Celebrate 50 Years
College of Visual and Performing Arts

Department of Music

Barbara Resch, D.M.E.
Department Chair and Professor

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
2101 E. Coliseum Boulevard
Fort Wayne, IN 46805-1499

Phone: 260-481-6714
Fax: 260-481-5422
Email: music@ipfw.edu

Office: Rhinehart Music Center
Room: 144
Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

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Fall 2014


Faculty and Guest Recital – Audi-Tescarollo Duo, piano and cello
The Audi-Tescarollo Duo, comprised of Dr. Carlos Audi, guest cellist and Dr. Hamilton Tescarollo, pianist and director of keyboard studies at IPFW, will perform Schubert’s “Arpeggione” Sonata, Mendelssohn’s Song Without Words in D Major, Bruch’s Kol Nidrei, Debussy’s Sonata, and a work by contemporary Brazilian composer César Camargo Mariano.
    
Sunday, October 19      2:30 p.m.
     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Faculty Jazz Combo
This kid-friendly concert is great fun for everyone in the family. The IPFW Jazz Faculty Combo will perform new original material and some lesser-known bossa nova pieces by Carlos Jobim and others. The combo is comprised of Dr. Adam Johnson, trombone; Dr. Farrell Vernon, woodwinds; Dr. Ken Johnson, guitar; Dr. Chris Rutkowski, piano; Brad Kuhns, bass; and Eric Schweikert, drum set and percussion.
     Monday, October 20   7:30 p.m.
     Allen County Public Library - Library Theater Lower Level 2
     900 Library Plaza Fort Wayne, IN 46802
     Admission is free

Community Orchestra Concert
The IPFW Community Orchestra will present its fall concert featuring guest soloist Evan Gidley performing Villa Lobos’ Fantasia for Saxophone and Orchestra. Other pieces include Wagner’s Prelude to ‘Die Meistersinger’, Smetana’s The Moldau, Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite, the Gymnopedies by Eric Satie, and Glinka’s thrilling Overture to Ruslan and Ludmilla.
    
Monday, November 3     7:30 p.m.
     David Cooke, Conductor
     Auer Performance Hall

Opera Ensemble presents Amahl and the Night Visitors
The IPFW Opera Ensemble will present a Christmas favorite, Gian Carlo Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors, as part of the 50th anniversary celebration. This is the fourth IPFW production of the opera, with the others taking place in 1978, 1984, and 1998.
    
Friday, November 7         7:30 p.m.

     Saturday, November 8    7:30 p.m.
     Sam Savage, director
     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Choral Ensembles Concert - Choral Music of America and Its World War II Allies
Audiences joining us on Veteran’s Day for the Choral Ensembles Concert featuring the IPFW University Singers, Chamber Singers and Choral Union will enjoy a patriotic treat. Many of the pieces were written by composers who lived during the WWII era, including Aaron Copland, Howard Hanson, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. Dr. David Schuster from the IPFW Department of History will be speaking throughout the concert, providing historical insights focused on the Allied countries and their composers represented on the program. Admission is complimentary for veterans with ID.
    
Tuesday, November 11     7:30 p.m.
     Kristofer Sanchack, conductor
     Auer Performance Hall

Piano Studio Showcase
Pianists from the studios of Dr. Joyanne Outland and Dr. Hamilton Tescarollo will present a varied and exciting program of solo piano works ranging from Bach and Beethoven to Villa-Lobos – and beyond.
    
Wednesday, November 12     7:30 p.m.
     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Music Therapy Student and Alumni Recital
IPFW music therapy majors will be joined by alumni to perform a varied repertoire in their individual areas of music expertise in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the music therapy program at IPFW. Free admission, but free will donations to support the IPFW Music Therapy Club are appreciated. Music therapists use their abilities as musicians to engage people in therapeutic processes that help them maximize their functioning in daily life. IPFW music therapy students receive extensive hands-on clinical training at the campus clinic and in a variety of community-based treatment settings. For more information about the music therapy program or music therapy services in the Fort Wayne area, call 260-481-6716, or email jacksonn@ipfw.edu.
    
Friday, November 14        7:30 p.m.
     Rhinehart Recital Hall
     Free admission
     For information about our degree programs visit www.ipfw.edu/music

Trombone Ensemble Recital
The trombone ensemble will present a program featuring music from the Renaissance to today. With pieces featuring a wide range of styles, the trombone ensemble is an audience pleaser with its beautiful, sonorous blend. This program will feature music by Eric Ewazen, Tutti Camarata, and music from the film How to Train Your Dragon 2. The trombone ensemble is under the direction of Fort Wayne Philharmonic Mentor David Cooke.
     Tuesday, November 18    7:30 p.m.

     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Guitar Ensemble Recital
The guitar ensemble will perform works by Bach (Brandenburg Concerto No. 6), Dvorak, and Praetorius.
     Wednesday, November 19   7:30 p.m.

     Laura Lydy, director
     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Opera Ensemble presents Scenes from The Marriage of Figaro
The IPFW Opera Ensemble will perform scenes from Mozart’s comic opera The Marriage of Figaro. In an updated Downton Abbey-style setting, Figaro (the famous barber of Seville) is employed by Count Almaviva and engaged to Susanna, the Count’s intended conquest. Intrigue, revenge, adolescent love, and comedic chaos combine to guarantee an evening of operatic enjoyment.
    
Friday, November 21        7:30 p.m.

     Saturday, November 22   7:30 p.m.
     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Brass Quintet Recital
Fort Wayne Philharmonic Mentor Alan Severs presents his student brass quintet comprised of two trumpets, tuba, trombone, and horn.
     Sunday, November 23     5:00 p.m.
     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Clarinet Studio and Ensemble Recital
Fort Wayne Philharmonic Mentor Cynthia Greider presents student performances from her clarinet studio, including a performance by the 12-member clarinet ensemble. Music of Bernstein, Mozart, Tartini, Vaughan Williams, Weber and others will be performed.
     Sunday, November 23     7:30 p.m.
     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Percussion Ensemble Recital
This concert will feature three IPFW premiere pieces including Tin Play by Per Andreasson, selected piano works of Serge Prokofiev arranged for mallet ensemble by Thomas Aanonlie, and Rancho Jubilee for Cajon Trio by Andrew Beall. More of the pieces rounding out the concert are the easy rhythmic feel and great harmonies of Marimba Quartet by Daniel Levitan, and Log Cabin Blues by George Hamilton Green, a classic ragtime era xylophone solo with a marimba quartet accompaniment.
     Monday, November 24     7:30 p.m.

     Auer Performance Hall

Saxophone Quartet Recital
The concert will feature the saxophone quartet and saxophone choir.
     Tuesday, November 25     7:30 p.m.
     Farrell Vernon, director
     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Trumpet and Horn Studio Showcase
Fort Wayne Philharmonic Mentors Alan Severs and Michael Lewellen present performances featuring students from their respective studios.
     Monday, December 1      7:30 p.m.

     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Flute Studio Showcase
Students from the flute studio of associate faculty member Vivianne Belanger perform works for both solo flute and flute ensemble. 
     Tuesday, December 2     7:30 p.m.

     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Guitar Studio Showcase
Guitar students from the studios of Laura Lydy and Robert Ferguson will perform solo works from a vast classical guitar repertoire.
     Wednesday, December 3     7:30 p.m.

     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Wind Ensembles Concert
The concert will celebrate IPFW Symphonic Wind Ensemble’s 1977 tour of Mexico with a performance of H. Owen Reed’s most famous work for band, La Fiesta Mexicana, along with a multi-sensory rendition of Carlos Chávez’s Xochipilli (An Imagined Aztec Music). Other works include those by Gustav Holst, John Mackey, and Joseph Schwantner’s haunting masterpiece From A Dark Millennium.
     Thursday, December 4     7:30 p.m.

     Daniel Tembras, conductor
     Auer Performance Hall

Holiday Jazz Swing Concert
Come swing into the holidays with music from the big band era. IPFW jazz alumni Matt Cashdollar, saxophone, and Brandon Ford, drums, have been invited to participate in honor of IPFW’s 50th Celebration during this concert featuring holiday jazz compositions and arrangements, both old and new.
     Friday, December 5         7:30 p.m.

     Farrell Vernon, conductor
     Auer Performance Hall

Holiday Concert
The weekends are packed during the holidays, so plan to join us on Monday, December 8 with your entire family to sit back, relax and enjoy the sounds of the season with the IPFW Department of Music. The Community Orchestra, Choral Ensembles and other department chamber ensembles celebrate during this annual end-of-semester concert with popular holiday favorites including Sleigh Ride by Leroy Anderson and an audience sing-along.
     Monday, December 8         7:30 p.m.
     David Cooke and Kristofer Sanchack, conductors
     No complimentary passes will be exchanged for this performance.
     Auer Performance Hall

Composition Studio Showcase
New music is featured from student composers in the studios of Continuing Lecturer Ken Johnson and Clinical Assistant Professor Chris Rutkowski.
     Wednesday, December 10     7:30 p.m.

     Rhinehart Recital Hall

Honor Jazz Band Concert
Come hear the best young high school jazz talent in northeast Indiana directed by Dr. Farrell Vernon during the concluding concert of the IPFW Honor Jazz Weekend.
     Saturday, December 13    2:00 p.m.

     Rhinehart Recital Hall
     Admission is free for everyone. A free will donation will support the Jazz Honor Band program.

 

All concerts are in the Rhinehart Music Center unless otherwise noted.

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  • Summer Box Office Hours: Monday–Friday 11-4 p.m.
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    • Admission for IPFW students with ID is free
    • $7.00 Adults
    • $6.00 Seniors (60 and older)
    • $4.00 All other students
    • Children ages 10 and younger are free

we invite you to…

Underwrite a Concert or Recital!

The IPFW Department of Music is pleased to present a broad array of concerts and recitals featuring superb faculty artists, exceptional guest artists, as well as our outstanding resident vocal and instrumental ensembles.  We are always delighted to have you with us for our performances!

Private contributions play an important role in our mission to provide inspiring and entertaining musical events for the campus community, Fort Wayne, Northeast Indiana and for audiences outside our region.  

If you would like to contribute to this effort, we invite you to consider underwriting a Department of Music concert or recital.

Your tax deductible gift of $250.00 or more allows you to choose the performance you wish to support. Underwriters will be acknowledged in the printed concert program and will receive two (2) Complimentary Tickets for each concert or recital for the remainder of the performance season.

If you would like to underwrite a Department of Music performance, please contact Dr. Barbara Resch, Chair of the Department of Music, at 260-481-6726 or e-mail Dr. Resch at resch@ipfw.edu

 We hope you enjoy this year’s performances and look forward to having you with us often!