Collaborative Arts

As I reflect on my work at the college, some of my fondest memories (and most powerful musical experiences) have been shared, collaborative projects.  

By my count, I have performed concerti with at least 20 department of music faculty colleagues, and an equal number of music students. Here is a list of some of the many beautiful concerti I have performed with faculty colleagues and students, and the Luther College Symphony Orchestra:

Albinoni; Concerto for Oboe in D minor
Arnold; Concerto for Flute and Strings
Bach; Concerto for Violin in A minor
Barber; Concerto for Violin and Orchestra
Beethoven; Concerto No. 4 for Piano
Brahms; Concerto for Piano in D minor [*audio sample]
Bruch; Concerto for Violin in G minor
řák; Concerto for Cello in B minor [*audio sample]
Elgar; Concerto for Cello
Gershwin; Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra [*audio sample]
Gordeli; Concerto for Flute and Orchestra
Haydn; Concerto for Cello in D major
Liebermann; Concerto for Flute
Mendelssohn; Concerto for Violin in E minor [*audio sample]
Mozart; Concerto for Flute and Harp
Rachmaninoff; Concerto No. 2 for Piano [*audio sample]
Rota; Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra
Saint-Saëns; Concerto for Cello in A minor
Schumann; Concerto for Piano in A minor
Shostakovich; Concerto for Cello, Op. 107 [*audio sample]

It has been my pleasure to work together with our colleagues in choral conducting and their singers, performing many of the great choral-orchestral masterworks—works such as:

Bach; St. John Passion
Beethoven; Mass In C [*audio sample]
Bernstein; Chichester Psalms
Brahms; German Requiem [*video clip]
Haydn; Lord Nelson Mass [*audio sample]
Mozart; Requiem
Walton; Belshazzar’s Feast