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Student recital Nov. 16 features eight students
|Students performing in the Nov. 16 Student Recital are shown (l-r): Carolyn Doyle, Jared Register, Jamie Tucker, Steven Hopper, Brittney Black, Amanda Cann and Matthew Pittman. Not pictured: Douglas Pittman. (Photo provided)
By Kelley M. Arnold
Director of News and Public Information
MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College’s Division of Music hosted eight student performances during the Nov. 16 Student Recital held in the Gilder Recital Hall on the Mount Vernon campus. The Junior Recital of Jamie Sexton, clarinet, followed the general Student Recital. Sexton is studying for her bachelor of music in performance degree. She is a student in the studio of Dr. Armenio Suzano.
Students and their performances during the Student Recital included the following:
- Freshman Brittany Black, trombone, “9th Symphony” by Ludwig van Beethoven;
- Freshman Jamie Tucker, piano, “Invention 15” by Johann Sebastian Bach;
- Sophomore Steven Hopper, bass, “The Policeman’s Song” from “The Pirates of Penzance” by Arthur Sullivan;
- Freshman Carolyn Doyle, piano, “Song without Words” by Felix Mendelssohn;
- Freshman Amanda Cann, soprano, “Star-Eyes” by Wilhelm Stenhammer;
- Sophomore Matthew Pittman, alto sax, “Concert Valse” by Bruno Labate;
- Senior Jared Register, piano, “Prelude No. 2, Voiles” by Claude Debussy;
- Senior Douglas Pittman, tenor, “A Young Man’s Exhortation” by Gerald Finzi.
Sexton’s program included the following pieces:
- “Rondo” from Concerto for Clarinet K. 622 by W.A. Mozart;
- “Zart und mit Ausdruck”, “Ledhaft, leicht”, “Rasch und mit Feuer” from “Fantasiestucke, Opus 73” by Robert Schumann;
- “Arlequin (Piece caracteristique)” by Louis Cahuzac;
- “Allegretto”, “Lento”, “Molto Allegro” from “Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Opus 167” by C. Saint-Saens.
|Junior Jamie Sexton, clarinet, poses with her congratulatory roses following her Junior Recital performance in Gilder Recital Hall on the Mount Vernon campus. (Photo provided)