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C. Reid Alexander (School of Music, Piano Pedagogy Alexander, Reid & Albergo, Cathy. Piano Repertoire Guide: Intermediate and Advanced Literature (5th edition). Champaign, IL: Stipes Grants/Fellowships
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C. Reid Alexander (School of Music, Piano Pedagogy Alexander, Reid & Albergo, Cathy. Piano Repertoire Guide: Intermediate and Advanced Literature (5th edition). Champaign, IL: Stipes Grants/Fellowships Scholar's Travel Fund 2011 (approximately $1200) Selected concerts and master classes given throughout Seoul Korea and at US universities. Compositions I Ketut Asnawa (School of Music, Gamelan) Kebyar Dung, for Gamelan Semara Dana, Pulau Bali, for gamelan Semara Dana, 2012 Chakra Bhuwana, for gamelan Beleganjur, Padu Arsa, for gamelan Angklung, Galang Kangin, for gamelan Angklung, End Semester Concert, Fall 2011 for Kebayar Dung. End Semester Concert, Spring 2012 for Pulau Bali. End Semester Concert, Fall 2012 for Chakra Bhuwana. End Semester Concert, Spring 2012 for Padu Arsa and Galang Kangin. A week residency at Gettysburg College, PA: director, workshop and lecturer Balinese Music and Culture. September Adjudicator for Instrumental Ensemble for Singapore Youth Festival in Singapore. April 2012. Presented as panel discussion and performed Balinese Music in First Annual World Music and Dance Festival at University of Ohio, Atten OH. February Christina Bashford (School of Music, Musicology) Hidden Agendas and the Creation of Community: The Violin Press in the Late 19th Century , In Music and Performance Culture in Nineteenth-century Britain: Essays in Honour of Nicholas Temperley, ed. Bennett Zon (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp Grants/Fellowships Visiting Fellowship at the Institute for Research in Irish Historical and Cultural Traditions at the National University of Ireland (Maynooth) to further my sabbatical project Violin Culture in Britain and Beyond during my sabbatical. Spring Promotion to Association Professor with tenure, Philipp Blume (School of Music, Composition-Theory) Compositions Trois Nouvelles Etudes for 19-division trumpet and MalletKat Kennst Du das Land? for bass clarinet, violin, cello, and piano Evge, Klvgerella! for 4 trombones G. Frescobaldi, Cento Partite sopra Passacagli (transcription for brass quintet) Objets aussi faux que loriques for piano. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. January #3 from Trois Nouvelles Etudes. By duo Contour (Steve Altoft, trumpet; and Lee Ferguson, percussion). Tate Modern Gallery, London. April Kennst Du das Land? By Ensemble Dal Niente and Scott Voyles. Tryon Festival Theatre, Krannert Center. March 30, Evge, Klvgerella! By composers slide quartet. WDR Funkhaus, Wallraffplatz, Cologne, Germany. September Grants/Fellowships Travel Grant, Composer's Assistance Program, NewMusicUSA - for travel and lodging at premiere of Evge, Klvgerella! Zack Browning (School of Music, Composition-Theory) Compositions Mung Bean Mountain for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano (commissioned by the Lumiere Ensemble), 15 minutes Song Arirang for soprano and piano trio (commissioned by soprano Hein Jung), 17 minutes Head Swap for violin and interactive robotic painting machine by Benjamin Grosser, 15 minutes Mung Bean Mountain. The Lumiere Ensemble. Seoul Arts Center Recital Hall, Seoul, South Korea. October 27, Song Arirang. Hein Jung, soprano. Tryon Festival Theatre, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. September 28, Back Speed (acoustic version). UI New Music Ensemble, Zack Browning, conductor. Foellinger Great Hall, University of Illinois. April 26, Recordings Secret Pulse. original compositions Hakka Fusion, Secret Pulse, String Quartet, Flying Tones, and Moon Thrust. Innova Recordings # Dedication. Howler Back for saxophone quartet. Innova Recordings #800. Prism Saxophone Quartet Awards Selected for Illinois Arts Council Panel of Judges for 2012 Individual Artist Fellowships. Guest Composer at Community Music School, Webster University Grants/Fellowships Illinois Arts Council Artist Fellowship ($2500) UIUC Research Board A Collaborative Robotic Painting Machine that Enables Multidisciplinary Performance and Art Making (Co-Principal Investigator $18,105) ASCAP Standard Panel Award ($1250) Established the Seoul National University and University of Illinois Music Composition Faculty Exchange Program (begins 2012). Director of the Martirano Award (2012 is the 17th year. 3,162 compositions have been reviewed and 46 composers have been awarded over $25,000 from ). Invited Lectures in Ireland, Korea, and across the US. Donna A Buchanan (School of Music, Musicology) Review of Bulgarie: L'art de la gadulka/bulgaria: The Art of the Gadulka VDE- Gallo VDE CD In Ethnomusicology 56(2): Grants/Fellowships University of Illinois Scholar s Travel Award, 2011 University of Illinois Scholar s Travel Award, 2012 European Union Center Faculty Research/Course Development Grant, Book review editor, Ethnomusicology. Beyond Nation? A Thrice-Told Tale from Bulgaria's Postsocialist Soundstage, Ohio State University, invited conference, Beyond Mosque, Church, and State: Negotiating Religious and Ethno-National Identities in the Balkans, October Choreographic Encounters of an Ethnomusicological Kind: Sound, Movement, Spirituality, and Community where the Balkans and Caucasus Converge ; Society for Ethnomusicology annual meeting, Philadelphia, November Dancing and Duduki in the Bulgarian Armenian Diaspora: Choreographic Edges and Interiors, Musical Elisions and Interlocks, University of Chicago, invited conference on Music and Marginality in the Balkans: The Edginess of Edges, January Carol of The Bells : Bulgaria s Banner of Peace Monument as Catalyst for Postsocialist Nostalgia, Irony, and Debate. Memories and Wars, symposium hosted by the Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures, University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign, September Balkansky Beats and Mumming Bells in Bulgaria: Sonic Displays of Social Difference from Village Square to Video Screen. 57th Annual Meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology, New Orleans, November Presented on a panel that I organized and chaired. Panel title: Balkan Beats for a New Europe: Comparative Soundscapes of Social Difference. Integrative Soundscapes: Building EU Community through Bulgarian Mumming Festivals & Folkloric Practice. Brown Bag lecture jointly sponsored by the EUC and REEEC, University of Illinois, November Michael Cameron (School of Music, Double Bass) Scales and Exercises for Double Bass, 3rd ed. Bass Scores Editions Two cover articles for the Ravinia Summer Festival Programs. 10 CD reviews for Fanfare Magazine. 14 concert reviews for ChicagoClassicalReview.com. Morgan Powell. Flashback , for solo double bass. Yao Chen. Walking of a Tightrope , for solo double bass. Maurice Saylor. Symphony for Two Double Basses. Grants/Fellowships Research Board: The Sonata Project FAA Creative and Research Award: The Sonata Project, Phase Two Teofilo Tito Carrillo (School of Music, Jazz) Recordings Opening Statement. CD. November Awards Creative Research Award grant. University of Illinois. $15, Guest jazz artist/clinician at collegiate jazz festivals across the country. Ollie Watts Davis (School of Music, Voice) Awards Refuge premiere performance by the University of Illinois Black Chorus of Refuge for the 10th Anniversary 9/11 memorial concert, September 11, North Lifetime Achievement Award, Illinois Student Senate Teaching Excellence Award, National Association for the Study and Performance of African American Music National Award, John Dee (School of Music, Oboe) Legend of the Dragonfly & Echoe s. International Double Reed Society Conference, Skye Boat Song and Goldberg Variations. The University of Illinois Double Reed Quartet, International Double Reed Society Conference, Many performances and masterclasses were given across the US, including as principle oboe for the ensembles below: o Illinois Symphony Orchestra o Heartland Symphony Orchestra o Sinfonia da Camera Orchestra o Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra Ricardo Flores (School of Music, Percussion) Chamber ensemble version of Rudolf Haken s Concerto for Violin written for Stefan Milenkovich. Do Cha Festival, George Walker's Cello Concerto, Ensemble member with Sinfonia da Camera. Dmity Kouzov soloist. Recordings Music of William Schuman with Sinfonia da Camera, ensemble member. Music of George Walker with Sinfonia da Camera, ensemble member. Ernst, Concertino with Sinfonia da Camera, ensemble member. Ensemble member with Sinfonia da Camera - George Walker's Cello Concerto, Dmitry Kouzov soloist. Almost A Quintet, Cumin Seed and Peppercorns, percussionist. Awards Teachers Ranked as Excellent 2011, Grants/Fellowships Scholar's Travel Fund grant awarded for $750 - University of Arizona Steel Band Concert / Residency, November, 2011 Scholars Travel Fund grant for $750 - to perform as part of the PASIC All-Star Steel Band, directed Tony McCutchen, CJ Menge and Dave Gerhart. Conference: Percussive Arts Society International Convention. Ohio Day of Percussion, Wright State University, Dayton, OH. Clinician and featured soloist/ensemble member with Peter Erskine and Rusty Burge. April Percussive Arts Society International Convention, Indianapolis, IN. Performed as featured soloist with a Mass Steel Band which included the U of I Steel Band under my direction. November Illinois Music Educator's Conference, Peoria, IL. Presented clinic on Afro-Cuban Percussion techniques. January Featured guest artist, University of Arizona Steel Bands concert, Tucson, AZ. November Featured guest artist/soloist, Western Illinois University Steel Band concert, Macomb, IL. April Performer/faculty. Crossdrumming Festival, Kolbuswova, Poland. July Erin Gee (School of Music, Composition) The Notation and Use of the Voice in Non-semantic Contexts: Phonetic Organization in the Vocal Music of Dieter Schnebel, George Aperghis and Brian Ferneyhough in Vocal Music and Contemporary Identities. Ed. Christian Utz and Frederick Lau. Routledge Press, Compositions in the first place Mouthpiece XVI Mouthpiece XV Mouthpiece XV. Akademie Schloss Solitude, Daniel Gloger, Stuttgart, Germany. March Mouthpiece XVI. Ascolta Ensemble, Schloss Solitude, Guibal Saal, Stuttgart, Germany. June ...in the first place... Video installation with electroacoustic mixed media, in collaboration with actor/director/writer Colin Gee, Premiere at Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) Troy, New York Mouthpiece XV. Premiered by Daniel Gloger at Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart Recordings Yamaguchi Mouthpiece Part 3. The Believer Magazine, Music Issue with CD, Grants/Fellowships Civitella Ranieri Fellowship Honorable Mention Lydian String Quartet Competition Grants/Fellowships Lillie Gordon (School of Music) Graduate Research Mentorship Award Fellowship - University of California, Santa Barbara Excellence in Ethnomusicology Performance Award Everyone Plays Both : The Institutionalization of Arab Violin at Egypt s Higher Institute for Arab Music. Annual National Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology, New Orleans, LA. November Contributor/discussant at screening of Songs of the New Arab Revolutions (a documentary). Annual National Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology, New Orleans, LA. November 2012. Singing the Songs of the Egyptian Revolution. Music and Crisis, Graduate Conference, Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music, UCSB. Santa Barbara, CA. April Longing for Feeling: Egyptian Violinists Navigating Aesthetic Ruptures. UC Santa Barbara Global Studies Conference; Crisis. UCSB. Santa Barbara, CA. February In the Past There Was Tarab, Today There is Technique : Egyptians Violinists Between Market Forces and Nostalgia. Annual National Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology, Philadelphia, PA. November An Instrument of Modernity: Violin Players Negotiating the Colonial Encounter in Egypt. Southern California and Hawaii Chapter, Society for Ethnomusicology, Azusa, CA. February Lawrence Gray (School of Music) Continued to maintain a very active performing schedule in 2011 and Performed with touring, international artists and many of the performances were reviewed and helped to bring impact to the School of Music at UIUC. Julie Gunn (School of Music, Accompanying) Cowboys medley for orchestra and baritone, premiered Kimmel Center Music Director for four cabaret performances. Samueli Theater, Orange County Performing Arts Center, CA. March Café Carlyle, New York City: month long residency at legendary jazz vocals venue. March 2011. Nathan Gunn (School of Music, Voice) Question of Light. Jake Heggie. Dallas Opera. Songs of Eternity. Augusta Read Thomas. Carnegie Hall. Recordings DVD and Recording of Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. Jake Heggie's Question of Light song cycle and Voices of 9/11 Awards Productions Given the key to the city of San Francisco for contributions to the arts. Hired as the Director of the American Repertoire Council at Opera Philadelphia to steer the American Repertoire Program over the next 10 years. Three week residency at Cafe Carlyle, New York City. The Metropolitan Opera: Guglielmo in Cosi fan Tutte and the title role in Billy Budd. Teatro Reale, Madrid: Le Nozze di Figaro (Almaviva). Cincinnati Opera: Eugene Onegin (title role). Concert and master class with Interlochen youth orchestra. Sigulda Festival, Riga Latvia: Eugene Onegin (title role). A Night with Mandy Patinkin and Nathan Gunn: Ravinia and Krannert, Northwestern University Over the Rainbow Organization. A Night with Kelly O'Hara and Nathan Gunn: Valley Performing Arts Center and Tilles Center on Long Island. Houston Grand Opera: the Barber of Seville (Figaro)... new production. Lyric Opera of Chicago: Show Boat (Gaylord Ravinal)... new production. San Francisco Opera: The Magic Flute (Papageno)... new production. Recitals and Master Classes: NATS National Convention, Festival Del Sol, Armstrong Series, Parlance Series, Humanities Festival in Chicago, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Cliburn Concert Series, Aspen Gala, Athenaeum Chamber series, Mendelssohn Chamber Series. Orchestral Performances: Washington National Opera Celebrity Series, Sao Paolo Symphony, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Christmas Concerts with The American Boy Choir. Rudolf Haken (School of Music, Viola) Compositions Violin Concerto for Stefan Milenkovich. Faust for solo violin, composed by Rudolf Haken, commissioned and premiered by Rachel Barton Pine at the Beethoven Festival in Chicago, and performed again in Phoenix AZ. Missa Brevis concert version, composed by Rudolf Haken, premiered at the Michigan City Chamber Music Festival. August 15, Souvenir d'italie II , for viola and piano, composed by Davide Perrone; Sombre Nuit , for viola and piano, composed by Frédéric Ligier. Musique-Espérance recital, Paris. November 18, Brush for viola and piano, composed by Robert Morris, dedicated to Rudolf Haken; Gradus ad Parnassum for viola and piano, composed by Leandro Lorrio. Universität Siegen. November 18, Always Sleeping for voice and viola, composed by Peter Thoegersen, premiered by YooSun Na and Rudolf Haken, New Music Ensemble concert, Tryon Festival Theatre. September 28, Winternachtmusik , viola version, composed by Martin Herchenröder, premiered by Rudolf Haken, Universität Siegen, Studio für neue Musik. May Violin Concerto for Stefan Milenkovich composed by Rudolf Haken, premiered by Stefan Milenkovich with the Camerata Academica in Novi Sad and Belgrade, Serbia. April Invited to Seoul to serve on the international jury for string auditions of the Korean Broadcasting Service Symphony Orchestra. October Performed and taught at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien (University for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna); Universität Siegen (Studio für neue Musik) in Germany; Salle Jacques Brel in Montigny-le-Bretonneux (France); Conservatorio Oficial de Música in Cáceres (Spain); and Yıldız Teknik Üniversitesi in Istanbul. Haken made a similar tour in November Organized an exchange program between Universität Siegen Music Dept and University of Illinois School of Music. Two students from Siegen studied here Fall 2012. J. David Harris (School of Music, Clarinet) Performed a few concerts locally as principal clarinetist with Sinfonia da Camera. Performed a few concerts as a member of the clarinet section of the Illinois Symphony. Orchestra in Springfield and Bloomington, IL; Performed with Ian Hobson on the Brahms Chamber Music series here. Eve Harwood (School of Music, Music Education) Harwood, E.& K. Marsh. Children s ways of learning inside and outside the classroom. In The Oxford Handbook of Music Education. Edited by Gary McPherson and Graham Welch. Oxford University Press William Heiles (School of Music, Piano) An Approach to Bach and Scarlatti and An Approach to Twentieth Century Music and Beyond, Creative Piano Teaching (Fourth Edition) Gave lectures on Performance Issues in Piano Music of Schumann and Brahms at National Taiwan Normal University and Tunghai University, gave master classes and private lesson at these and other universities, and performed on a recital sponsored by the Taiwan University of Illinois Alumni Association. May Productions Performance with Michael Cameron for Chicago Bass Festival, Ravinia Park, Feb. 6, 2011. Harpsichordist for Bach Cantata No.104, Allerton Barn Festival, Sept. 4, Ricardo Herrera (School of Music, Voice) Promotion to Association Professor with tenure, J. Michael Holmes (School of Music, Saxophone) Biota for tenor saxophone and tape by Ed Martin. Saxophonist on the European Tour with the St. Louis Symphony to kick off their 133rd season. Invited to give a master class and lecture at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music (Sydney, Australia). Invited to give a guest lecture during the North American Saxophone Alliance National Conference, entitled: Careers in Music: So you want to make a living as a saxophonist... A discussion about alternatives careers in music, important factors to getting the job, and understanding what the next steps are after graduating college. Invited soloist at the 2012 World Saxophone Congress (St. Andrews, Scotland). Dennis Helmrich (School of Music, Bassoon) Krannert Great Hall recital with Bernhard Scully, hornist, 2011 Krannert Great Hall recital with Timothy McGovern, bassoonist, 2011 Appearances on 4 concerts during the Yachats Music Festival in Yachats, OR, 2011 Appearances on 4 concerts during the Yachats Music Festival in Yachats, OR, 2012 Original English supertitles for Krannert production of Cavalli's La Calisto, 2011 Original English supertitles for Krannert production of Mozart's Die Zauberflöte, 2011 English supertitles for Krannert production of Stephen Taylor's Paradises Lost, 2012 Original English supertitles for Krannert production of Daniel Catán's Florencia en el Amazonas, 2012 Jupiter String Quartet (School of Music) Meg Freivogel (Violin), Nelson Lee (Violin), Liz Freivogel (Viola), Daniel McDonough (Cello) Productions Performances at Aspen Music Festival, CO, Wigmore Hall, England, Alice Tully Hall, New York, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, Taos Music Festival, NM, and many other festivals and universities across the country. Masterclasses: SUNY Buffalo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston), Spivey Hall (Atlanta), Boston Conservatory, Peabody Conservatory, Adelphi University, Killington Music Festival, Aspen Music Festival, Madeline Island Music Camp, Minneapolis High School Chamber Music. Lecture/Demonstrations: UConn (Storrs), Killington Music Festival, Middlebury College, Stetson University Outreach activities: Spivey Hall Project Jupiter 3 year project planned around our quartet, with two weeks in residence in the southern Atlanta area per year. Our quartet performed outreach concerts for children of all ages, taught and played in many local public schools, gave masterclasses and workshops, played pop-up concerts around the Atlanta region, and worked with local youth orchestras. Outreach educational performanc
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