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Musical Performances Celebrated Memorial Library’s 50th Anniversary

Jongleur/Mills Music Library News, Vol. 11, No. 1, Fall 2004 [original] “A perfect way to celebrate.”— Ken Frazier, Director of Libraries The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Memorial Library was host to the premiere of five original musical compositions with a theme of libraries and librarians on Monday, Sept. 27 in the Petrovich Reading Room. This original music was commissioned by the Mills Music Library to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Memorial Library. The event featured new works by graduate students Pavel Polanco-Safadit, David Dies, Scott Gendel, Continue reading →

UW Symphony

The Madison Times, April 1, 2004 [original] As part of a concert featuring the winners of the annual student-concerto competition at the School of Music, the UW Symphony will perform a new work by Jerry Hui Sunday, April 4, 4 p.m. in Mills Hall of the Mosse Humanities Building, located at the corner of Park Street and University Avenue, 455 N. Park St. Hui, a Hong Kong native and a senior at UW-Madison, will graduate this spring with a bachelor’s degree in music composition and Continue reading →

Students win solos with symphony

UW Madison News, March 9, 2004 [original] Solos with the Symphony Orchestra have been awarded to four music students. In addition, the symphony will perform a piece by a composition student. Faculty judges selected Jeanette Jang, a sophomore violin performance major; Brenda Rae Klinkert, a senior voice major; Ilia Radoslavov, a Ph.D. candidate in piano performance; and Bernhard Scully, a master’s student in horn performance. Jang, co-concert mistress of the Chamber Orchestra, will perform Maurice Ravel’s “Tzigane.” Opera Props Award-winner Klinkert will present “Caro nome” Continue reading →