Bridgewater College Students to Present Recital Nov. 12
November 07, 2016
Jonathon Wilson and Caroline S. Caplan will present a recital at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, in the Carter Center for Worship and Music at Bridgewater College.
For his senior trombone recital, Wilson will perform “Cello Suite 2, BWV 1008: Prelude” and “Cello Suite 3, BWV 1009: Bourrée,” both by J.S. Bach and arranged by Douglas Yeo and “Morceau Symphonique” by Alexander Guilmant. He will also play “Three for Two (or One or Three)” by Antonio J. Garcia and “Beau Soir” by Claude Debussy, arranged by Benjamin Coy and “Sonata (Vox Gabrieli) for Trombone and Piano” by Stjepan Ŝulek. The recital also includes “Trombone Institute of Technology” by Michael Davis, performed with Phillip Stone, a senior biology major from Linville, Va. on trombone.
Wilson studies trombone under Richard Adams, adjunct instructor of music, and Dr. Christine Carrillo, assistant professor of music at Bridgewater College.
Wilson, a senior music major, is the son of Marc and Mary Wilson of Salem, Va. Wilson is a member of the Symphonic Band, the Jazz Ensemble, the Pep Band and the Gospel Choir Band. He sings with the Concert Choir and the Chorale. He serves as president of the campus chapter of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME).
For her junior soprano voice recital, Caplen will perform “Wie Melodien zieht es mir” by Johannes Brahms, “Breit’ über mein Haupt” by Richard Strauss and two pieces by Reynaldo Hahn, “Infidélité” and “Paysage.” She also will sing “Piangero la sorte mia” from Giulio Cesare by G.F. Handel, “Ebben? Ne andrò lontana” from La Wally by A. Catalani and two pieces by Richard Hundley, “Evening Hours” and “My Master Hath a Garden.”
Caplen studies voice under Shannon Kiser, adjunct instructor of music at Bridgewater College.
Caplen, a music major with a minor in equine studies, is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Russell Caplen of Alexandria, Va. Caplen is a member of the Concert Choir and the Chorale. She serves as vice president of the campus chapter of NAfME.
Both musicians will be accompanied on piano by Lacey Johnson, instructor of music at Bridgewater College.
The recital is free and open to the public.