Prof. Jackie Lordo and Dr. Jennifer Muniz to Present Recital
Central Methodist University's Jackie Lordo, adjunct professor of music, and Dr. Jennifer Muniz, assistant professor of music, will present a recital on Friday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m.
The recital is free and open to the public. It will be held in the Willie May Kountz Recital Hall on the Fayette campus of CMU.
The program will include "Three Miniatures" by Anthony Plog, "Rumanian Dance No. 2" by Dmitru Ionel, "Ballad and Presto Dance" by Claude T. Smith, "Andante" by Alexandre Tcherepnine, and "Triumph of the Demon Gods" by John Stevens. Lordo performs on tuba and Muniz on piano.
Originally from Columbia, Mo., Jackie Lordo holds degrees from Tennessee Technological University and the University of Texas. Her teachers have included Dr. Angelo Manzo, Steven Bryant, R. Winston Morris, and Dean Somerville.
She has performed throughout the United States and Europe, as well as on professional recordings with the Tennessee Tech Tuba Ensemble and King's Brass.
In addition to her teaching responsibilities at CMU, Lordo is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in music education at the University of Missouri. She also serves as the assistant to the editor for the Journal of Research in Music Education.
Jennifer Muniz has performed in Spain, Italy, Mexico, and the United States, including Carnegie's Weill Recital Hall in New York City. She served on the faculty of the University of Notre Dame, as an instructor and accompanist for four years and taught at Indiana University South Bend as a visiting assistant professor of music.
With a doctorate of musical arts, a master's in piano performance from Manhattan School of Music, and a bachelor's in music from the University of Minnesota, Muniz is an active performer and educator.Muniz joined CMU's Swinney Conservatory as assistant professor of music in piano and theory in August 2012.
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