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Performing Arts - Music

Big Red Singers and Vocal Jazz Performances

7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Kimball Recital Hall
1113 R St
Lincoln NE 68508
Additional Info: KRH
Brian Reetz, (402) 472-6865,
UNL Vocal Jazz Ensemble will be performing:
CEDAR’S BLUES - Cedar Walton, adapted by Zach Yaholkovsky; A QUIET PLACE - Ralph Carmichael, adapted by David von Kampen; BEAUTIFUL LOVE - Victor Young, arr. Matt Falker; HEATHENS - Tyler Joseph, arr. David von Kampen; SLEEPIN’ BEE - Arlen/Capote, arr. Vijay Singh.

The Big Red Singers will be performing: Nebraska Hymn; On My Way (from Violet); Soul with a Capital S; Light (from Next to Normal); Bad Girls; Kill of the Night; Stronger (from Finding Neverland); Bring Me to Light (from Violet); Victorious; Bob ‘Ya Head.

Directed by Kirk Schjodt (with Prof. Peter Eklund as faculty advisor), UNL’s Big Red Singers is an ensemble featuring some of the university’s finest musicians. Outstanding performers from all over the university, representing a variety of different majors from music education to engineering to psychology and including many students involved in the Greek system, work together in the development of entertaining, high-energy, fully-choreographed shows. The ensemble’s repertoire is chosen from a wide variety of popular music as well as music from Broadway.

The UNL Vocal Jazz Ensemble is a small choir, open to all members of the University community by audition, that focuses on performing in the jazz idiom. Students are instructed in varying tonal and timbral production, the art of solo jazz singing, and vocal improvisation. Students experience performing jazz arrangements of standard jazz repertoire using a sound system and accompanied by a rhythm section of piano, bass and drums. The Ensemble has participated in various on- and off-campus performances including on UNL concert stages, in area coffee houses, at area festivals (including the UNL Chamber Choir Festival and the NCDA Vocal Jazz Festival), and on caroling tours.

Additional Public Info:
Tickets: General Admission $5; Students/Seniors $3

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