Student recital featuring Mitchell Dziewior ’22 and London Roysden ’22 Sunday
Mitchell Dziewior ’22 and London Roysden ’22 will perform their joint vocal recital “Do Flowers Exist at Night” at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, in the H. F. Johnson Recital Hall. This recital is open to Carthage students, faculty, and staff only. External patrons are welcome to join us from home through our livestream.
London will open “Do Flowers Exist at Night” with “Mio caro bene” from George Handel’s “Roselinda.” She will continue with Handel with a performance of “Verdi Prati” from “Alcina.” London will then perform “June” by Roger Quilter and showcase the German Lieder with works by Clara Schumann, Robert Schumann, and Franz Schubert. Her performance will conclude with two works by Claude Debussy, “Nuit d’etoiles” and “Beau Soir.”
Mitchell will continue the recital with “Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal” and “Go, Lovely Rose” by John Quilter. He will then perform “Not While I’m Around” from Stephen Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.” Mitchell will sing “Vanne, O Rosa Fortunate” by Vincenzo Bellini and showcase works by Anton Rubinstein, Franz Liszt, and Robert Schumann, all of which share the same text, Heinrich Heine’s poem “Du Bist Eine Blume.” His recital will finish with “Chanson d’amore” by Gabriel Faure.
Professor Gregory Berg will accompany both London and Mitchell throughout the recital.
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