Presenting the Music of Cecilia Coleman
In the Spring of 2021, Lehigh Jazz students were given an opportunity to work with the very talented Jazz composer and pianist, Cecilia Coleman. The Lehigh Jazz Program would like everyone to hear this wonderful music—there might even be an appearance by the Lehigh Jazz Band performing work Coleman wrote especially for them. Bill Warfield, director.
The stirrings of spring can be heard in our lively offerings of orchestral favorites, including some flavors from Germany and Austria with Carl Maria von Weber’s Turandot Overture and March, Paul Hindemith’s ingenious and exciting Symphonic Metamorphosis on a Theme by Weber, and Mozart’s beloved Symphony No. 40. Eugene Albulescu, Director. LU Philharmonic website
Featuring students, faculty, and staff from various Lehigh ensembles in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the admission of women to Lehigh UniversityCo-hosted by Lehigh’s Center for Gender Equity and Dolce, Lehigh’s treble choir.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the admission of women to Lehigh, this concert features choral music written by women composers from around the world, including Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Chen Yi, Lili Boulanger, Amy Beach, Ysaye Barnwall, Undine Moore, Sooyeon Lyuh, and Heather Gilligan (LU alumnus). Sun Min Lee and John Wilson, conductors LU Music Department website
Spring is the time for renewal, and the same is true for this concert by the Symphonic Band. Hear them as they swing into summer with marches, show tunes and much more. David B. Diggs, director. This concert is dedicated to Nadine Caputo Haines ’80.
Featuring the 200 singers of Lehigh University Choral Arts with symphony orchestra and soloists in Joseph Haydn’s largest and most beloved choral-orchestral work, Missa in Angustiis (Lord Nelson Mass), and choral-orchestral works by renowned American women composers Reena Esmail, Florence Price, and Gwyneth Wallker. Soloists: Jee Hyun Lim, soprano; Karen Huffstodt, soprano; David Vanderwal, tenor; Kyle Pfortmiller, baritone; Choral Arts Symphony Orchestra; Sun Min Lee, conductor LU Choral Arts website