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Jamie Reimer – Soprano with Stacie Haneline, Pianist

DUO

Date: Time: 7:30 pm
Kimball Recital Hall
Additional Info: KRH
Contact: Brian Reetz, (402) 472-6865, breetz2@unl.edu
DUO is an exciting musical adventure with two artists who perform literature that taps into the human spirit and mirrors everyday life.

From the sensual journey of love and life through Debussy’s Ariettes Oubliées to the poetic sadness and joy evoked in Enrique Granados’ Canciones Amatorias, soprano Jamie Reimer and pianist Stacie Haneline explore their friendship and life’s journey with you for a night of true musical connection.

Passion, color, and exquisite musical language are featured in selections of Schubert Lieder. The evening concludes with Natural Selection, a song cycle by the award-winning American composer Jake Heggie.

Soprano Jamie Reimer performs regularly in opera, oratorio and recital venues around the United States, and recently returned from a recital tour in Sydney, Australia. She has performed with Opera Omaha, Omaha Symphony Chamber Orchestra, Lincoln Symphony, Hastings Symphony, and the Northern Iowa Symphony Orchestra.

With a particular interest in contemporary American art song, Reimer’s research focuses on the life and work of composer Robert Owens. In 2012, she gave the world premiere of Owens’ 4 Sonnets to Eleonora Duse, composed for her voice, and is currently editing the North American edition of his opera, Culture! Culture!. Reimer’s work has been published in the Journal of Singing and Pan Pipes, and she is a frequent lecturer throughout the United States and abroad for conferences of the National Opera Association, National Association of Teachers of Singing, Festival 500: The Phenomenon of Singing, the International Symposium for Performance Science and the International Congress of Voice Teachers.

Reimer serves as assistant professor of voice at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Her responsibilities include teaching applied voice and courses in opera techniques. She earned the doctor of musical arts and master of music degrees at UNL, and the bachelor of music at Hastings College.

About pianist Stacie E. Haneline:
Stacie Haneline’s professional career as a collaborative pianist has extended to opera companies, symphony orchestras and chamber organizations throughout the United States and Australia. Highlights during her career have been with the Sydney Opera House (Australia), Hawaii Opera, Virginia Opera, Opera Omaha, the Omaha Symphony, Hawaii Symphony, Virginia Symphony, and numerous Broadway Touring Companies.

An avid chamber musician, Ms. Haneline is sought after as a collaborative partner and has performed with many chamber ensembles and artists from New York City Opera, the Metropolitan Opera House, Kennedy and Lincoln Centers. Ms. Haneline has led organizations in performance and executive positions throughout the United States and Australia. A founding member of I the Siren trio, her devotion to premiering new chamber works advanced I the Siren to the semi-finals in the American Prize in Chamber Music.

Ms. Haneline’s entrepreneurial achievements include her position as the Executive Director and Artistic Director of the Omaha Chamber Music Society since 2008. During her tenure, she was integrally involved in establishing collaborations with extensive community partners, artistic series, performances, outreach, workshops, and educational programs.

Ms. Haneline has served on the piano faculty as the collaborative pianist at the University of Nebraska Omaha, the Australian National Conservatory, Manhattan School of Music, Hawaii University, Brigham Young University Hawaii, Virginia University, South Carolina University, New York University, and Armstrong State College.

Ms. Haneline holds a Master of Music from the Manhattan School of Music and a Bachelor of Music from Converse College studying under Douglas Weeks, Marc Silverman and Arcady Aronov.

Additional Public Info:
Free and open to the public

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