Concerts and Events

Spring 2014

General Recitals
All Majors and Minors must attend
DatePerformer - TypeTimeLocation
January 21General Recital4:30 PMDixon Ministry Center 152
February 4General Recital4:30 PMDixon Ministry Center 152
February 25General Recital4:30 PMDixon Ministry Center 152
March 18General Recital4:30 PMDixon Ministry Center 152
April 15General Recital4:30 PMDixon Ministry Center 152


Optional Events*
DatePerformer - TypeTimeLocation
January 22The Brian Cashwell Trio will perform a jazz lunch concert. Bach's Lunch is a series of lunch time concerts for the music lover. Bring a sack lunch (water only, please) to the Recital Hall and enjoy an informal concert while you dine. Hope you can join us for the fun! (Warning: Concerts may or may not contain the music of Bach.)12:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
January 23Anna Raquet will perform her junior harp and piano recital.7:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
January 28Carolyn Gorog and Elizabeth Poore will present their clarinet and piano (respectively) recital.7:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
February 1Alexandria Martella will perform her junior voice recital.7:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
February 2Zach Anderson will present a senior horn recital.5:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
February 17Professor Carlos Elias will perform a lunch concert. Bach's Lunch is a series of lunch time concerts for the music lover. Bring a sack lunch (water only, please) to the Recital Hall and enjoy an informal concert while you dine. Hope you can join us for the fun! (Warning: Concerts may or may not contain the music of Bach.)12:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
February 20Painter and Pianist Chuck Clevenger Presents Concert-Exhibit at Cedarville CEDARVILLE, OHIO –Watercolor artist Chuck Clevenger will present a free “concert-tableau,” or pictorial concert, at noon Feb. 22 in the Dixon Ministry Center Recital Hall. Clevenger, also a concert pianist and a senior professor of music, will perform five pieces of classical music that connect with five watercolor paintings created for the occasion. Clevenger has painted for more than fifty years but said this is the first time he has combined painting and music. For this concert, Clevenger selected pieces by Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Debussy and Villa-Lobos, then created paintings that express the stories and emotions of the music. “I’ve gone into the music and painted something that means the same thing,” Clevenger said. “They’re all sending the same set of tensions to the audience.” Outside the Recital Hall, 25 of Clevenger’s paintings will be displayed Feb. 20 – 28 in a free exhibit titled “Fleeting Visions.” Clevenger said watercolor paintings have a special ability to meld music and art because of their vague, impressionistic quality. The exhibit title is borrowed from Prokofiev, who connected “Fleeting Visions” with a set of piano music in the early 1900s. Clevenger will also hold “meet the artist” hours to discuss his paintings. Guests may meet Clevenger in the music and worship office at 11 a.m. Feb. 21 or 4 p.m. Feb. 27 for a 45-minute tour of the exhibit and a time to ask questions. Guests are invited to bring lunch to the concert, which is part of the department of music and worship’s Bach’s Lunch series. Water is the only liquid permitted in the Recital Hall. Guests may also purchase CDs, prints and cards of Clevenger’s work before and after the concert.
February 22Dr. Charles Clevenger will perform a lunch concert. Bach's Lunch is a series of lunch time concerts for the music lover. Bring a sack lunch (water only, please) to the Recital Hall and enjoy an informal concert while you dine. Hope you can join us for the fun! (Warning: Concerts may or may not contain the music of Bach.)12:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
February 23Alyssa Griffith will present her junior piano recital.7:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
March 13Guest Artist, Dr. Greg Partain, professor of music at Transylvania University, will present a piano recital.8:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
March 14Carillon Brass from the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra will perform a lunch concert. Bach's Lunch is a series of lunch time concerts for the music lover. Bring a sack lunch (water only, please) to the Recital Hall and enjoy an informal concert while you dine. Hope you can join us for the fun! (Warning: Concerts may or may not contain the music of Bach.)12:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
March 28Jeremy Witt will perform his senior voice recital.3:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
March 31The Inversions, Cedarville's a cappella sensation will perform a lunch concert. Bach's Lunch is a series of lunch time concerts for the music lover. Bring a sack lunch (water only, please) to the Recital Hall and enjoy an informal concert while you dine. Hope you can join us for the fun! (Warning: Concerts may or may not contain the music of Bach.)12:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 1Beth Porter will present a faculty vocal recital.7:00 PMDixon Ministry Center 152
April 2Chet Jenkins and the Cedarville Saxophone Studio will perform a lunch concert. Bach's Lunch is a series of lunch time concerts for the music lover. Bring a sack lunch (water only, please) to the Recital Hall and enjoy an informal concert while you dine. Hope you can join us for the fun! (Warning: Concerts may or may not contain the music of Bach.)12:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 3Our newest faculty member, will present a violin recital.7:00 PMDixon Ministry Center 152
April 6Julia Brummel and Kyle Darwin will present a sophomore saxophone recital.3:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 7The Piano Ensemble will perform their end of the year concert.4:30 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 10The Cedarville Opera Ensemble will present their spring concert.4:30 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 12Rachel Lowrance will perform her senior piano recital.2:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 12Brittney Miese will perform her junior voice recital and Robert Rhodes will perform his sophomore recital.5:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 12Aleska Barkoviak and Caleb Peterson will present a sophomore voice recital.7:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 13Rebekah Andrews will perform her senior piano recital.3:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 13Simon Yeh will present his junior saxophone recital.7:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 27Hope Strayer will perform her senior voice recital.3:00 PMDixon Ministry Center Recital Hall
April 28The composition students will present their end of the year recital.7:00 PMDixon Ministry Center 152

*Music majors need to attend all five of the general recitals plus 10 more to total 15 for the semester. Majors need a total of eight semesters of recital and program attendance to meet the requirements.

*Music Minors need to attend three of the general recitals plus four more to total seven for the semester. Minors need a total of two semesters of recital and program attendance to meet the requirements.

Please make sure you sign in and out so that we have a concrete record for your grade. Also, make sure you are registered at Academic Records.

You may also count off-campus classical recitals or concerts. Bring your ticket stubs or programs as verification of your attendance.