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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT In spite of the mild winter, we are still yearning for spring, and the Conservatory has a fine roster of events to help spur it along! Save the date for a special evening of Swing, Swing, Swing! Members of our Woodwind, Brass, Percussion, and Jazz faculty have come together to create the Conservatory Big Band and they’ll be performing for a wonderful evening of music and dancing at the Astor Hotel on Juneau Avenue on Friday, June 1 at 8:00pm. Join us for great music from the Big Band era of the 1930s and 40s—we’ll party like it’s 1939! As of this writing, we do not yet know the outcome of the Batterman Ensemble’s trip to New York, February 17-20, to participate in the Charles Mingus High School Jazz Competition, but whatever the prize, the experience has already been monumental for the six participating students. We asked them to share what this experience has meant to them so far and here are a few comments: “I’m very excited for the trip to New York. I’ve been practicing for hours on end in preparation and can’t wait to compete!” “I have never been to New York City. I am extremely excited to go there and play and work with other talented colleagues as well as watch, listen to, and learn from some of the best jazz musicians in the country.” “The Batterman Foundation and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music have given me endless opportunities to pursue my true love, jazz trumpet. Traveling to New York… is the culmination of four months of hard work and dedication. I have formed lasting relationships with the other musicians in my combo while we worked toward the goal of qualifying and now competing in this national competition.” “Making this competition is one of the best things in my life. It’s a reward for all the hours of practice I put in everyday and the dedication I have to learn this music to the best of my ability.” While only a select few have been enabled to travel to New York, each of our students makes us proud every day as they work toward and accomplish their goals. Enjoy the concert!

The Conservatory of Music would like to thank the following sponsors for making all of these concerts possible. “Music for Every Stage” begins with your generosity....

Katharine and Sandy Mallin

The Eric D. Batterman Memorial Grant

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Stephen Foster: American Dreamer Sunday, March 11, 2012 | 3:00pm Jenny Gettel, soprano J. Mark Baker, baritone Teresa Drews, piano Tatiana Migliaccio, violin Old Folks at Home My Old Kentucky Home Camptown Races

Stephen Collins Foster (1826–1864)

Hard Times, Come Again No More Old Dog Tray Ah! May the Red Rose Live Alway Wilt Thou Be Gone, Love? The Soirée Polka (piano solo) If You’ve Only Got a Moustache Jenny’s Coming O’er the Green Gentle Annie The Glendy Burk INTERMISSION Oh! Susanna Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair Beautiful Dreamer The Village Maiden Ring, Ring the Banjo Old Black Joe There Are Plenty of Fish in the Sea That’s What’s the Matter Beautiful Dreamer (reprise) Some Folks Concert Sponsors:

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BIOGR APHIES Jenny Gettel, soprano WCM faculty member since 2002. MM Vocal Performance, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana; BM Choral Education, Lawrence University. Ms. Gettel is soprano soloist with the chamber group Great Lakes Baroque. She also served as principal soprano soloist with Ensemble Musical Offering, where she worked with Stanley Ritchie, Marion Verbruggen, Joshua Rifkin, and other Baroque specialists. Ms. Gettel has appeared as soloist with Present Music, Bach Chamber Choir, Racine Symphony, and Skylight Opera, where she performed in a cycle of Monteverdi operas under the direction of Stephen Wadsworth. Ms. Gettel taught voice at Alverno College, general music at New World Montessori, 81st Street School, and in the Whitefish Bay Public Schools. She is a founding member of the a cappella group Polyhymnia and is director of contemporary music at St. Boniface Episcopal Church in Mequon. J. Mark Baker, baritone WCM faculty member since 2006. DMA, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign; MM, Illinois State University; BM, University of Montevallo (AL). J. Mark Baker is an experienced singer, choral conductor, church musician, and music educator. As a professional member of the Chicago Symphony Chorus he sang under the direction of today’s leading conductors and was a recipient of the CSC’s Margaret Hillis Foundation scholarship for continuing vocal studies. Locally, he has been the baritone soloist in performances of Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, Mozart’s Solemn Vespers, Fauré’s Requiem, and Ariel Ramirez’s Misa Criolla, among others. As a music editor, Dr. Baker has prepared a five-volume Anthology of Italian Opera, a four-volume set of Mozart opera arias, and the collected songs of Maurice Ravel.

Teresa Drews, piano WCM faculty member since 2003. MM in piano performance, Peabody Conservatory of Music of the Johns Hopkins University; BM cum laude in piano performance, Northwestern University. Member, Pi Kappa Lambda. At the Conservatory, Ms. Drews maintains a large private piano studio and also teaches group piano classes for children through adult. Through Conservatory Connections, she has taught general music and piano to K4-12th grade students at Holy Redeemer Christian Academy and the DanielsMardak Boys and Girls Club, as well as serving as the piano teacher for the “Mature Musicians” program at Alexian Village. An active performer in the Milwaukee area, she often collaborates with WCM faculty and other area musicians and is the staff accompanist at Alverno College. She has studied with Sylvia Wang, Ann Schein, and Seth Knopp, and performed in master classes by David Burge and Menahem Pressler. Prior to moving to Milwaukee, Ms. Drews taught piano in Baltimore, Maryland at the Friends School and The Music Workshop. Tatiana Migliaccio, viola WCM faculty member since 2005. Violinist Tatiana Migliaccio was born in the Ukraine and graduated from the Musical College of Ternopil. She later completed study at the Lviv Conservatory with degrees in Master of Chamber Music Performance and Pedagogy. After coming to the United States in 1994, she became a member of numerous orchestras, became a member of the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music faculty in 2005, successively teaching violin, music theory and chamber music to WCM students. Along with her teaching, Tatiana currently plays in the Wisconsin Philharmonic, Green Bay, Kenosha and Festival City Symphony Orchestras.

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Monday, March 19, 2012 | 7:30pm Jeanyi Kim, violin Alexander “Sascha” Mandl, violin Erin Pipal*, guest viola Adrien Zitoun, cello String Quartet No. 1 in E-flat Major, Op. 12 Felix Mendelssohn Adagio non troppo – Allegro non tardante (1809-1847) Canzonetta: Allegretto Andante espressivo Molto allegro e vivace String Quartet No. 3 in F Major, Op. 73 Dmitri Shostakovich Allegretto (1906-1975) Moderato con moto Allegro non troppo Adagio Moderato INTERMISSION String Quartet No. 12 in E-flat Major, Op. 127 Maestoso – Allegro Adagio, ma non troppo e molto cantabile Scherzando vivace Allegro

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

* Ms. Erin Higuchi Pipal will be sitting in for Mr. Nathan Hackett, who is on leave of absence for the remainder of the season. Concert Sponsors:

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BIOGR APHIES Jeanyi Kim, violin Jeanyi Kim is the Associate Concertmaster (Third Chair) of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and Concertmaster of the Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra. As an orchestral musician, the Toronto native has performed in illustrious venues around the world, including Carnegie Hall, the Barbican Centre, Salle Pleyel and the Concertgebouw. She has been a Guest Assistant Leader of the London Symphony Orchestra under Valery Gergiev. The recipient of the Yale Bach Society Award and the Stuart Walker Memorial Scholarship, Kim holds a doctorate degree from Yale University, from which she also earned her MMA, MM, and BA degrees. Her major teachers include Erick Friedman, Kyung Yu, Berl Senofsky and Rebecca Henry. Dr. Kim has been a faculty member of the Elm City ChamberFest and the Eleazar de Carvalho Festival in Brazil. Alexander Mandl, violin Brazilian violinist and conductor, Alexander Mandl, maintains a diverse career as soloist, conductor, chamber and orchestra musician, and educator. A versatile musician, Mandl has performed worldwide at renowned halls, including Alice Tully, the Memorial of Latin America, Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Carnegie Music Hall. As a soloist and orchestra musician, he has collaborated with notable conductors, such as Eleazar de Carvalho, Gunther Herbig, Claudio Santoro, Lawrence Leighton Smith, Robert Shaw, and Krzysztof Penderecki. Most recently, he has conducted and soloed with the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra, and the Paraiba Symphony Orchestra. A dedicated and passionate chamber musician, Mandl has collaborated with eminent artists, such as YoYo Ma, Jian Wang, Humberto Lucarelli, Erick Friedman, Sidney Harth, Nai-Yuan Hu, Aldo Parisot, Frank Morelli, João Carlos Martins, Amit Peled and Todd Levy. He is a founding member of the Philomusica Quartet, Yale Piano Trio, and Quintessence Piano Quintet, which performs in the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series, with live broadcast on WFMT, Chicago. Currently, Mandl is the Concertmaster of the Kenosha Symphony and the Beloit-Janesville Symphony orchestras, Assistant Concertmaster of the Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra, Conductor of the Elm City ChamberFest orchestra, Music Director/Conductor of the Lakeshore Youth Philharmonic, and guest conductor of the Paraiba Symphony in Brazil. A

recipient of Andrew Carnegie Tradition Award, the Yale Alumni Award and the prestigious Ivan Galamian Award, Dr. Mandl serves on the faculties of the University of WisconsinParkside, Wisconsin Lutheran College, the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, Elm City ChamberFest, the MIMU International festival in Brazil and performs at the Sunflower Music Festival. In 2002, Mandl recorded for CD Baby’s Heavenly Lullabies dedicated to the orphans of 9/11, produced in New York City, and J.S. Bach’s E major concerto with the UFPB Chamber Orchestra (Brazil) under the direction of maestro Sidney Harth. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon, BFA; Yale University, MM and AD; and UW-Madison, DMA, Mandl has recently edited Leopoldo Miguez’s Violin Sonata Op. 14. Erin Pipal, guest viola Erin Pipal plays viola in the Milwaukee Symphony and Milwaukee Ballet orchestras. Her past chamber music experience includes: being violist of the Arianna Quartet when they achieved First Prizes in Fischoff, Coleman and Carmel competitions; being one of the early violists of the Miro Quartet; and invaluable coachings with the Vermeer Quartet. Erin enjoys the challenge of cooking meals deemed edible to her two sons, Felix and Anton. Her husband, Krystof Pipal, will eat almost anything. Adrien Zitoun, cello Cellist Adrien Zitoun joined the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra in 2001. That year, as a member of the Eusia String Quartet, he was awarded the Gold medal at the Fischoff Chamber Music Competition. In his native land of France, Mr. Zitoun studied musicology at the University of Sorbonne in Paris for one year, before being accepted into the National Superior Conservatory of Music in Lyon, where he studied cello with Yvan Chiffoleau. At this time, he also played with the Ensemble Orchestral de Mâcon and Symphony Orchestra of Lyon-Villerbanne and taught at the Privas and Brignais School of Music. In 1996, he obtained scholarships that enabled him to continue his music studies in the United States. Here, Mr. Zitoun earned his Artist Diploma and a Masters of Music from Indiana University, where he studied with Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi and Janós Starker. An active teacher, Mr. Zitoun is on the faculty at Wisconsin Lutheran College, and has a handful of dedicated private students.

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The Traditional & The Contemporary:

Jason Behr Sunday, April 1, 2012 | 3:00pm Jason Behr, classical guitar Program to be announced from the stage. Concert Sponsors:

BIOGR APHIES Jason Behr – Classical Guitar WCM faculty member since 2009. M.M. in classical guitar performance, Peck School of the Arts, UW-Milwaukee; B.F.A., UW-Milwaukee in collaboration with the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. Since the age of 18, Mr. Behr has been an active teacher and performer in the Milwaukee metropolitan area. While studying under Professor Rene Izquierdo, Mr. Behr was afforded the opportunity to participate in master classes by guitarists including The Assad Brothers, Jorge Caballero, Jerome Ducharme, Marcin Dylla, Evgenij Gridiushko, William Kanengiser, The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, Lorenzo Micheli, Jorge

Morel, and Michael Partington, among others. In addition to teaching, Mr Behr is a member of the Milwaukee Guitar Quartet and maintains an active performance schedule around Milwaukee and abroad. In 2008, Mr. Behr was asked by composer Carlos Rivera to record Cancion, his acclaimed solo work for classical guitar. In 2009, composer and guitarist Štepán Rak requested Mr. Behr to perform the American premiere of his new work titled Royal Suite. Mr. Behr was a recipient of the Dr. Shinichi Suzuki scholar award in 2010. For more information, please visit his website at

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Soul Jazz

Thursday, April 5, 2012 | 7:30pm Eric Jacobson, trumpet Jason Todd*, guest tenor saxophone Paul Silbergleit, guitar Mark Davis, piano Jeff Hamann, bass David Bayles, drums We Six gets soulful and funky with the music of Lou Donaldson, Blue Mitchell, Grant Green and others. Program to be announced from the stage. *Mr. Jason Todd will be sitting in for Mr. Eric Schoor on tenor saxophone for this concert. We Six Concert Series Sponsor:

Theodore W. Batterman Family Foundation: Eric D. Batterman Memorial Grant Sponsors:

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BIOGR APHIES Eric Jacobson, trumpet WCM faculty member since 2008. Eric Jacobson is a professional trumpet player, clinician, composer and private instructor residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Eric freelances in the Milwaukee and Chicago area playing in groups such as D’CalleSon, De La Buena, Kings Go Forth, Tristan Royalty Squad, Jeno/Eric Latin Sextet, and leading his own jazz quintet. As of 2011 Eric is now a member of the talented We Six resident jazz sextet. Eric has been fortunate to experience performances and lessons with well-known artists such as Maynard Ferguson, Slide Hampton, Brian Lynch, Jim Rotondi, Tim Hagans,Tito Puente Jr., Eric Benet, and Wynton Marsalis. Eric was recently recognized in Jazzscope magazine by David Hoffman as having “a gorgeous round sound on both the trumpet and flugelhorn” and “on his way to being a jazz giant.” Eric has also taught at MYSO jazz studies, Wauwatosa West High School Jazz Ensemble and assisting the Wauwatosa West Marching Band. In 2001 Eric released his debut jazz CD entitled Inspiration which features some of Milwaukee’s best jazz musicians as well as New York trumpet sensation Brian Lynch. Eric just released his second Album in 2011 called Two A.M. Live at the Jazz Estate. Between 2010 and 2011 Eric toured with Kings Go Forth, traveling in 48 states, 15 countries. Jason Todd, guest tenor saxophone Jason Todd is a Milwaukee based tenor saxophone player. He has played in bands under the leadership of Melvin Rhyne, Gerald Cannon, and Vincent Davis. He has also shared the stage with Brian Blade, Louis Bellson,

David Hazeltine, and Dan Nimmer. Early projects included founding the Milwaukee Creative Music Ensemble in the early 1990’s. His newest group is Ten Million, a structured free jazz duo with drummer Vincent Davis. Paul Silbergleit, guitar WCM faculty member since 1996. B.A., Oberlin College. An accomplished jazz composer as well as performer, Mr. Silbergleit has played clubs, concert halls, and festivals throughout the area as both a leader and a sideman. He has appeared with Jack McDuff, Jon Faddis, Richie Cole, Tierney Sutton, Melvin Rhyne, Brian Lynch, David Hazeltine, and the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, among others. Both his 1996 debut CD Silberglicity (on which other Conservatory faculty members are featured) and his 2003 release, My New Attitude, have made it onto the jazz charts with nationwide airplay, and he can also be heard on the 2005 We Six CD Bird Say. Mr. Silbergleit also teaches at Cardinal Stritch University, and is a featured instructor in Hal Leonard’s Guitar Licks Goldmine DVD series. Mark Davis, piano WCM faculty member since 1992. B.S., with honors, Skidmore College. Mr. Davis is Jazz Department Chair and a member of the Conservatory’s We Six. His WCM instructors included Adelaide Banaszynski and David Hazeltine. Later studies included work with jazz legend Barry Harris. He has performed with many jazz luminaries, including Jimmy Heath, Charles McPherson, Slide Hampton, Brian Lynch, and Frank Morgan. He is also on the faculty of Wisconsin Lutheran College, Cardinal Stritch University and Alverno College.

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B I O G R A P H I E S ( c o n t .) Mr. Davis can be heard on the We Six CD Bird Say.

25th Anniversary Season of Celebrations World-Class Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque ensembles performing in landmark Milwaukee Venues

2012 Feb 18 ♦ All Saints’ Cathedral “The Dawn of Joy” Gourmet Dinner following

Mar 17 ♦ UWM Zelazo Center “New Waves in Ferrara” 3:00 Silent Auction and Reception

Apr 21 ♦ St. Joseph Chapel “Blaze of Glory”

Jeff Hamann, bass WCM faculty member since 1998. A member of the Conservatory’s We Six jazz sextet, Mr. Hamann attended the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, winning first place in the Jazz Studies Scholarship competition four years in a row. He has worked as a clinician and jazz festival judge in the Milwaukee, Kenosha and Waukesha public schools as well as at UW-Milwaukee, UW-Madison and UW-Green Bay. Performing with such well-known artists as Frank Morgan, Marlena Shaw, Steve Allen, and Eric Alexander, he has toured throughout the Midwest and has appeared at Jazz Yantra in Bombay, India. Jeff is also the bassist on Michael Feldman’s Whad’Ya Know show, airing Saturdays on Wisconsin Public Radio and broadcast nationally on NPR stations. He can be heard on the 2005 We Six CD Bird Say. David Bayles, drums WCM faculty member since 1997. B.F.A. Music Education UW-Milwaukee. A member of the Conservatory’s We Six, Mr. Bayles has worked with such jazz artists as Slide Hampton, Barry Harris, David Hazeltine, Brian Lynch, Jack McDuff, Bob Mintzer, Frank Morgan, James Moody, Melvin Rhyne, and Ernie Watts. Dave performs at jazz clubs and music festivals throughout the Midwest. Recording credits include the Luis Diaz Quintet (On the Edge), the Curt Hanrahan Quintet (Hang Time), the Juli Wood Quintet (Movin’ and Groovin’) and the 2005 We Six CD Bird Say. Dave’s orchestral credits include timpani with the Rome Festival Orchestra and percussion with the Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra. As a clinician for Yamaha Music Corporation and Zildjian Cymbals, he travels and teaches widely throughout the U.S. and Canada. Dave also teaches percussion at UW-Parkside in Kenosha, WI. ♦ 225.3113    10

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Tribute to Steel String Guitar Icons:

Matthew Schroeder & Peter Roller Thursday, April 19, 2012 | 7:30pm Matthew Schroeder, guitar Peter Roller, guitar Program to be announced from the stage. Concert Sponsors:

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BIOGR APHIES Matthew Schroeder, guitar WCM Faculty member since 1992. B.F.A. with honors in Guitar Performance, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Matthew Schroeder is a Milwaukee based WAMI (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) winning guitarist who is equally at home on acoustic or electric guitar. Matt is one of a handful of players to graduate, with honors, from the shortlived cooperative program between The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music and The University of WisconsinMilwaukee with a performance degree in American fingerstyle guitar. As a fingerstyle guitarist, Mr. Schroeder studied under John Stropes. He has performed in America and Canada, been featured on local television and radio, and can be heard on the CD compilation American FingerStyle Guitar circa 1999. His debut CD Signal was released April 2006. Matt currently performs acoustically as a soloist, in a duo with vocalist Lynda Lee and with the trio La Guitarra. As a rock guitarist, Mr. Schroeder has performed extensively throughout the Midwest and beyond. Past Bands include Blackfish, Pet Engine, Steve Grimm and the Thrill Cats, and Jamie Jess, and the WAMIaward winning Barbeez. Matt is also a featured instructor on the Hal Leonard DVDs Acoustic Guitar Licks Goldmine and Rock Guitar Licks Goldmine, which were released in Spring 2011.

Peter Roller, guitar Peter Roller has been exploring guitar styles in a variety of cultural directions since discovering music like the blues of Mississippi, Fred McDowell and the Bluegrass of Flatt & Scruggs as a teen. Over the past thirty years, while working as a professional musician and college instructor, he has written a body of guitar-led original music that leans variously towards Hawaiian slack key, bossa nova, Piedmont blues, and steel guitar jazz. Roller released the CD Blue Fog in 2010, which includes an ensemble version of his lap slide instrumental “Rancho Mirage”— previously heard as a solo on the widely popular Narada compilation Masters of Acoustic Guitar. Roller is based in Milwaukee and teaches in the Music Department at Alverno College. He has played and recorded with prominent area performers, including bluesman Steve Cohen, worldbeat band Paul Cebar & the Milwaukeeans, and gospel quartet the Masonic Wonders. Previously, Roller was the guitar accompanist for first generation country bluesman Yank Rachell, acting as producer and playing on his Blind Pig release Blues Mandolin Man. Roller continues to write guitar music based in Roots styles, with a goal of getting more of his original music onto television and other media--like the use of “Rancho Mirage” on Japanese TV in recent years. He participated in the Hal Leonard DVD and Internet guitar instruction series Guitar Licks Goldmine (2011), teaching slide, fingerstyle and electric guitar techniques on the Acoustic and Blues discs.

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