Voice Studio Recital: Schubertiad
Presented by voice student students.
In the early 19th-century, fans of Franz Schubert held informal gatherings called Schubertiads. Often Schubert himself attended. Schubert’s compositions are known for their rich harmony and lyrical beauty. Though Schubert lived only 31 years (1797-1828), he is revered as the last classical composer and one of the first romantic composers. His compositions embrace legendary melody, rich harmony and lyrical beauty. Schubert is often considered a musical genius.
Enjoy WSC voice studio students' performance as they celebrate Schubert's unique ability to blend voice and piano in their own Schubertiad.
The students are accompanied by staff accompanist Shelly Armstrong and directed by assistant professor Dr. Sarah Farr.
For more information, contact Dr. Farr at 402-375-7406.