The Music Department invites you to two free performances on November 18 and November 20.
A Twist of Telemann: Friday, November 18 at 7pm, Old Main Chapel
Join us for an evening of Telemann, Debussy and Bloch performed by guest artist Katie Lansdale accompanied by Shippensburg faculty Margaret Lucia on piano. Lansdale will also perform a new piece by Chickasaw composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, Raccoon Talk.
This event is free and open to the public. Parking is available to the side of 1871 Old Main Drive, across the street at the Milton and Doreen Morgan Engineering Laboratory building, or behind Gilbert Hall (to access rear parking lot, drive past the fountain then take a right onto Gilbert Drive.) The chapel is on the second floor of Old Main.
Mozart Requiem: Sunday, November 20 at 3pm, Luhrs Performing Arts Center
The Shippensburg University Community Orchestra and Concert Choir come together to present one of the greatest masterpieces of the classical era, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Requiem. The program will also include a performance of the popular and lively Carmen Concert Fantasy, Op.25 by Pablo de Sarasate. The Carmen Concert Fantasy is a virtuosic setting of music from Bizet’s opera, Carmen, arranged for full orchestra and solo violin, featuring guest artist Katie Lansdale.
Mozart’s Requiem compels with its rich palette of musical flavors, from the plaintive “Lacrimosa” to the forceful “Dies Irae” – a musical treat for the Shippensburg community! The concert will be conducted by Dr. Mark Hartman. Featured soloists include Elizabeth Shoenfelt, soprano, Leah Kaye Serr, contralto, Christyan Seay, tenor, and James Martin, bass. Admission to the concert is free of charge.