The Lipscomb University Artist Series presents
harpsichordist John Paul on Oct. 16 at 8 p.m. in Shamblin Theatre, located in the Student Center, 3901 Granny White Pike, Nashville.c
Paul returns for his third appearance on the Artist Series with a
program that juxtaposes the 18th and 20th centuries as well as both sides of
the English Channel. Pieces by French composer Jean-Philippe Rameau
(1683-1764) surround a set of 12 short pieces by British composer Herbert
Howells (1892-1983). Paul has toured the Southeastern United States since
1980 completing more than 400 concerts, informances, and school residencies.Lipscomb University Artist Series Presents John Paul on Oct. 16
Admission for the Lipscomb University Artist Series is $7 or free
for anyone with a Lipscomb i.d. card. The events are open to the public and
everyone is invited to attend.For more information, contact Jerome Reed at (615) 279-5809 or
The Lipscomb University Faculty and Friends Series
presents Lynn Rice-See on Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. in the Ward Lecture Auditorium,
3901 Granny White Pike, Nashville.
Admission is free. The concert is open to the public. Everyone is
invited to attend.
Since her 1982 Carnegie Recital hall debut, Rice-See has appeared as
a recitalist, concerto soloist, and chamber musician in the United States
and in Europe. She has appeared three times with the Janácek Philharmonic
Orchestra in Ostrava, Czech Republic. In the United States she has appeared
as soloist with the Gulf Coast Symphony, the Huntsville Symphony, the
Johnson City Symphony, and the Kingsport Symphony. Rice-See was a member of
the Tennessee Arts Commission touring roster from 1991 through 1994.
Currently she coaches with Walter Hautzig and Sheila Paige and is a
professor of piano at East Tennessee State University. Rice-See is also a
member of the faculties of the Adamant Music School in Vermont and the Piano
Wellness Seminar. Before joining the faculty ETSU, she worked as an opera
coach/assistant conductor at the opera houses of Münster in Essen, Germany
as well as at Michigan Opera and Dayton Opera in the U.S. She also taught at
the Manhattan School of Music in New York and at William Carey College.
For more information, call 279-5929 or 800-333-4358, ext. 5929.
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