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Micah Wolf performs senior recital


Micah Wolf, University of the Cumberlands senior and music education major, performs at his senior recital on Saturday, March 5, at UC’s Nell Moore Recital Hall.

WILLIAMSBURG, Ky.—University of the Cumberlands senior and music education major Micah Wolf performed his senior recital on Saturday, March 5 at the Nell Moore Recital Hall on the UC campus. Wolf, a tenor, was accompanied by adjunct instructor Kay Dawn McFarland on piano.

Wolf sang “Vaghissima sembianza” by Stefano Donaudy; “Vedi quel ruscelletto” by Benedetto Marcello; Robert Schumann’s “Im wunderchönen Monat Mai,” “Aus meinen Tränen spriessen,” “Die Rose, die Lilie, die Taube” and “Ich grolle nicht”; Gabriel Fauré’s “Le Secret” and “Rêve d’ Amour”; Antonin Dvořák’s “I will sing new songs”; “What Wondrous Love is This, arranged by Larry Moore; “On to Higher Ground,” arranged by Mark Hayes; “Who is Silvia?” from Gerald Finzi’s “Let Us Garlands Bring, Op. 18”; “Autumn Evening” from Roger Quilter’s “Four Songs, Op. 14”; “Everyday is Ladies Day” from Victor Herbert’s “The Red Mill”; “Only with You” from Maury Yeston’s “Nine”; and “The Coming of the Dawn” from Mark Baron’s “Frankenstein: A New Musical.”

Wolf’s recital was given in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music in Music Education degree.

Wolf is from London, Ky. and is a student of Dr. Jeff Smoak, chair of the music department.

Upcoming concerts are as follows:

March 22: Matt Pyles, senior percussion recital

March 29: Instrumental faculty recital

April 2: Amanda Campbell, senior vocal recital

April 7: Show choir

April 12: Chamber ensembles

April 14: Cumberland Singers

April 17: Concert Band

April 18: Jazz Ensemble

April 19: Chorale

April 20: Percussion Ensemble

April 30: Honors recital