"Contemporary Composers of Andrews University"
Sunday, Jan. 20, at the Howard Performing Arts Center
On Sunday, Jan. 20, at 4 p.m., various budding artists and faculty members from Andrews University will perform their contemporary works in the “Sunday Music Series: Contemporary Composers of Andrews University” concert at the Howard Performing Arts Center on the campus of Andrews University.
Max Keller, faculty member and concert host, will begin the program with his composition “Sunflower,” after which undergraduate student Grant Steinweg will perform his one-movement, sonata form piece titled “A New Creature.” Kenneth Logan will perform three pieces: “Secret Music,” “The Stranger” and “Beyond the Years.” Steinweg will follow with another short piece collection that depicts the imagery Christ uses in his parable of the sower. Listeners will then hear a selection from Logan Ford titled “Adagio and Fugue” and one from Giovanni Corrodus called the “Reggae Rhapsody,” a piece that seeks to combine elements of Reggae in a woodwind quartet while implementing aspects of classical harmony and writing. Andrew Kroepel’s “Chivalry: Suite in 4 Movements” will close out the evening with four parts: Nobility, Love, Bravery and Sacrifice, each part an essential aspect to the romantic ideal of chivalry.
Admission to this event in the Howard Center is free, and no tickets are required. For additional information, contact the Howard Box Office at 269-471-3560. For a full season schedule of events at the Howard Performing Arts Center, visit howard.andrews.edu.