president of CMENC, (308)-520-1438
As part of the annual University of Nebraska Department of Music & Performing Arts Open House, several students have been selected to showcase their talent.
The recital, which is free and open to the public, will take place in the Fine Arts Arts Building Recital Room Saturday, Feb. 25, from 1:45 – 2:45 p.m.
Students performing include:
Chiyo Palacios-Kamada of Japan, flute, will play Haru no Umi (Spring
Sea) by Miyagi Michio and Flute Concerto in G by Mozart.
Chiyo will be accompanied on the piano by Yuko Kogata, also
from Japan . Chiyo is a graduate student double-majoring in
music education and pre-music therapy
Sarah Graddy of Omaha will be playing two pieces on saxophone:
Etudes pour Saxophone Alto et Piano I by Charles Koechlin
and Etude No. 3 by W. Ferling. Sarah is a senior music education
Ashley Hellerich of Kearney , a mezzo-soprano, will sing Andrew Lloyd
Weber’s Somewhere from the musical West Side Story. She will
be accompanied by Chiyo Palacios-Kamada on piano. Ashley
is a junior double majoring in music education and pre-music
Emily Brady of Wayne will play Concertino by Carl Maria von Weber
on clarinet. She will be accompanied by Shawn Pfanstiel of McCook
on piano. Emily is a junior music education major.
Megan Brestel of Holdrege will play Andante and Allegro by George P.
Telemann on tuba. The piece was arranged for tuba by W. B.
Chidester. She will be accompanied by Hikari Maekawa on piano.
Megan is a sophomore music education major.
Amanda Morse of Omaha, a mezzo-soprano, will sing Vedrai Carino,
an aria from the opera Don Giovanni by Mozart. Amanda is
a sophomore minoring in music. Chiyo Palacios-Kamada will
accompany her on piano.
Tina Lund of Kearney will be playing Unaccompanied Suite No.
1, Prelude in G Major by Johann Sebastian Bach on cello. Tina
is pursuing a degree in music performance.
Mackenzie Cochran of Grand Island will play a self-composed piece
for snare drum titled, What Was I Smokin’? She is a music