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Loyola University Chicago Department of Fine and Performing Arts

Presents

Christmas Chapel Concert Featuring University Chorus, Chamber Choir, Schola Cantorum and Orchestra

December 6, 2010 7:30 p.m. Madonna della Strada Chapel

Joyola! A Night of Holiday Favorites Featuring the Jazz Band and Wind Ensemble

December 9, 2010 7:30 p.m. Auditorium, Mundelein Center

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C H R I S TM A S C H A P E L C O N C E R T Program for December 6, 2010 7:30 p.m. Chamber Choir Charles Jurgensmeier, S.J., director A Virgin Unspotted............................................................................... William Billings (1746-1800) The Coventry Carol.............................................................................................15th Century English arr. Martin Shaw In dulci jubilo..............................................................................Dietrich Buxtehude (c. 1637-1707) Amit Mittal and Daniel Ventura, violins Chris Hunt, cello Charles Jurgensmeier, S.J., harpsichord Schola Cantorum Steven Betancourt, director A Hymn to the Virgin......................................................................... Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) Lisa Sroka, Teresa Kuruvilla, Nicholas Amatangelo and David Jackson, Solo Quartet Magnificat from the Gloucester Service........................................ Herbert Howells (1892-1983) Toccata on Antioch............................................................................................Craig Phillips (b.1961) Steven Betancourt, organ Orchestra Dr. Colin Holman, director “Farandole” from L’Arlesienne.............................................................. Georges Bizet (1835-1875) Fantasia on “Greensleeves”................................................Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) Norwegian Dances................................................................. Edvard Hagerup Grieg (1843-1907)          Allegretto tranquillo          Allegro marcato Die Schlittenfahrt.......................................................... Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Sleigh Ride.............................................................................................. Leroy Anderson (1908-1975) University Chorus Kirsten Hedegaard, director O Come, O Come Emmanuel.................................................................... 15th Century Plainchant Wassail......................................................................................Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) O nata lux................................................................................................... Morten Lauridsen (b. 1943) Mary Had a Baby.....................................................................................................arr. William Dawson Still, Still, Still.............................................................................................................. arr. Norman Luboff Go Tell It on the Mountain............................................................................................arr. John Rutter Audience Singalong Medley 2 Loyola University Chicago


P R O G R A M N O T E S : D E C E M B E R 6 , 2 010 Audience Singalong Lyrics The First Noel arr. Mack Wilberg Audience join on verse 1 and 2; choir only verse 3

1. The first Noel the angel did say was to certain poor shepherds in fields as they lay; in fields as they lay, keeping their sheep, on a cold winter’s night that was so deep. Refrain: Noel, Noel, Noel, Noel, born is the King of Israel. 2. They looked up and saw a star shining in the east beyond them far, and to the earth it gave great light, and so it continued both day and night. Refrain 3. Then let us all with one accord sing praises to our heavenly Lord; that hath made heaven and earth of nought, and with his blood mankind hath bought. Refrain

Silent Night Franz Gruber Audience join on all three verses.

Joy to the World arr. John Rutter Audience join on verses 1, 2, and 4; choir only verse 3

1. Joy to the world, the Lord is come! Let earth receive her King; let every heart prepare him room, and heaven and nature sing, and heaven and nature sing, and heaven and nature sing. 2. Joy to the world, the Savior reigns! Let all their songs employ; while fields and floods, rocks, hills, and plains repeat the sounding joy, repeat the sounding joy, repeat the sounding joy. 3. No more let sins and sorrows grow, nor thorns infest the ground; he comes to make his blessings flow far as the curse is found, far as the curse is found, far as the curse is found. 4. He rules the world with truth and grace, and makes the nations prove the glories of his righteousness, and wonders of his love, and wonders of his love, and wonders of his love.

1. Silent night, holy night, all is calm, all is bright round yon virgin mother and child. Holy infant, so tender and mild, sleep in heavenly peace, sleep in heavenly peace. 2. Silent night, holy night, shepherds quake at the sight; glories stream from heaven afar, heavenly hosts sing Alleluia! Christ the Savior is born, Christ the Savior is born! 3. Silent night, holy night, Son of God, love’s pure light; radiant beams from thy holy face with the dawn of redeeming grace, Jesus, Lord, at thy birth, Jesus, Lord, at thy birth.

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P R O G R A M N O T E S ( c o n t .) Chamber Choir Translations In dulci jubilo (text: Germany, 14th Century) In dulci jubilio nun singet und seid froh. Unsers Herzens Wonne leit in praesepio, und leuchtet als die Sonne matris in gremio. Alpha es et O.

In sweet singing Sing now and be glad. Our hearts’ joy lies in a manger and shines like the sun in his mother’s lap. You are the beginning and end.

O Jesu parvule, nach dir ist mir so weh. Tröst mir mein Gemüte, o puer optime, durch alle deine Güte, o princeps gloriae! Trahe me post te!

O little Jesus, my heart yearns for you. Comfort my soul, O blessed child through all your goodness, O Prince of Glory! Draw me after you!

O patris caritas, o nati lenitas! Wir wären all verloren per nostra crimina, so hat er uns erworben coelorum gaudia. Eia, wärn wir da!

O love of the Father, O sweetness of the child! We were all lost because of our sins but He has earned us the joys of heaven. Ah, were we only there!

Ubi sunt gaudia? Where are the joys? Nirgend mehr denn da, Nowhere else than there, da die Engel singen where the angels sing nova cantica new songs, und die Schellen klingen and the bells ring in regis curia. in the King’s realm. Eia, wärn wir da! Ah, were we only there!

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J O YO L A Program for December 9, 2010 7:30 p.m. Jazz Band Scott Burns, director Freddie Freeloader.............................................................................. Miles Davis (1926-1991) arr. Les Hooper Let It Snow!.........................................Sammy Cahn (1913-1993)/Jule Styne (1905-1994) arr. Gordon Goodwin Greensleeves................................................................................................................... Traditional Nicholas Bush, alto sax; Justin LaForte, guitar; Maxx McGathey, piano; Aled Fain, bass; Maximilian Martini, drums Christmas Time Is Here................................................................Vince Guaraldi (1928-1976) arr. David Pugh We Three Kings Of Orient Are..................................John Henry Hopkins, Jr. (1820-1891) arr. Alan Baylock Wind Ensemble Frederick Lowe, director Slava!......................................................................................... Leonard Bernstein (1918–1990) trans. Clare Grundman Patapan..................................................................................................Shelley Hanson (b. 1964) Sleigh Ride...................................................................................Leroy Anderson (1908–1975) A Christmas Festival..................................................................Leroy Anderson (1908–1975)

COVER SPOTLIGHT The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, Chicago. The Auditorium Theatre is the crowning achievement of famed architects Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan. It opened in 1889 and its architectural integrity and perfect acoustics are internationally recognized. Photo by James Steinkamp Loyola University Chicago 5


P R O G R A M N O T E S : D E C E M B E R 9, 2 010 A Christmas Festival Lyrics Joy to the World Joy to the world, the Lord is come Let earth receive her King. Let ev’ry heart prepare Him room. And heav’n and nature sing. And heav’n and nature sing. And heav’n and heav’n and nature sing.

Silent Night Silent night, holy night; All is calm, all is bright Round yon Virgin Mother and child. Holy Infant so tender and mild, Sleep in heavenly peace, Sleep in heavenly peace.

Deck the Halls Deck the halls with boughs of holly, Fa la la la la, la la la la. ’Tis the season to be jolly, Fa la la la la, la la la la. Don we now our gay apparel, Fa la la, la la la, la la la. Troll the ancient Yuletide carol, Fa la la la la, la la la la.

Jingle Bells Dashing through the snow In a one-horse open sleigh, O’er the fields we go, Laughing all the way; Bells on bob-tail ring, Making spirits bright; What fun it is laugh and sing A sleighing song tonight.

God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen God rest ye merry, gentlemen, Let nothing you dismay, Remember, Christ, our Savior Was born on Christmas day, To save us all from Satan’s power When we were gone astray: O tidings of comfort and joy, Comfort and joy, O tidings of comfort and joy.

Refrain: Jingle bells, jingle bells Jingle all the way; Oh, what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh! (repeat)

Good King Wenceslas Good King Wenceslas looked out On the feast of Stephen When the snow lay round about Deep and crisp and even Brightly shone the moon that night Though the frost was cruel When a poor man came in sight Gath’ring winter fuel. Hark! the Herald Angels Sing Hark! the herald angels sing, “Glory to the newborn King, Peace on earth, and mercy mild, God and sinners reconciled!” Joyful, all ye nations rise, Join the triumph of the skies; With angelic host proclaim, “Christ is born in Bethlehem.” Hark! the herald angels sing, “Glory to the newborn King!” 6 Loyola University Chicago

O Come All Ye Faithful O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant, O come ye, O come ye, to Bethlehem. Come and behold him, born the King of angels; Refrain: O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord.


BIOGR APHIES Steven Betancourt is the Director of Music for Madonna della Strada Chapel and University Organist at Loyola University Chicago. He also teaches applied organ and directs the Schola Cantorum in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts. Additionally, he is a member of the auxiliary music staff of the Archdiocese of Chicago’s Office for Divine Worship and a consultant to The American Federation Pueri Cantores. Previously, Mr. Betancourt was the Director of Music Ministries and Organist at Immaculate Conception Church on Chicago’s northwest side. There, he led a vibrant program of four singing choirs, two ringing choirs, a contemporary ensemble, and troupe of liturgical dancers. Mr. Betancourt earned his B.A. in music education from Whittier College in California studying with Dr. Frances Nobert and David McVey. His M.M. from Indiana University-Bloomington was a double-major program in organ performance and church music. His teachers at Indiana included Drs. Larry Smith, Carla Edwards and Marilyn Keiser. Scott Burns is the director of the Loyola University Chicago Jazz Band and instructor of Applied Jazz Saxophone.   Mr. Burns earned his Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz and Studio Music from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, graduating at the top of his class. After gaining varied professional performing and teaching experience both regionally and internationally, he relocated to Chicago to attend DePaul University, where he earned his Master of Music degree in Jazz Studies.  While playing with DePaul’s award-winning jazz ensemble, Scott was a prominently featured soloist alongside legendary jazz performers Joe Lovano, Kenny Werner, Louis Bellson, and Tom Harrell, and received an outstanding soloist award from Down Beat magazine in 1999.    As an established member of the Chicago jazz scene, Mr. Burns frequently shares the stage as a leader and sideman with the area’s finest jazz musicians. His wideranging performing credits include select dates with popular singer/pianist Harry Connick Jr., national tours with the Mighty Blue Kings, and performances with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and Chicago Jazz Orchestra.  He has played at the JVC, Newport, and Chicago Jazz Fests and Sym-

phony Center, among many other festivals and venues, and has appeared with international jazz artists McCoy Tyner, David Hazeltine, Ira Sullivan, and Ahmad Jamal. Scott’s debut CD as a leader, Passages, was released on Origin Records to critical acclaim and features his original compositions. He can currently be heard performing in Chicago and the Midwest region.    Mr. Burns has been a guest soloist and clinician at the University of Cincinnati, University of Illinois, Bowling Green University, and Bloomington North High School (IN).  He has also taught at Columbia College, the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, and the Northwestern University High School Music Institute summer program, as well as maintaining a private teaching studio. Kirsten Hedegaard has enjoyed a duel career as a singer and conductor, hailed as “one of the most dynamic musicians of her generation”. As a soprano soloist, she has been praised for her voice that “blends beautifully” (Chicago Tribune) and “soars perfectly in the upper registers” (Barrington Quintessential). She has performed numerous Bach cantatas and baroque chamber music and has been a soloist with many early music specialists including Nicholas McGegan, Paul Hillier, Ivars Taurins, Kenneth Slowik, and John Butt. Ms. Hedegaard has sung with Tafelmusik, Philharmonia Baroque, the Newberry Consort, Ars Antiqua, the Opera Company and Bella Voce, among other ensembles. Also interested in contemporary music, Ms. Hedegaard has premiered several new works and was engaged as soprano soloist for an international tour of Louis Andriessens’s The Odyssey, with performances throughout the U.S. and the Netherlands. Currently on faculty at Loyola University Chicago, Ms. Hedegaard has taught conducting at Concordia University, River Forest and has conducted choirs and orchestras for various institutions including Eastman House, Chicago Children’s Choir, Gallery 37, Loyola Academy, and the University of California. She was guest conductor with Chicago Choral Artists for the 2009-10 season and is the former conductor for the Bella Voce Outreach program. In 2000, she co-founded The Musical Offering, a nonprofit music school in Evanston where she held the position of Executive Director until 2005. She also holds the position of Director of Music at the Presbyterian Church of Barrington. Loyola University Chicago 7


B I O G R A P H I E S ( c o n t .)

Ms. Hedegaard holds a B.M. from Northwestern University and her M.A. in conducting from the University of California, where she was assistant to Paul Hillier. In 2008, she was invited to be a conducting fellow at the Yale Norfolk Festival, studying with Simon Carrington. Dr. Colin Holman maintains an active professional career in Chicago where he divides his energies between conducting and musicology. Dr. Holman graduated from the University of Birmingham, England and was awarded a Direct Exchange Scholarship and a Graduate Honors Fellowship to complete his master’s degree in orchestral conducting and his Ph.D. in musicology from the University of Kansas, where he was a conducting student of George Lawner and Zuohuang Chen.   For two years Dr. Holman taught Japanese and American students at Teikyo Westmar University before moving to Chicago, where he has lectured at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at Northwestern University, Northern Illinois University, Wheaton College, and North Park University.   Dr. Holman’s extensive conducting credits include work in opera and musical theatre, with orchestras and concert bands, and in early music. Since moving to Chicago, he has conducted many of the orchestras in the area, including a tenure with the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra and guest appointments with the Wheaton College Symphony Orchestra, the Elgin Symphony Orchestra, the Harper Symphony Orchestra, the West Suburban Symphony Orchestra, and the Chicago Virtuosi. Dr. Holman began his tenure as Orchestra Director at Loyola University Chicago in the fall of 2007 and is Founding Conductor of the newly formed Fox Valley Orchestra. Charles Jurgensmeier, S.J. is currently Director of Music and Associate Professor of Music in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts at Loyola University Chicago. Before coming to Loyola, he was on the faculty at Creighton University in Omaha. For several years he performed with Opera Omaha and the Omaha Symphonic Chorus as singer, soloist, and conductor. He has given solo recitals in Holland, Italy, and Germany, as well as in Omaha, Cambridge, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. He has 8 Loyola University Chicago

worked as a church musician and choral director while pursuing his theological studies at the Weston Jesuit School of Theology and later at Loyola Marymount University during his doctoral studies. He continues to be active as a church musician as well as devoting his time and talents in the performance of early music, focusing on the choral music of J. S. Bach, Henry Purcell, Johann Valentin Rathgeber, O.S.B., and Marc-Antoine Charpentier. He is also active as a scholar, writing on Franz Schubert’s only psalm setting in Hebrew, Psalm 92, Tov lehodos, and on the Magnificat settings of the eighteenth-century German composer, Johann Valentin Rathgeber. He has presented and had papers published on Schubert in the United States and on Valentin Rathgeber during the First and Second Rathgeber International Symposiums (2008 and 2010) in Germany. Frederick Lowe conducts the Wind Ensemble and also directs the basketball pep band, the Band of Wolves. Mr. Lowe earned his bachelor of music degree at the University of Michigan, after which he directed the concert, symphonic, and marching bands and taught music theory and electronic music composition as Assistant Band Director at Lake Zurich (IL) High School. Mr. Lowe has pursued graduate conducting studies at Northwestern University, where he conducted the Contemporary Music Ensemble, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, and also assisted with the “Wildcat” Marching Band and the Men’s Basketball Band. Mr. Lowe has served as guest conductor with the Singapore Festival Winds and the McHenry County (IL) Youth Orchestras, he has judged several music festivals in the Chicago area, and he has served as a high school band guest clinician. His music analyses are published in the GIA Publications series Teaching Music Through Performance in Band, in both Volume VI and the recently released second edition of Volume I. Jeffrey Richards is the accompanist for the University Chorus.  He attended Michigan State University, and for seven years was the accompanist for the Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus. He has accompanied voice students for DePaul University and Northwestern University, and for students of acclaimed soprano Catherine Malfitano. He currently accompanies students of the Chicago School of Professional Singing and serves as organist for Bethlehem United Church of Christ in Chicago and Temple Chai in Long Grove.


CHAMBER CHOIR Jeffrey Barak Joshua Bartlett Marco Becerra, Jr. Vinson Danh Natalie Duthoy Lenore Ettinger Kelly Guo Timothy McAlister

Katherine Murphy Lauren Rogers Anna Schaffer Kristina Skul Elizabeth Spaargaren Chidinma Uchendu Kinga Kucharska

S C H O L A C A N TO R U M SOPRANO Margaret Hertel Stephanie Fernandes Ghislaine Feussom Jeanne Frisby-Zedan Cassandra Krupp Genevie Kuba Jessica Oester Lisa Sroka

ALTO Cat Dykstra Christine Echete Emily George Anastasia Kozyleva Teresa Kuruvilla Lana Larcher Katie MacKendrick Margaret McCoy

TENOR Nicholas Amatangelo Ken Echete BASS David Jackson Michael Masterton Michael Rossetti Brice Vinson

CHORUS SOPRANO Shannon Armstrong Morgan Barry Michelle Beggs Rachel Berg Alicia D’Agostino Lenore Ettinger Marissa Frederick Eileen Grogan Olivia Hurtgen Jenna Janiga Catherine Kauffmann Heather Kita Gwen Klemenz Karissa Lehman Lynnea Malley Anne Mccauly Brittany Montana Mattison Moran Victoria Mronga Selenia Murillo Kylie Pascente Emily Paul Amy Peterson Sophia Pimsler Christiana Prucnal Hollis Redmon Christel Richard Claire Schwab Kristina Skul Christine Smith Sara Snider Lisa Sroka Emily Tishler Ruth Tomuta Rachel Toporek Katherine Walther Kelsey Welch

ALTO Sasha Attoh Rebekah Babis Madison Bailey Christina Brandt Rachel Christiansen Cherice Costentino Michelle Crisp Anna Dauzvardis Alison Drumm Emily Frankman Kelly Guo Diane Haberkorn Elizabeth Hanson Candace Hurt Antoinette Isama Madison Johnston Ann Leither Alexis Matesi Melissa Meier Brienne Moore Katharine Mosher Cajuana Newman Erin Nordquist Brittany Price Claudia Salvador Alex Scharf Kelly Schmitz Priya Shah Anna Sherman Jessica Starr Haein Sung Chidinma Uchendu

TENOR Joshua Bartlett Marco Becerra Alex Chellberg Daniel Chung Vince Danh Andrew Ferrer Glen Fielder Mark Heard Tyler Hughes David Lancelle Randy Martinez Fotis Manousogianakis Benjamin Sajdak Max Senn Michael Sepulveda Michael Tomczak Joshua Zepeda BASS Jacob Ahnen Jeff Barak William Beischel Evan Czerwonka Benton Fletcher Mark Foley Chase Hanley Eric Holmes Richie Magallon Zach Martinez Timothy McAlister Simon Morgan Jonathon Paloma Mark Peterson Victor Reyes Michael Scaramelli Jonathon Swift Jackson Tenclay Brice Vinson Loyola University Chicago 9


ORCHESTR A VIOLIN I Ana Bottecchia Anne Burkhardt Logan Finucan Claire Gaddis Nigel Le Amit Mittal Cristina Roy Momoko Takahashi Daniel Ventura

CLARINET Karolina Krawczyk John O’Hara

Elizabeth Pelker Rachel Wood CELLO Geneva Costopoulos Megan Crompton Christopher Hunt Rachel Jussel Irene Karapas Kara Kwiatkowski Rachel Mignin Mehrdad Niroumandpour Susan White

VIOLIN II Rebecca Bowman Megan Carnes Megan Gluchman Paul Guziewski Elizabeth Hanford Agnieszka Kukla Molly O’Brien Alexandra Rosales Annarita Tanzi Vithya Vazhakoottathil

BASS Jeremy Beyer Amy Warmenhoven

FRENCH HORN Hannah Dwyer Alek Weismantel  TRUMPET Rebecca Brantley Tynan Green Katherine Manos PERCUSSION Emily Bolte Thomas Moushey

FLUTE Hanna Green Morgan Pitz

HARP Jennifer Gomulka

OBOE Abigail  Levy Reana Thomas  

VIOLA Courtney Bowe Elaine Disbro Colleen Hautzinger Kelly Lavieri

BASSOON Thomas Jones Derek Kane

LUC Orchestra uses rotating seating.  Players are listed alphabetically by section.

UNIVERSIT Y WIND ENSEMBLE PICCOLO Sarah Ellis Hannah Green Haley Keegan Colleen Sewing FLUTE Sarah Ellis Hannah Green Amy Jurczak Haley Keegan Joseph LaMagnaReiter Colleen Sewing Meghan Verbus Meagan Yothment Rebecca Youssef OBOE Erin Baumann Olivia Chan Abigail Levy Reana Thomas ENGLISH HORN Abigail Levy BASSOON Thomas Bailey Jones II Jeremy Mozwecz Emily Mueller

CLARINET Roberta Anglin Agnes Bider Emily A. Caminiti Nick Fiarito Diane Garcia Courtney Grimes Kathy Jurczak Romina Khouri Lindsey Kramer Katie Lamont Ieva Misiūnaite Ashleigh Nichols John O’Hara Maritza Pinto Sarah Wolpoff

TENOR SAXOPHONE Aasim Chowdhry Connor Sewing

TROMBONE Erol Atac Thomas Boisseau Mike Welch

BARITONE SAXOPHONE Robby DeGraff

EUPHONIUM Janine Bologna Caryn Pavlak

HORN Ruthie Bisek Laura Grenlin Aaron Kirkman Tim Nickels Aleksander R. Weismantel

TUBA Mirza Krijestorac Brian May

BASS CLARINET Jewell N. Briggs

TRUMPET Kevin Dorsey Jessica Drafke Bob Farris Nicholas Hadjokas Edward Loy Ashley Lundgren Zachary Parsons Ian Rogers Chris Urbon Nikolaus Weiner

SOPRANO SAXOPHONE Justin Hike ALTO SAXOPHONE Roxie Able Justin Hike Kendra Holewa Luke Mirabelli

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PERCUSSION Mason Brown Michael Comer Cassy Gerber Mason Jenkins Diana Lester Ariana Loehr Thomas M. Moushey James Wentz † The Wind Ensemble uses rotating seating. Players are listed alphabetically.


JA Z Z B A N D ALTO SAX Nicholas Bush Evan Czerwonka TENOR SAX Justin Howe Connor Sewing BARITONE SAX Eric Pedone   TRUMPET Tynan Alexander Green Cory Engler Nicholas Hadjokas Ashley Lundgren

TROMBONE Erol Atac Claire DeGrazia *Raphael Crawford BASS TROMBONE Mike Welch PIANO Maxx McGathey GUITAR Justin LaForte

BASS Aled Fain Benjamin Pellitieri DRUMS & PERCUSSION Dylan Andrews Stevenson Valentor VIBRAPHONE & PERCUSSION Cassandra Gerber *guest performer

M U S I C FAC U LT Y Kyle Asche Steven Betancourt Scott Burns William Cernota Robert Dillon Victor Garcia Kirsten Hedegaard Colin Holman Christine Hwang Charles Jurgensmeier, S.J. Haysun Kang Julie Koidin

Rebecca Kornick Benjamin Le Clair Gustavo Leone Rick Lowe Kelli Morgan McHugh Anthony Molinaro Keith Murphy Andrea Di Orio Cameron Smith Steve Suvada MingHuan Xu

D E PA R TM E N T O F F I N E A N D P E R F O R M I N G A R T S S TA F F Interim Chair........................................................................................................... Mark E. Lococo Director of Music.............................................................................. Charles Jurgensmeier, S.J. Managing Director................................................................................................April Browning Director of Public Programming........................................................................ Jennie Martin Operations Manager................................................................................................Scott Heston Management Assistants.................................. Andrew Dillon, Maddie Lenarz Hooyman, Chris Thompson Office Assistant...........................................................................................................Marta Wasko Box Office Manager............................................................................................. James Dunford Box Office Staff......................................................................................Owen Brittan, Ysatis Hill, Sara Hubbard, Candace Hurt, Kathryn Siemianowski, Margaret Tomasik, Rachel Toporek, Daniel Tsang, Alyssa Vitale Student Publicists.......................................................................... Jose Nateras, Sallyann Price MUSIC EVENTS CREW Evan Fazio, Manager of Events Jacob Ahnen Monica Dennis Robert Farris

Chris Hunt Yoni Manolopoulos Rachel Wood Loyola University Chicago 11


UPCOMING CONCERTS Chamber Ensembles Concert Tuesday, December 7 | 7:30 p.m. | FREE Mundelein Center, 14th floor A Boy Was Born: Music Revelry for Christmas Featuring the William Ferris Chorale | $7-25 Saturday, December 11 | 7:30 p.m. Madonna della Strada Chapel Haysun Kang: In Concert Friday, February 11 | 7:30 p.m. | FREE Auditorium, Mundelein Center A B O U T L O Y O L A U N I V E R S I T Y ’ S D E PA R TM E N T O F F I N E A N D P E R F O R M I N G A R T S

Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts aligns the creative energies of dance, music, theatre and visual arts to provide quality arts education to students. This interdisciplinary collaboration, and the renovation of two arts facilities on the Lake Shore Campus, has inspired a renaissance of the arts on campus. This year’s public programming includes over 70 innovative events engaging several art forms. For information and events, visit LUC.edu/DFPA. Box Office Contact Information Phone: 773.508.3847 Email: BoxOffice@LUC.edu   Hours are from Noon to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday in Mundelein 1302, and an hour before curtain on performance days. Tickets can also be ordered online at LUC.tix.com. Information   The taking of photographs and the use of any type of recording devices are not allowed in the theatre during performances and are a violation of state and federal copyright laws. Tape or film will be confiscated.   Electronic pagers and portable phones should be given to the house manager, who will notify patrons in the event that they are paged, if it is necessary that they be contacted during the performance.   Patrons wearing alarm watches are respectfully requested to turn them off before entering the theatre. Patrons are asked to turn off portable phones before entering the theatre.    Lost and Found information may be exchanged at the Box Office; please call 773.508.3847.    Smoking is prohibited.    If you have any questions about the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, or would like to volunteer or support the theatre program in any way please call us at 773.508.7510, visit our website at LUC.edu/DFPA, or check out our blog at blogs.LUC.edu/artsalive Thanks again for your patronage! 12 Loyola University Chicago


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