COMPOSITION IN AFRICA AND THE DIASPORA

An International Music Festival.  Cambridge, England, 1-4 August, 2003

 Friday 1 August 2003 

From Folk Song to Art Song:  Modern Idioms of Vocal Music
Recital Room, Churchill  College, Cambridge

1.         2.45 - 3.45 pm............ Brandon Richardson (baritone), Wallace Cheatham (piano).
2.         4.00 - 5.00 pm............ Sebronette Barnes (soprano), Mark Ray (piano).

Towards an African Pianism
Recital Room, Churchill  College, Cambridge

3.         5.15 - 6.15 pm............ Glen Inanga (piano).

Choral Concert
St. Johnís College Chapel, Cambridge

4.         8.00 - 9.30 pm............ Jonathan Paxman (director).


Saturday 2 August 2003

 All concerts take place in the Wolfson Hall Auditorium, Churchill College, Cambridge.

Flute and Piano Recital

5.         12.00 - 1.00 pm.......... Laura Falzon (flute), Mark Ray (piano).

Towards an African Pianism

6.         1.10 - 2.10 pm............ Mark Boozer (piano).
7.         2.20 - 3.20 pm............ Jill Richards (piano).
8.         3.30 - 4.30 pm............ Darryl Hollister (piano).

From Folk Song to Art Song:  Modern Idioms of Vocal Music

9.         4.40 - 5.10 pm............ Joyce Adewumi (soprano), Wallace Cheatham (piano).

Africa Meets Asia:  Recital of Music for the Korean Kayagum

10.       6.00 - 6.30 pm............ Hee-Sun Kim (kayagum).

Jazz Concert

11.       8.00 - 9.30 pm............ Nathan Davis (saxophone), Tina May (voice), with instrumental trio of bass drums and piano.


Sunday 3 August 2003

 All concerts take place in the Wolfson Hall Auditorium, Churchill College, Cambridge.

Africa Meets Asia:  Music for Soprano, Korean Kayagum, African Drums, and Western Instruments

12.       12.00 - 12.30 pm........ Dawn Padmore (soprano), Hee-Sun Kim (kayagum), Laura Falzon (flute), Darryl Hollister (piano), Rabiu Ayandokun (Yoruba drums), Tolani Adagunodo (Yoruba dance).

Music for Various Media

13.       12.40 - 1.40 pm.......... Lorna Young-Wright (piano), JoAnne Stephenson (soprano).
14.       1.50 - 2.20 pm............ Ian Mitchell (clarinets), Simon Allen (percussion), Timothy Jones (piano).
15.       2.30 - 3.30 pm............ Lettie Beckon Alston (piano), Charsie Sawyer (soprano).

Traditional and Modern Music for the Kora

16.       3.40 - 4.40 pm............ Tunde Jegede (kora), Maya Jobarteh (kora).

Towards an African Pianism

17.       4.50 - 5.50 pm............ William Chapman-Nyaho (piano).
18.       6.00 - 7.00 pm............ Maxine Franklin (piano).

Africa Meets Asia:  Jazz Concert

19.       8.00 - 9.30 pm........... John Mayer and the Indo-Jazz Fusions.

 

Monday 4 August 2003

 All concerts take place in the Recital Room, Churchill College, Cambridge.

From Folk Song to Art Song:  Modern Idioms of Vocal Music

20.       3.00 - 4.00 pm............ Faye Cheatham (soprano), Wallace Cheatham (piano).
21.       4.15 - 5.15 pm............ Dawn Padmore (soprano), Darryl Hollister (piano).
22.       5.30 - 6.30 pm............ Jewel Bleckinger (mezzo soprano), Wallace Cheatham (piano).
23.       6.45 - 7.45 pm............ JoAnne Stephenson (soprano), Lorna Young-Wright (piano).

The concerts are numbered consecutively. Tickets for concerts 9, 10, 12 and 14 cost 5 pounds (3 pounds) each; all others cost 8 pounds (5 pounds) each. A fee of 50 pounds admits you to all events (including symposium sessions not shown in this flyer); for more details, contact the organizer:

Professor Akin Euba,
e-mail: oae21@cam.ac.uk
Phone: 01223-336188
Fax: 01223-336180

 Concert tickets may be obtained in advance from:
Cambridge Arts Box Office,
6 St. Edward's Passage,
Cambridge CB2 3PJ, England.
Phone:   01223-503333
Fax:     01223-579004
Minicom: 01223-579003

 

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