Upcoming Music Events at Bradley

April 7, 2019

 
Doug Stone Quartet
Monday | April 15
7:30 pm | Dingeldine Music Center
Saxophonist and Peoria native Doug Stone will bring his Jazz Quartet to perform at Bradley. Bradley’s Hilltop Combo, directed by Dr. Todd Kelly, will open the concert. Stone has worked with jazz trumpet legend - Maynard Ferguson, Ferguson’s band - the Big Bop Nouveau, the “world-jazz” group - Panoramic, and a number of Chicago ensembles. To learn more about Stone, click hereThis concert is free of charge. Please call 309.677.2597 for more information.

Student Voice Recital
Wednesday | April 17
7:30 p.m. | Dingeldine Music Center
Hannah Gudeman, a violin performance major at Bradley, will present a Senior Violin Recital. She will be accompanied by pianist, Meng-Chun Chien. The evening program will feature pieces by Prokofiev, Brahms, Halvorsen and Bach. Gudeman is a student of faculty member Marcia Henry Liebenow. This past fall, she studied abroad in Milan, Italy, performing in various venues throughout the city. Admission to this recital is free and open to the public. Please call 309.677.2602 for more information.
 
Flute Recital & Masterclass
Monday | April 22
Various Times | Dingeldine Music Center
Flutist Sami Junnonen will present a recital with pianist Tatiana Shustova at Bradley. The two will perform works by Jolivet, Prokofiev, Debussy, Kuhlau and Widor. The recital is free and open to the public. Additionally, Junnonen will conduct a free masterclass from 2 - 4 p.m. Junnonen's recording of the Mozart Flute Quartets won the 2018 Audience Award as Finnish Album of the Year. More information about Junnonen can be found at https://www.samijunnonen.com/. For any questions, please contact Dr. Kyle Dzapo at 309-677-2596 or by email at kdzapo@fsmail.bradley.edu.

Bradley Women's Choir
Thursday | April 25
7:30 p.m. | Dingeldine Music Center
The Bradley Women's Choir, under the direction of Dr. Kerry Walters, will present a concert that will feature contemporary choral works set to poetry by Sarah Teasdale, Emily Dickinson, William Shakespeare and Alfred Tennyson. The second portion of the program will include music from Gilbert & Sullivan’s operetta titled Princess Ida. The story provides insight into the prevailing sentiments regarding feminism, women’s education and Darwinian evolution. Music education senior Aria Cramer will sing the role of Princess Ida. Also featured will be Voce Femine, a small group made up of members from the large ensemble. Molly Sloter is the pianist for the choir. Admission is free for students and $5 for the general public. Tickets will be available at the door. For more information, please call 677-2601. The program will be live-streamed via the Department of Music website.