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Upcoming Concert Schedule:

September 29, 2012
“The Lady of Boston and Munich: From Brimmer Street to Brienner Strasse, The Songs of Margaret Ruthven Lang”
SUNY Fredonia
4:00 p.m. Rosch Hall
Fredonia, NY

October 8, 2012
Southeastern Louisiana University
Fanfare Festival
Franklinton, LA

February 15, 2013
“Cheerfulness follows the storm, and laughs! The songs and arias of Joseph Weigl”
West Virginia University
7:30 p.m.

March 22, 2013
“Cheerfulness follows the storm, and laughs! The songs and arias of Joseph Weigl”
SUNY Potsdam
Potsdam, NY

July 6, 2013
“Dem Sturme folgte die Heiterkeit, und lacht!” Liederabend, Songs and Arias of Joseph Weigl
Esterházy Festival
Eisenstadt, Austria


Past Performances:

July 28, 2008
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
International Performing Arts Institute
Kiefersfelden, Germany

July 29, 2008
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other”
TOPOpera Festival
Maurach, Austria

September 25, 2008
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
University of South Carolina, Columbia

September 27, 2008
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other”
Highlands Chapter of VMTA
Virginia Tech, Squires Recital Salon
Blacksburg, VA

October 4, 2008
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other”
Richmond Music Teachers Association
Richmond, VA

November 6, 2008
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
Opening Concert West Virginia Music Teachers Association
State Conference
Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, WV

November 7, 2008
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other” and
Master Class
WVMTA State Conference
Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, WV

November 9, 2008
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA

November 20, 2008
“Fair Maidens, Magic Harps and Castles by the Sea: Rediscovering the Romantic Melodramas of Schubert,
Schumann, Liszt, Wagner and Strauss”
Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam
Potsdam, NY

November 21, 2008
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other”
Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam
Potsdam, NY

January 25, 2009
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
Mary Baldwin College
Staunton, VA

March 28-April 1, 2009
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other”
MTNA National Conference
Atlanta, GA

April 5, 2009
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
CMS Great Plains Chapter Conference
UMKC Conservatory
Kansas City, MO

April 14, 2009
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other”
West Virginia University
11:30-12:30
Master Class
4:00-6:00 p.m.

April 29, 2009
“Fair Maidens, Magic Harps and Castles by the Sea: Rediscovering the Romantic Melodramas of Schubert, Schumann, Liszt, Wagner and Strauss”
Northern Virginia Music Teachers Association

April 29, 2009
Benefit Concert
Aldersgate United Methodist Church
Alexandria, VA
7:30 p.m.

May 24, 2009 – June 8, 2009
Master Classes and Performances
Shenyang Conservatory, China

July 12 – August 2, 2009
Recitals and Master Classes
International Performing Arts Institute
Munich and Kiefersfelden, Germany

September 22, 2009
“The Lady of Boston and Munich: From Brimmer Street to Brienner Strasse, The Songs of Margaret Ruthven Lang”
West Virginia University

October 22-25, 2009
“Heinrich Heine and Du bist wie eine Blume: Transcending Borders, Cultures and Time”
CMS National Conference
Portland, OR

October 26, 2009
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR

February 24, 2010
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV

March 19-20, 2010
“The Female Citizen: The Long March to Equality Expressed Through the Music of Margaret Ruthven Lang and the Poets She Set To Music”
CMS Northeast Chapter Regional Conference
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT

March 29, 2010
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, MI

March 30, 2010
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other”
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, MI

April 11, 2010
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
Chopin Club President’s Concert – Music Mansion
Providence, RI

May 31- June 14, 2010
Master Classes and Recitals
Shenyang Conservatory
China

July 5-27, 2010
International Performing Arts Institute
Munich and Kiefersfelden, Germany

September 18, 2010
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other” and Master Class
Central Virginia Music Teachers Association
Lynchburg, VA

September 19, 2010
“The Old Wicked Songs of Heinrich Heine”
University of Richmond
Richmond, VA

October 16-17, 2010
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other”
New York State Music Teachers Association State Conference
College of St. Rose
Albany, NY

November 10-13, 2010
“Franz Liszt as Collaborator: His Enigmatic Songs of Laura,
Love and Longing”
WV/VA MTA Conference
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA

June 17-25, 2011
WVU Bavarian Summer Voice and Piano
Collaborative Workshop
Master Classes and Recitals
Rosenheim, Germany

September 30, 2011
“The Lady of Boston and Munich: From Brimmer Street to Brienner Strasse, The Songs of Margaret Ruthven Lang”
Rollins College
Orlando, FL

October 1, 2011
“Sound, Sentiment and Subtleties of Expression: What Singers and Pianists Can Learn From Each Other” and Master Class
Rollins College
Orlando, FL

October 22, 2011
“The Lady of Boston and Munich: From Brimmer Street to Brienner Strasse, The Songs of Margaret Ruthven Lang”
NYSMTA State Conference
Ithaca College
Ithaca, NY

December 8, 2011
“Margaret Lang: Love is Everywhere”
Massena Public Library
Massena, NY

March 5, 2012
Music of Margaret Ruthven Lang
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV

June 28-29, 2012
Margaret Ruthven Lang presentation
ACDA Symposium on American Choral Music
Library of Congress
Washington, D.C.