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Carolyn Bacon and Brian Fitzsousa - Alumni Recital
Friday, September 15 2023, 07:30 PM at Barbro Osher Recital Hall Map
Alumni Recital

Carolyn Bacon and Brian Fitzsousa - Alumni Recital

Friday, September 15 2023, 07:30 PM
at Barbro Osher Recital Hall Map
Carolyn Bacon Brian Fitzsousa

Program

Join SFCM alumni Carolyn Bacon (MM Voice ’14) and Brian Fitzsousa (MM Composition ’16) for an evening that explores American song. With a blend of classical art song and musical theater, the program draws parallels between genres and represents how the artists’ careers have taken shape since graduation. Repertoire includes song by Composition Dept. Chair David Conte, Ned Rorem, Aaron Copland, Steven Sondheim, Adam Guettel, Carmel Dean, Kurt Weill, and others.

Charles Strouse: Rags: “Blame it on a Summer Night”  

David Conte: Sexton Songs: “Her Kind”

Kurt Weill: Street Scene: “Lonely House”

D. Conte: Sexton Songs: “Riding the Elevator into the Sky”

Aaron Copland: Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: “The world feels dusty”

A. Copland: Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: “Heart, we will forget him” 

Carmel Dean: Renascence: “Time Does Not Bring Relief”

A. Copland: Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: “When they come back”

C. Dean: Renascence: “Elegy” 

Tom Cippulo: Of a Certain Age: Magnolia

Brian Fitzsousa: “The Lake Isle of Innisfree” 

Ned Rorem: “The Lordly Hudson”    

Adam Guettel: Myths and Hymns: “Migaratory V”

William Bolcom: Cabaret Songs: “Waitin” 

Stephen Sondheim: Company: “Someone is Waiting” 

John Bucchino: “Sweet Dreams”

Marc Blitzstein: Juno: “I Wish it So”    

Ricky Ian Gordon: “Will There Really Be a Morning?”

A. Guettel: The Light in the Piazza: “The Light in the Piazza”

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Friday, September 15 2023, 07:30 PM to Friday, September 15 2023, 09:30 PM

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