Loganne Fellenstein and Kayla Becker to Give Recital
Loganne Fellenstein will present a senior voice recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 13, in the Carter Center for Worship and Music at Bridgewater College.
The program also includes Kayla Becker in her junior voice recital.
For her mezzo-soprano recital, Fellenstein will perform “Come raggio di sol” by Antonio Caldara; “Amor preparami” by Alessandro Scarlatti and three pieces by Franz Schubert, “Ständchen,” “Frühlingsglaube” and “Du Bist Die Ruh.”
Fellenstein also will sing “O rest in the Lord” from Elijah by Felix Mendelssohn, “Seguidilla” from Carmen by Georges Bizet and “Lullaby” from The Consul by Gian Carlo Menotti.
Fellenstein, a music major, is the daughter of Kenneth and Mary Beth Fellenstein of Fredericksburg, Va.
At Bridgewater, Fellenstein is a member of the Chorale, the Concert Choir and the Handbell Choir. She performs with a chamber string ensemble and is a member of the BC Outspoken band.
For her soprano recital, Becker will perform “L’Addio” by Nicola Vaccai, “Senza mamma” from Suor Angelica by Giacomo Puccini and “Deh vieni, non tardar” from Le Nozze di Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
She also will sing “Les cloches” by Claude Debussy, “Chanson d’amour” by Gabriel Fauré, “A Chloris” by Reynaldo Hahn and two pieces by Robert Schumann, “Die Lotosblume” and “Mondnacht.” Becker will also perform “Lachen un Weinen” by Franz Schubert and “I Hate Music! A Cycle of Five Kid Songs” by Leonard Bernstein.
Fellenstein and Becker will perform a duet of “In His Eyes” from Jekyll and Hyde by Frank Wildhorn.
Becker, a music major, is the daughter of Greg and Vicki Becker of Bridgewater, Va.
At Bridgewater, Becker is a member of the Chorale, the Concert Choir, the Oratorio Choir and the A Capella Choir. She serves as co-director of the Handbell Choir and is a member of National Association for Music Education (NAfMEC).
Both Fellenstein and Becker will be accompanied on piano by Lacey Johnson, and study voice under Shannon Kiser, both adjunct instructors of music at Bridgewater College.
The recital is free and open to the public.