Pann sets up three-day residency at the Glenn Korff School of Music
calendar icon20 Nov 2018
LINCOLN, Neb.— Over the course of three days, the Glenn Korff School of Music’s faculty and students will present the music of award-winning composer Carter Pann.
Prof. Pann will conduct open masterclasses with student composers, conductors, and performers, and give private lessons to student composers on Monday, December 3. On Tuesday night, a program of Prof. Pann’s chamber music will also feature the world premieres of eight new piano preludes, composed and performed by GKSOM students, beginning at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall.
Prof. Pann’s three-day residency will culminate Wednesday night in a 7:30 p.m. concert in Kimball Recital Hall of his music for wind ensemble, performed by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Wind Ensemble (directed by Prof. Carolyn Barber) and accompanied by new choreography from dance students and Prof. Susan Ourada. The Wednesday night concert will be preceded by a pre-concert talk with Prof. Pann, Prof. Barber, and Assistant Professor of Composition (and former student of Prof. Pann) Gregory Simon. Most events are open to the public.