IU Southeast Orchestra
offers Haydn, Martin, and Wagner on spring concert April 27
Student flautist, Traci Bluhm will be featured soloist.
Pre-Concert pictorial tour through the life of Haydn at 2:30 p.m.
NEW ALBANY, April 7 — The Music Department at Indiana University
Southeast will present the IU SOUTHEAST ORCHESTRA on Sunday,
April 27, 2014 at
3 p.m. in the Richard K. Stem Concert Hall of the Paul W. Ogle
Cultural and Community Center on the IU Southeast campus, 4201 Grant
Line Road in New Albany. Tickets are $8 for adults, and $5
for students, seniors, IU Southeast faculty & staff, and are
available at the Ogle Center ticket office, by calling (812)
941-2526, or online at www.ius.edu/oglecenter.
A free pre-concert pictorial presentation of locations associated
with the life of Franz Joseph Haydn will be held at 2:30 p.m. in the
Millicent and Norman Stiefler Recital Hall.
Under the direction
of Dr. Joanna Goldstein, the
orchestra will perform SYMPHONY NO. 82 IN C MAJOR, Hob.
I:82, “The Bear” by Haydn, and BALLADE FOR FLUTE,
STRING ORCHESTRA, AND PIANO by Frank Martin and featuring IU
Southeast senior music student, Traci Bluhm as soloist. The
program will close with the PRELUDE and ENTRY OF THE GODS INTO
VALHALLA from “DAS RHEINGOLD” by Richard Wagner.
Traci Bluhm began studying
flute at the age of 10. She received a Bachelor’s of Sociology from
the University of Illinois while staying active in the university’s
band programs including the Marching Illini. She currently studies
with Margaret Jamner at Indiana University Southeast. During her
time at IU Southeast, Traci has been a member of the IU Southeast
Orchestra and IU Southeast Concert Band and has served as principal
flute and piccolo. She has performed with the Northshore Concert
Band, Little Rock Wind Symphony, various musical companies and
Fluteworks, a professional flute choir. Traci has enjoyed the
opportunities to further her musical experience locally and
nationally through performing in three flute orchestras at the
National Flute Association convention and locally, playing with
Mothership Ensemble and Eight:db, both new music groups. After
graduation from IU Southeast, Traci plans on entering a Masters
program in Music performance and will pursue a career in performing,
teaching, and writing music.
Free parking is available in the Dogwood lot directly in front of
the Ogle Center from one hour prior to the concert until one hour
following the end of the concert. Cars parked in other areas will be
subject to ticketing.
For more information about this performance, future performances,
degree programs and scholarships offered by the IU Southeast Music
Department, please visit www.ius.edu/music.