FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 10, 2003
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—The Goliard Ensemble, featuring some of
New York's most talented musicians, will perform in two concerts
at Birmingham-Southern College on Tuesday, Oct. 14.
The performances will be held at 11 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. in the Hill Music Building/Recital Hall as part
of the group's 11th
Annual Southeastern Music Festival Tour.
The 11 a.m. concert, sponsored by BSC's
Fine Arts Society, will include works by Telemann, Mendelssohn,
and Bernstein. The
7:30 p.m. concert, sponsored by the Birmingham Art Music Alliance,
will feature works by members of the alliance, including BSC assistant
professor of music Dr. Dorothy Hindman.
BSC professor of music Dr.
Charles Mason's new composition
A Completed Portrait of Picasso, written from the setting of
a Gertrude Stein poem and recently premiered in New York, will
be included in both concerts. Mason is the 2003-04 composer-in-residence
for this season's Goliard Ensemble performances, which
feature the violin, cello, piano, bassoon, and tenor. The Goliard
Ensemble, established in 1983, tours throughout the Southeastern
U.S. each year to present concerts, master classes, and workshops
to colleges and universities, art centers, and schools.
General tickets to the evening concert are $6 and both performances
are open to the public
For more information about the morning event, contact Hindman
at 226-4964; for details on the evening performance, contact Chloe
Collins of the Birmingham Music Cooperative at 252-7548.