June 30, 2017 – 5:30 pm
Music of Musto, Chang, Rorem, Bolcom, and Cipullo
|Why do they shut me out of heaven?||Aaron Copland|
|Angels Are the Highest Form of Virtue||William Bolcom|
|Solitary Hotel||Samuel Barber|
|Epilogue: Penelope’s Song||John Musto|
|The Cage||Charles Ives|
|Poet Pal of Mine||William Bolcom|
|Songs of Woods and Water|
Rain to the Leaves
|Another Reason Why I Don’t Keep a Gun in the House|
Putting Down the Cat
Another Reason Why I Don’t Keep a Gun in the House
Tara Khozein is a singer and theater-maker based in Santa Fe. She holds an artist diploma in physical theatre from The Jacques Lecoq School in Paris, and a Bachelor’s in vocal performance from NMSU. She is works as a singer/actor/co-creator with companies including Theater Grottesco, Meow Wolf, and Strangers Collective. Tara is devoted to creating opportunities to sing contemporary classical music in unusual settings, devising new works of music theater, and fostering an audience that is diverse in every way. She believes that if a performer infuses music with humanity and humor, and tempers technique with exquisite folly, music from any period in history can move a modern audience.
Ashlyn Harrington received her Master’s in Piano Performance at Louisiana State University studying with Dr. Willis Delony. Originally from Ohio, Harrington has studied and performed piano for 20 years. She received her Bachelors in Piano Performance with honors from New Mexico State University, studying under Dr. Laura Spitzer. Ashlyn is currently on faculty at New Mexico Highlands University and the Santa Fe University of Art and Design, and enjoys performing new works.