2012-2013 Lamont Society Membership Events and Benefits
As a Lamont Society member you are not only supporting our students with your gifts, you are invited to join us through the year for these exclusive events.
Opera Classics to Broadway Melodies
September 27, 7:30pm, Hamilton Recital Hall
Professor Kenneth Cox, Vocal Arts Department Chair and Director of the Lamont Opera Theatre, will act as emcee, joining his fellow voice faculty members with Ruth Baker at the piano, and some of our most outstanding students performing Opera Classics to Broadway Melodies.
Day at Lamont
October 25, 9am to 3pm, Newman Center for the Performing Arts
Attend one of our most popular events and you may find yourself visiting an actual class, meeting and talking with students and members of the faculty, joining us for lunch, and attending exclusive performances presented just for you.
Joe Galema – The Pipe Organ: King of Instruments
January 18, 5:00pm, Hamilton Recital Hall
The pipe organ has pipes ranging from pencil size to more than 32 feet long. Explore this magnificent one-player orchestra with Joe Galema, organ instructor at the Lamont School of Music and music director and Academy organist at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Tour the actual inner workings of the William K. Coors Pipe Organ and hear Joe providing short performances from centuries of music.
Linda Wang and Alice Rybak Recital
February 22, 7:30pm, Hamilton Recital Hall
Linda Wang is among the premier violinists of her generation, praised for her artistry, warm singing tone and charismatic performances. Pianist Alice Rybak has had a distinguished career as both a solo and collaborative artist and teacher. Both have studied at the Juilliard School, performed at Carnegie Hall, appeared internationally, and presented recitals together at Lamont for the past six years.
Sarah Morelli – What Is World Music and Why Does It Matter?
March 28, 5:00pm, Williams Recital Salon
Musicians around the world have greater access to one another's musical styles and are combining them in innovative ways. We will unravel what is meant by the term "world music" as we explore musical styles from cultures around the globe and discuss why access to diverse musics and cultures is important for Lamont students to engage with music, musicians, and audiences as global citizens.
May 14, 7:30pm, Hamilton Recital Hall
Experience a glittering black-tie evening of champagne and performances featuring many of Lamont's finest students. This finale to the year ends with a lavish reception. Showcase Lamont is the perfect evening and our way of letting you know how important your support is to us.
RSVP required for all events. As a Lamont Society member you will receive invitations in the mail to each event.
To be added to the mailing list and receive the annual Lamont Society brochure, email Katie Watt, Assistant Director of Public Relations, or call the Lamont Concert Line at 303.871.6412.
You may join the Lamont Society online or over the phone by calling Carrie Sullivan, Executive Assistant to the Director at 303.871.6400.