Rogers and O'Neill Present Senior Recital
Calley Rogers, soprano, and Michael O'Neill, horn, will present their senior recital on Sunday, Nov. 11, 4 p.m., in the Willie Mae Kountz Recital Hall in Swinney Conservatory of Music on the Central Methodist University campus in Fayette.
The recital is free and the public is welcome.
Rogers will sing "Le Violette" by Scarlatti, "Care Selve" by Handel, "Wie Melodien Zieht es Mir" and "Standchen" by Brahms, "Morgen!" by Strauss, "Mai," "Adieu," and "Chanson d'amour" by Faure, "Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal" by Quilter, and "Love is a Plaintive Song" (from Patience) by Sullivan.
O'Neill will perform "Concerto No. 1 for Horn, Opus 11" by Strauss, "Concerto No. 4 for Horn," K. 496 (Romanza) by Mozart, and "Animal Ditties III (Porpoise and Dog)" by Plog, narrated by senior Jordan Brennan.
Together, Rogers and O'Neill will present "Nocturnes for Soprano and Horn" by Arnold Cooke, including "Owl" and "The Boat Song."
Calley is the daughter of Lora and Douglas Rogers from Lebanon; Michael is the son of Janet and Maurice O'Neill from Pleasant Hill. Both students present this recital in partial fulfillment of the bachelor of music education degree.
Rogers, accompanied by staff accompanist Ruth Spayde, is a student of Dr. Susan Quigley-Duggan, CMU associate professor of music. O'Neill will be accompanied by Kelley Head, adjunct professor of music. His major professor is Dr. John Perkins, associate professor of music.
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