UNCW Choirs

Sunday, April 2, 2017
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Cultural Arts CA1075 Beckwith Recital Hall
Event Type
Music Dept.
Seymour, Ann
Department of Music

Georges Bizet: selections from Carmen
Claude Debussy: Trois Chansons
Johannes Brahms: selections rom Zigeunerlieder Op. 103
Robert Schumann: Zigeunerleben

Isabella Stollenmaier, mezzo soprano
Ronald Holmes, baritone
Melissa Williams, soprano
Shauntè Jordan, alto
Daniel Paparozzi, tenor
Tanya Wheeler, mezzo soprano
Hayley Atwell, soprano
Hayley Atwell, soprano 


About the Choirs and Conductor
UNCW Concert Choir and Chamber Choir are the two academic choral groups at UNCW, with members selected from across campus. Although singers are drawn from many different academic disciplines, they share a common love of choral singing and are quite capable as singers, sight-readers and choral musicians. The groups often combine for the performance of larger works, sometimes in collaboration with other ensembles in the region. The Chamber Choir has appeared on tour in Europe 13 times, with featured presentations at St. Anne’s Music Society (London), Thomaskirche (Leipzig, Germany), City Museum (Munich) and Karlskirche (Vienna).

Joe Hickman came to UNCW in 1979 and has served as director of choral activities since that time. He has also served as assistant conductor and later music director of the UNCW Community Orchestra (later re-named Wilmington Symphony). In addition to an active schedule of teaching, Hickman has served as an administrator within the Department of Music and later as faculty assistant to the provost, representing the Division of Academic Affairs in matters concerning construction of classroom buildings, including the Cultural Arts Building.
     Recent publication projects include orchestral reductions of the Haydn Creation which is in production with Carus Verlag of Stuttgart, Germany; and Verdi’s Rigoletto with Doblinger Music Publisher of Vienna, Austria. Earlier, he published several collections of choral works with Masterworks Press of Olympia, Washington, and was the editor for Paul Winter’s Earth Mass, published by Hal Leonard Music.
     Hickman is in his third season as conductor of Opera Wilmington, having led performances of Verdi’s Rigoletto in 2015 and Mozart’s Così fan tutte in 2016.
$6 general public, free to students with valid UNCW ID.
Tickets are available in advance through the UNCW Box Office (located in Kenan Auditorium) and one hour prior to performance at the Cultural Arts Building Box Office.

Advance tickets may be purchased online or by calling the box office at 910-962-3500 (M-F) 
Any remaining tickets will be available one hour prior to performance at the Cultural Arts Building Box Office.

UNCW students may obtain tickets in advance by going to the UNCW Box Office (located in Kenan Auditorium) Monday-Friday 12 - 6 p.m. 
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Directions to the Cultural Arts building, located at 5270 Randall Drive:
(The Cultural Arts building is designated as “CA” and is on the left hand side of the map, just above midpoint.)
Plenty of free parking, right out in front of the Cultural Arts building and across the street. No need to feed the meters.

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