JC Music Dept. announces voice recitals
The Music Department of Judson College has announced two upcoming voice recitals in the month of November.
Lorna Wikle, a junior double-majoring in Equine Science and vocal performance, will give her junior voice recital on Tuesday, November 7th at 7:00 pm in the Alumnae Auditorium. There will be a reception following the 30-minute performance in Archibald Dining Hall where you may greet the performer. She will be accompanied by pianist Marsha Harrow of Greensboro, Alabama. The program will include works by Handel, Mozart, Schubert, Clark Gesner, Kurt Weill, and Johann Strauss, Jr. This varied repertoire spans the genres of opera, oratorio, musical theatre, operetta and art song.
Lorna Wikle is a native of Moody, Alabama. She has taken private voice lessons with Dr. Sadie Goodman, Assistant Professor of Music, for two years. Wikle is also pursuing a minor in Accounting. She is a Judson College Ambassador, Soprano I section leader of the Judson Singers, and participates in FAITH ensemble and Opera Workshop.
Sarah Green, a music elective student, is a senior from Dora, Alabama, majoring in English/Language Arts and Education. Her voice recital will take place on Thursday, November 16th at 7:00 pm in the Alumnae Auditorium, with a reception following in Archibald Dining Hall. She will be accompanied by pianist Marsha Harrow of Greensboro, Alabama. Sarah’s 30-minute solo performance will include works by Schubert, Fauré, Handel, Stephen Sondheim, Kōsaku Yamada, Shin’ichi Takata, and Aaron Copland. These works span the genres of opera, oratorio, musical theatre, and art song.
Sarah has taken private voice lessons with Dr. Goodman for two years. She is a member of the Judson Singers, the FAITH Ensemble, Opera Workshop and the English Club. She is also the Vice President of the Beta Rho chapter of Kappa Delta Epsilon, the education honors fraternity. Previous theatrical performances include A Christmas Carol (2014), a lead role in A…My Name is Alice (2015), and Snow White in the off-broadway musical Disenchanted! (2016).
Both recitals are free and open to the public.