Cameron music faculty present free recital

Cameron University adjunct music instructors Doris Lambert and Kristina Henckel will be featured in recital on Thursday, November 18, 2010, at 7:30 p.m.  in the McCutcheon Recital Hall. Soprano Lambert will be accompanied on piano by Kristina Henckel, who will also perform several piano solos. Admission to  the performance is free.

Lambert's repertoire consists of Hely-Hutchinson's ”Old Mother Hubbard,” Schubert's “Rastlose Liebe,” Brahms' “Feldeinsamkeit,” Faure's “Mandoline,” Ravel's “Five Greek Songs,” and Kabalevsky's “Seven Merry Songs.”

Henckel's featured solo pieces will include Beethoven's “Rondo, opus 129,” Verdi/Liszt's “Rigoletto-Paraphrase,” Smetana's “Slavnost ceskych venkovanu,” Prokofiev's “The Montagues and Capulets” and Gershwin's “Preludes for Piano.”

In addition to teaching sight singing and ear training to freshmen and sophomores at Cameron, Lambert is the director of choral music at Fort Sill’s New Post Chapel. She holds a bachelor's degree in music from Southwestern Oklahoma State University, a Master of Music degree from Midwestern State University. She also conducts the Cameron Centennial Singers and the Cameron/Lawton Civic Chorale.

Henckel is the regular accompanist for the Cameron University Centennial Singers. She earned a Master of Music degree from the Prague Conservatory. Previously, she was a member of the 77th Army Band as a section pianist. Henckel recently started her advanced music studies at the University of Oklahoma.

For more information, call the Cameron University Department of Music at 580-581-2440.



November 11, 2010