PROVOST'S SPOTLIGHT SERIES A Night of Arts and Culture

Thursday, 20 September 2001 - 6:30pm

Amado Hall
Irvine Auditorium
34th and Spruce Street

PROVOST'S SPOTLIGHT SERIES A Night of Arts and Culture

The Penn Humanities Forum and Department of Music proudly present Penn undergraduates performing in

 

THE VARIETIES OF MUSICAL TIME

Student Creativity in Action

 

Commissioned for this event

WORLD PREMIERE OF FIVE PLACES IN PHILADELPHIA

Quartet No. 1 for soprano sax, tenor sax, trumpet, and trombone

by Leonardo Dugan (SAS, Music, '02)

  1. West River Drive, 7 AM
  2. South Street, 12 AM
  3. I-76, 5 PM
  4. Delaware Avenue, 12 AM
  5. Belmont Plateau, 7 PM

 

Tim’s Take on Tap

by Timothy Yue (SAS, Mathematics ‘02)

  1. Tap dancing as an American art form (a short history)
  2. Some basic steps
  3. The notation of tap (a new system)
  4. Interpreting Beethoven’s op. 119

 

 

Mendelssohn, Piano Trio in D minor (two movements)

  1. Adagio
  2. Allegro

Clare Wang (SAS, English ‘03), violin

Andrew Armstrong (SAS, English ‘03), cello

Megan McGill (SAS, Music ‘03), piano

Admission free public invited

Introductions by

Peter Conn

Deputy Provost

Andrea Mitchell Professor of English

 

Eugene Narmour

Acting Director

Penn Humanities Forum

E.J. Kahn Distinguished Professor of Music