Matthew Broglio will present a senior guitar recital at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 11, in the Carter Center for Worship and Music at Bridgewater College.
The program also includes two students, Aaron Lavinder and Traci Sink, presenting a junior recital.
For his guitar recital, Broglio will perform “Etude No. 1” and “Four Northern Dances, Op. 14” by Mauro Giuliani and three pieces by Matto Carcassi, “Caprice in D Minor,” “Study No. 7” and “Study No. 9.” He also will play two pieces by unknown composers, “La Petit Carnaval” and “Polka Muzurka.”
A guitar trio composed of Broglio, Lavinder and Richard Adams, an adjunct instructor of music at Bridgewater College, will perform “Laub legit auf dem Rasen,” “Tirallala” and “Windmüller” by unknown composers. The trio will also perform “Mit meinem Mädelchen” by Volkstanz aus Däanemark and two pieces, “Minuet” and “Trio” from Trio Facile Pour Trois Guitares by Leonhard von Call.
Broglio’s recital concludes with duets with Lavinder of “Conversation I,” “Conversation II,” “Conversation III” and “I Danced with a Pig” by Bèla Bartòk, arranged by Michael Crowley.
A music major, Broglio is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Broglio of Hamilton, Va., He is a member of the Concert Choir, the Symphonic Band and a guitar ensemble.
For his guitar recital, Lavinder will perform “Bourrée” from Lute Suite No. 1 by J.S. Bach and “Spanish Romance,” an anonymous traditional piece. He also will play “Carnavalito,” “Evocacion” and “Joropo” from Suite del Recuerdo by José Luis Merlin.
A music major, Lavinder is the son of John and Robin Lavinder of Glade Hill, Va. He is a member of the Chorale, the Concert Choir, the Symphonic Band and the Jazz Ensemble. He also is a member of the Pep Band, the Gospel Choir Band and Outspoken, the praise band for BC Chapel.
Both Broglio and Lavinder study guitar under Adams.
For her mezzo-soprano voice recital, Sink will perform two pieces accompanied by Lavinder on guitar, “Sweet If You Like” by Robert Jones and “Weep You No More” by John Dowland. She also will present “Là-bas, vers l’église” from Cinq melodies populaires grecques by Maurice Ravel, “Plaisir d’amour” by Johann-Paul Martini and “Un’ombra di pace” from Calfurnia by Giovanni Bononcini. Sink will conclude her recital with “Seit ich ihn gesehen” and “Du Ring an Meinem Finger” from Frauenliebe und –leben by Robert Schumann and “Lullaby” from the Consul by Gian Carlo Menotti.
Lacey Johnson, an adjunct instructor of music at Bridgewater, will accompany Sink on the piano. Sink studies voice under Christine Fairfield, an adjunct instructor of music.
Sink, a music major, is the daughter of Jeffrey and Teresa Sink of Snow Camp, N.C. At Bridgewater, she is a member of the Chorale, the Concert Choir, the Pep Band and Outspoken.
The recital is free and open to the public.