Bridgewater College Students to Present Recital on April 2

March 22, 2016

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Music majors Sara Jean Forren, Katrina Weirup and Jonathon Wilson will present a junior recital at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 2, in the Carter Center for Worship and Music at Bridgewater College.

For her clarinet recital, Forren will perform the third movement, “Rhondo” from Clarinet Concerto K. 622 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. She also will perform “Scherzo in C Minor” by Paul Koepke, “Nocturne” by Luigi Bassi and “Le Petit Negre” by Claude Debussy.

Forren studies clarinet under David Snively, adjunct instructor of music. She will be accompanied on piano by Lacey Johnson, instructor of music.

Forren is the daughter of Stephanie Forren of Chesapeake, Va. and Howie Forren of Virginia Beach, Va. She is a member of the Symphonic Band and the Jazz Ensemble and serves as director of the Pep Band. She is a student leader for the Clarinet Chamber Ensemble. Forren is a member of the Concert Choir, the Oratorio Choir and the Handbell Choir. She serves as historian of the campus chapter of the National Association for Music Education.

For her soprano voice recital, Weirup will perform “Sweeter than Roses” by Henry Purcell, “I Can’t Be Talkin’ of Love” by John Duke, “Le Bestiaire” by Francis Poulenc and Charles Koechlin’s “Si tu le veux.” She also will sing “Die Mainacht” by Johannes Brahms, “Widmung” by Robert Schumann and “Gretchen am Spinnrade” by Franz Schubert.

Matthew Broglio, a 2015 Bridgewater College graduate, will accompany Weirup on “Ombre Amene” by Mauro Giuliani.

Weirup studies voice under Lucy Hoyt, adjunct instructor of music. She will be accompanied on piano and harpsichord by Johnson.

Weirup is the daughter of Mark and Lorna Weirup of Blue Ridge, Va. She is a member of the Bridgewater College Chorale, the Concert Choir, the Oratorio Choir and the Handbell Choir. She is a member of the National Association for Music Education.

For his trombone recital, Wilson will perform “Gigue” from Cello Suite 1, BWV 1007 by J. S. Bach, “Elegy for Mippy II” by Leonard Bernstein, “Song for Ina” by Philip Sparke and Joseph Edouard Barat’s “Andante et Allegro.”

Wilson studies trombone under Richard Adams, adjunct instructor of music. He will be accompanied on piano by Adam Kelly, a junior music major, from Salem, Va.

Wilson is the son of Marc and Mary Wilson of Salem. He is a member of the Symphonic Band, the Jazz Ensemble, the Pep Band and the Outspoken praise band. He is a member of the Concert Choir and is a student conductor for the Chorale. He is the instrumental coordinator for the Gospel Choir and serves as president of the campus chapter of the National Association for Music Education.

The recital is free and open to the public.