered
In the Night
Sarah Fantappiè, soprano; Serena Chin, piano

In the Lonely Midnight
UW Chamber Singers

Memories
David Kechley 

V.

Little Elegy
Olivia Kerr, soprano; Serena Chin, piano

Remembering the Golden Lion
William Clarke, DMA 1972

Selections from “The Golden Lion”        

Casia’s Credo    
Maia Thielen, mezzo soprano; Anthea Kechley, flute; Isabella Kodamacello; Serena Chin, piano

Psalm 121
UW Chamber Singers


 Learn more about the Joan Catoni Conlon Endowed Fellowship in Choral Studies to Honor Gerald Kechley and Miriam Terry.

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