HUNTINGTON, Ind. — Huntington University’s annual Longaker Honors Recital will showcase nine of the university’s top musicians. The recital will begin at 7:30 p.m. April 16 in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts
Each musician was chosen in a rigorous audition process. The performance includes one flutist, one percussionist and seven vocalists.
Performers include:Amy Bishop
, a sophomore soprano vocal performance major
from Auburn, Ind., will be performing “Do not go my Love,” “Under the Willows” and “Nature’s Holiday” by Richard Hageman.
, a sophomore soprano choral education major
from Ossian, Ind., will be performing “Nachtviolen” by Franz Schubert and “Mit Myrthen und Rosen” from Liederkreis by Robert Schumann.Ja’Shon Burks
, a freshman tenor choral education major from Indianapolis, Indiana will be performing “On The Wings Of The Wind,” “O Let No Star Compare With Thee,” “Love Not Me For Comely Grace,” “The Twins” and “When I Think Upon the Maidens” by Michael Head.
, a sophomore flutist instrumental education major
from Warsaw, Ind., will be performing “Minuet and Dance of the Blessed Spirits” by Christoph Willibald von Gluck.Christopher Erickson
, a senior percussion math education major
and music minor from Peona, Ill., will be performing “Reverie” on the marimba by Claude Debussy and “Tornado” on the snare drum by Mitch Markovich.Candice James
, a junior mezzo-soprano choral education major from Delphi, Ind., will be performing “Faites-lui mes aveux” and "Que Fais-tu, Blanche Tourterelle" by Charles Gounod.Jacob Keefer
, a senior tenor music major
from Willshire, Ohio, will be performing “I Ride the Great Black Horse,” “April Elegy,” “Shelling Peas” and “The White Dress” by John Duke.Joelle Kriebel
, a junior soprano English major
and music minor from Brookston, Ind., will be performing “Deh vieni non tardar” from La Nozze di Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.Jacob Smith
, a sophomore tenor choral education major from Berne, Ind., will be performing “Frühlingssehnsucht,” “Standchen” and “Aufenthalt” from Schwanengesang by Franz Schubert.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Huntington University Music Office at 260-359-4262.