Notes From The Aisle Seat

Tom Loughlin

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Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.20 - The "Peak Sunshine" Edition
4d ago
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.20 - The "Peak Sunshine" Edition
Welcome to Season 03 Episode 20 - the "Peak Sunshine" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, the podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia. Guests on this episode include: Capt. Curran Schenck, Associate Bandmaster, US Army Soldier's Chorus; Mr. Michael Mcentarfer of The Wretched Group, discussing A Hard Day's Night; and Ms. Tina Rausa, President of the Board of the Lakeshore Center for the Arts on the 2024 Juicebox Organic One-Act Play Festival. Notes from the Aisle Seat is available from most of your favorite podcast sites, as well as on the Opera House YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this podcast, please spread the word through your social media feeds, give us a link on your website, and consider becoming a follower by clicking the "Follow" button in the upper right-hand corner of our home page. If you have an arts event you'd like to publicize, hit us up at operahouse@fredopera.org and let us know what you have! Please give us at least one month's notice to facilitate timely scheduling. Thanks for listening! Time Stamps Capt. Curran Schenck/US Army Soldier's Chorus  02:58Michael Mcentarfer/A Hard Day's Night   17:48Arts Calendar   36:15Ms. Tina Rausa/Juicebox Organic One-Act Play Festival  38:40 Media "Summertime", DJ Dazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince, official music video from the album Greatest Hits, March 2011"The Star Spangled Banner", composed by Francis Scott Key (1814), performed by the US Army Field Band Soldiers Chorus, April 2016"A Hard Day's Night", John Lennon and Paul McCartney, composers, from the album A Hard Day's Night, July, 1964, Parlophone Records; performed by Blues Beatles, March 2017"Summertime," from the musical Porgy and Bess, composed by George Gershwin, lyrics by DuBose Heyward and Ira Gershwin, September 1935; performed by Louis Armstrong (trumpet) and Ella Fitzgerald, 1957."Can't Help Falling in Love With You," Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, George David Weiss, composers; performed by Elvis Presley, from the movie Blue Hawaii, November 1961, RCA Victor Records"See You In September," written by Sid Wayne and Sherman Edwards, originally recorded by The Tempos, Climax Records 1959; performed by Julie Budd, January 2011 Artist Links Capt. Curran SchenckMr. Michael Mcentarfer/The Wretched GroupMs. Tina Rausa Nickel City Opera Company - The Falling and the Rising Lakeshore Center for the Arts Juicebox Organic One-Act Festival Tickets Main Street Studios BECOME AN OPERA HOUSE MEMBER!
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.19 - The "Bach and Beyond 2024 Part 2" Edition
Jun 12 2024
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.19 - The "Bach and Beyond 2024 Part 2" Edition
Welcome to Season 03 Episode 19 - the "Bach and Beyond 2024 Part 2" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, the podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia. Guests on this episode include: Mr. Paul Preston from The Movie Guys, Mr. Alexander Pegis, the 2024 B&B Emerging Young Artist, and Ms. Cheryl Bishkoff, founding oboist of the B&B Festival. Notes from the Aisle Seat is available from most of your favorite podcast sites, as well as on the Opera House YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this podcast, please spread the word through your social media feeds, give us a link on your website, and consider becoming a follower by clicking the "Follow" button in the upper right-hand corner of our home page. If you have an arts event you'd like to publicize, hit us up at operahouse@fredopera.org and let us know what you have! Please give us at least one month's notice to facilitate timely scheduling. Thanks for listening! Time Stamps Paul Preston/Amadeus and Chevalier  02:27Alexander Pegis  22:33Arts Calendar  41:35Cheryl Bishkoff 43:07 Media excerpt from Amadeus; Milos Foreman, director, F. Murray Abraham as Salieri, Orion Pictures 1984Sinfonia in D Major, "La Veneziana": I. Allegro assai, A. Salieri, composer; performed by Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, YoungHo Choi, conductor, January 2013Cello Concerto in B minor RV 424; A. Vivaldi, composer; performed by the Berlin Baroque Soloists, Georg Faust, cello, January 2015Sonata #3 for Two Violins; Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, composer; Nathan Cole and Akiko Tarumotu, violins, Nov. 2022 Symphony # 45 in F-sharp minor (Farewell): IV. Finale, Franz Josef Haydn, composer; performed by the New Century Chamber Orchestra, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, May 2013 Artist Links The Movie Guys Paul Preston Alexander PegisCheryl Bishkoff   BECOME AN OPERA HOUSE MEMBER!
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.18 - The "Bach and Beyond 2024 Part 1" Edition
May 29 2024
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.18 - The "Bach and Beyond 2024 Part 1" Edition
Welcome to Season 03 Episode 18 - the "Bach and Beyond 2024 Part 1" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, the podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia. Guests on this episode include: Mr. Ben Sheedy from Main Street Studios in Fredonia, and Dr. Byron Adams and Maestro Grant Cooper discussing the upcoming Bach and Beyond Festival.  Notes from the Aisle Seat is available from most of your favorite podcast sites, as well as on the Opera House YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this podcast, please spread the word through your social media feeds, give us a link on your website, and consider becoming a follower by clicking the "Follow" button in the upper right-hand corner of our home page. If you have an arts event you'd like to publicize, hit us up at operahouse@fredopera.org and let us know what you have! Please give us at least one month's notice to facilitate timely scheduling. Thanks for listening! Time Stamps Ben Sheedy/Main Street Studios  02:22Grant Cooper and Byron Adams/ Bach and Beyond Festival Part 1 21:41Grant Cooper and Byron Adams/ Bach and Beyond Festival Part 2 38:53 Media Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor BWV 1041, J.S. Bach, composer. performed by Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen. Conductor: Omer Meir Wellber; Violin : Hilary Hahn, April 2020"Life is a Cabaret," from the 1972 movie adaptation of the musical Cabaret; music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, book by Joe Masteroff. Performed by Liza Minnelli, ABC Pictures Corp., 1972Serenade for Nine Instruments: I. Allegro amabile, Byron Adams, composer (2011); performed by the Sinfonietta of Riverdale, Mark Mandarano, conductor; Albany Records 2016Illuminations: 2. La tristesse amoureuse de la nuit, Byron Adams, composer (2008); Gary Barnett, piano; EKmusic 2022Symphony # 45 in F-sharp minor (Farewell): IV. Finale, Franz Josef Haydn, composer; performed by the New Century Chamber Orchestra, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, May 2013 Artist Links Ben Sheedy Main Street StudiosTicket Website Byron AdamsGrant Cooper BECOME AN OPERA HOUSE MEMBER!
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.17 - The "Flower Moon" Edition
May 15 2024
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.17 - The "Flower Moon" Edition
Welcome to Season 03 Episode 17 - the "Flower Moon" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, the podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia. Guests on this episode include: Ms. Kelly Hayes McAlonie on Louise Blanchard Bethune; Mr. Jefferson Westwood on the Commencement Eve Pops Concert; and Ms. Jennifer Davis on the production of A.R. Guerney's Ancestral Voices at Lakeshore Center for the Arts in Westfield. Notes from the Aisle Seat is available from most of your favorite podcast sites, including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, and Amazon Prime Music, as well as on the Opera House YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this podcast, please spread the word through your social media feeds, give us a link on your website, and consider becoming a follower by clicking the "Follow" button in the upper right-hand corner of our home page. If you have an arts event you'd like to publicize, hit us up at operahouse@fredopera.org and let us know what you have! Please give us at least one month's notice to facilitate timely scheduling. Thanks for listening! Time Stamps Kelly Hayes McAlonie/Louise Bethune  02:28Jefferson Westwood/Commencement Eve Pops  20:50Arts Calendar  36:57Jennifer Davis/Ancient Voices 38:50 Media excerpts from Symphony #6 Opus 68 "Pastorale", Ludwig von Beethoven, composer; performed by Frankfurt Symphony Radio Orchestra, October 2021"So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright", Paul Simon, composer, from the album Bridge Over Troubled Water, January 1970, Columbia Records"Route 66", Bobby Troup, composer (1946); performed by The Manhattan Transfer, August 2016. Artist Links Kelly Hayes McAlonieJefferson WestwoodJennifer Davis North Shore Arts Alliance Art Trail Information May 25-26 10AM-5PM   BECOME AN OPERA HOUSE MEMBER!
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.16 - The "May Day" Edition
May 1 2024
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.16 - The "May Day" Edition
Welcome to Season 03 Episode 16 - the "May Day" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, the podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia. Guests on this episode include: Mr. Ray Bonilla on John Singer Sargent; Dr. Robert Strauss on Live at the Met's Madama Butterfly; Sparky and Rhonda Rucker. Notes from the Aisle Seat is available from most of your favorite podcast sites, including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, and Amazon Prime Music, as well as on the Opera House YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this podcast, please spread the word through your social media feeds, give us a link on your website, and consider becoming a follower by clicking the "Follow" button in the upper right-hand corner of our home page. If you have an arts event you'd like to publicize, hit us up at operahouse@fredopera.org and let us know what you have! Please give us at least one month's notice to facilitate timely scheduling. Thanks for listening! Time Stamps Ray Bonilla/John Singer Sargent  01:43Dr. Robert Strauss/Madama Butterfly  19:30Arts Calendar 36:10Sparky and Rhonda Rucker 40:34 Media "Faery Song", written and performed by Lisa Thiel, from the album Invocation of the Graces, 2010"Un bel di", from the opera Madama Butterfly; music by Giacomo Puccini, libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa; performed by Asmik Grigorian, soprano, from the May 2024 Metropolitan Opera production, Xian Zhang, conductorLa finta giardiniera, K. 196: Ouverture. Allegro molto; W.A.Mozart, composer, Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta, conductor"Stranger Blues", from the album Treasures and Tears, performed by Sparky and Rhonda Rucker, Rounder Records 1990"Beltane", from the album The Claws of Dawn, performed by An Danzza, 2018 Artist Links Mr. Ray BonillaDr. Robert StraussSparky and Rhonda Rucker   BECOME AN OPERA HOUSE MEMBER!
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.15 - The "Snowmower" Edition
Apr 17 2024
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.15 - The "Snowmower" Edition
Welcome to Season 03 Episode 15 - the "Snowmower" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, the podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia. Guests on this episode include: Dr. Robert Strauss on Live at the Met's La Rondine; Prof. Dan Lendzian on SUNY Fredonia's Department of Theatre and Dance productions of The Crucible and Abigail/1702; and Dr. Eliran Avni and Mr. Rick Davis on the Young Artist Recital Series. Notes from the Aisle Seat is available from most of your favorite podcast sites, including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, and Amazon Prime Music, as well as on the Opera House YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this podcast, please spread the word through your social media feeds, give us a link on your website, and consider becoming a follower by clicking the "Follow" button in the upper right-hand corner of our home page. If you have an arts event you'd like to publicize, hit us up at operahouse@fredopera.org and let us know what you have! Please give us at least one month's notice to facilitate timely scheduling. Thanks for listening! Time Stamps Dr Robert Strauss/Live at the Met La Rondine  02:23Prof. Dan Lendzian/The Crucible/Abigail 1702  17:26Arts Calendar  34:12Dr. Eliran Avni & Mr. Rick Davis/Young Artist Recitals  37:50 Media I'll Remember April", music by Gene DePaul, lyrics by Patricia Johnston and Don Raye, 1941. Performed by Julie London, from her album Calendar Girl, 1956, Liberty Records"Chi il bel sogno di Doretta”, from the opera La Rondine, composed by Giacomo Puccini, libretto by Giuseppe Adami; performed by Angel Blue from the Metropolitan Opera production, March 2024excerpt from Act I Scene I of the National Theatre (London) production of The Crucible; Lyndsey Turner, director; December 2022.Summerland, William Grant Still, composer (1935); performed by the SIngapore Wind Symphony, August 2017Sonata for Cello and Piano, I. Allegro maestoso; Henriëtte Bosman, composer (1919); performed by the Ekstasis Duo; Eliran Avni, piano, Natasha Farney, cello; September 2022."I'll Remember April", music by Gene DePaul, lyrics by Patricia Johnston and Don Raye, 1941. Performed by Charlie Parker, saxophone, from the album Charlie Parker with Strings, July 1950, Verve label Artist Links Dr. Robert StraussProf. Dan LendzianDr. Eliran Avni Ekstasis Duo Link to SUNY Fredonia School of Music Event Calendar   BECOME AN OPERA HOUSE MEMBER!
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.14 - The "Total Eclipse" Edition
Apr 3 2024
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.14 - The "Total Eclipse" Edition
Welcome to Season 03 Episode 14 - the "Total Eclipse" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, the podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia. Guests on this episode include: Ms. Christine Wilson, Park Manager of Midway State Park; Mr. Dan English of Downbeat Percussion; and Mr. Mchael Fath of Smallwood and Fath. Notes from the Aisle Seat is available from most of your favorite podcast sites, including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, and Amazon Prime Music, as well as on the Opera House YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this podcast, please spread the word through your social media feeds, give us a link on your website, and consider becoming a follower by clicking the "Follow" button in the upper right-hand corner of our home page. If you have an arts event you'd like to publicize, hit us up at operahouse@fredopera.org and let us know what you have! Please give us at least one month's notice to facilitate timely scheduling. Thanks for listening! Time Stamps Christine Wilson/Midway Park -  03:06Dan English/Downbeat Percussion -  18:35Arts Calendar - 36:29Michael Fath/Smallwood and Fath -  40:37 Media "Total Eclipse of the Heart", from the album Faster Than the Speed of Night, performed by Bonnie Tyler, written by Jim Steinman, April 8, 1983, Columbia Records"Organ Grinder's Serenade," from the album Good Old USA Carousel Music Vol. 2, arranged by Tom Meijer, Feb. 15, 2010, Chris Carlisle Music Companyfrom the Downbeat Percussion promotional video, May 11, 2016, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6KBrp5TY1M"Peaches en Regalia", from the album Flick of the Wrist, performed by Michael Fath, guitar; written by Frank Zappa, July 28, 1969, Rykodisc"Harder Going Down", written and performed by Smallwood and Fath, Feb.9, 2024, Michael Fath Music"Terraria Music - Eclipse", from the video game Terraria, written by Scott Lloyd Shelly, May 3, 2016 Artist Links Midway State Park/Christine WilsonDownbeat PercussionMichael Fath Smallwood and Fath BECOME AN OPERA HOUSE MEMBER!
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.13 - The "Ostara" Edition
Mar 20 2024
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.13 - The "Ostara" Edition
Welcome to Season 03 Episode 13 - the "Ostara" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, the podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia. Guests on this episode include: Mr. Donald Marrazzo, voice faculty member at the SUNY Fredonia School of Music; Ms. Laylah Ali, visual artist and professor of art at William College; and Mr. Rick Davis, Executive Director, 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Notes from the Aisle Seat is available from most of your favorite podcast sites, including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, and Amazon Prime Music, as well as on the Opera House YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this podcast, please spread the word through your social media feeds, give us a link on your website, and consider becoming a follower by clicking the "Follow" button in the upper right-hand corner of our home page. If you have an arts event you'd like to publicize, hit us up at operahouse@fredopera.org and let us know what you have! Please give us at least one month's notice to facilitate timely scheduling. Thanks for listening! Time Stamps Don Marrazzo/Live at the Met  02:06Laylah Ali/Is Anything The Matter?  22:18Arts Calendar 42:58Rick Davis/Bach and Beyond  47:40 Media "Swingtime in Springtime," composed and performed by Django Reinhardt, 1947, from a collection entitled Django Reinhardt: Best of the Radio Sessions, Cleopatra Records, 2009."Ah! Je veux vivre", from the opera Roméo et Juliette; Charles Gounod, composer; Jules Barbier and Michal Carré, libretto, 1867; performed by Nadine Sierra, soprano, from the 2024 Metropolitan produuction"Some Other Spring," Arthur Herzog Jr. and Irene Kitchings, composers, performed by Ben Webster, saxophone; from a 1971 recording produced by Tim der Bals.Four Seasons: Spring: Antonio Vivaldi, composer (1718-20); performed by Voices of Music, Feb. 8, 2020"Voices of Spring" Opus 410, Johann Strauss II, composer, 1882. Artist Links Donald Marrazzo Metropolitan Opera House Laylah AliRick Davis BECOME AN OPERA HOUSE MEMBER!
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.12 - The "Spring Ahead" Edition
Mar 6 2024
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.12 - The "Spring Ahead" Edition
Welcome to Season 03 Episode 12 - the "Spring Ahead" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, the podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia. Guests on this episode include: Dr. Robert Strauss, voice faculty member at the SUNY Fredonia School of Music; Ms. Diane Andrasik, City Historian for the city of Dunkirk; and comedian Tammy Pescatelli. Notes from the Aisle Seat is available from most of your favorite podcast sites, including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, and Amazon Prime Music, as well as on the Opera House YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this podcast, please spread the word through your social media feeds, give us a link on your website, and consider becoming a follower by clicking the "Follow" button in the upper right-hand corner of our home page. If you have an arts event you'd like to publicize, hit us up at operahouse@fredopera.org and let us know what you have! Please give us at least one month's notice to facilitate timely scheduling. Thanks for listening! Time Stamps Dr. Robert Strauss/Live at the Met  01:38Ms. DIane Andrasik/Chautauqua County Lecture Series  21:19Arts Calendar 40:36Tammy Pescatelli  43:20 Media Songs without Words, Book 5, No. 6 "Spring Song" MWV U 161, Felix Mendelssohn, composer, 1841La Forza del Destino: “Son giunta! Grazie, o Dio! … Madre, madre pietosa Vergine”, Giuseppe Verdi, composer; performed at the Metropolitan Opera House March 2024 by Lise Davidsen, soprano; Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductorHej, sokoly; Polish folk song attributed to composer Maciej Kamieński (1734-1825)Tarantella Napoletana; traditional Italian tarantella, author unknownRan Kan Kan; Tito Puente, composer, performed by Tito Puente and his orchestra, 1948Spring Charm, composed and performed by Adrian von Ziegler, 2012excerpt from "More Funny Women of a Certain Age", Showtime Special, May 19, 2020"Traditional Medley", performed by Natalie McMaster, fiddle; Bela Fleck, banjo; from the album Yours Truly, October 10, 2006. Artist Links Dr. Robert StraussMs. Diane AndrasikTammy Pescatelli BECOME AN OPERA HOUSE MEMBER!
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.11 - The "Winter Winds"Edition
Feb 21 2024
Notes from the Aisle Seat Episode 3.11 - The "Winter Winds"Edition
Welcome to Season 03 Episode 11 - the "Winter Winds" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, the podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia. Guests on this episode include: Lucas Cochran, James Harrington and Ashley Zielizinski from Opera Scenes, produced by the SUNY Fredonia Student Opera Theatre Association; Cameron Bonanno, Delaney Gruber and Dylan Janish from Edges: A Song Cycle, produced by the Department of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia; and Drs. Vernon Huff and Stephen Gusukuma from Fredonia Choral Festival. Notes from the Aisle Seat is available from most of your favorite podcast sites, including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, and Amazon Prime Music, as well as on the Opera House YouTube Channel. If you enjoy this podcast, please spread the word through your social media feeds, give us a link on your website, and consider becoming a follower by clicking the "Follow" button in the upper right-hand corner of our home page. If you have an arts event you'd like to publicize, hit us up at operahouse@fredopera.org and let us know what you have! Please give us at least one month's notice to facilitate timely scheduling. Thanks for listening! Time Stamps Opera Scenes 02:48Edges  19:55Arts Calendar 40:48Drs. Vernon Huff and Stephen Gusukuma/Choral Festival  43:19 Media "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind (When Icicles Hang)"; John Rutter, composer; performed by The Chamber Singers, John Rutter, conductor; from the album Fancies, March 14, 2019"With Drooping Wings", from the opera Dido and Aeneas, H. Purcell, composer (July 1668), performed by Ricercar Consort & Collegium Vocale Gent, Philippe Pierlot, conductor; July 2010"Lying There" from the musical Edges: A Song Cycle; B. Pasik and J. Paul, composers; performed by Rachel Krah, Oct. 2019Etude Op. 25 No. 11 (Winter Wind); Frédérick Chopin, composer; performed by Tae-Seung Park, Nov. 2018At The Spring Dawn; Andrea Ramsey, composer; text by Angelina Weld Grimké; performed by Hal Leonard Choral, June 2023"Make Our Garden Grow," from the operetta Candide; Leonard Bernstein, composer, with book by Lillian Hellman and Hugh Wheeler; lyrics by Richard Wilbur et.al; performed by the NY Philharmonic Orchestra, featuring Aaron Tveit as Candide, Laura Osnes as Cunegonde, and the Westminster Festival Chorus; December 31, 2017 Artist Links Student Opera Theatre Association FacebookDepartment of Theatre and Dance SUNY FredoniaDr. Vernon Huff and Dr. Stephen Gusukuma BECOME AN OPERA HOUSE MEMBER!