Nov. 1, 2004
Dr. Gail Dooley,
soprano and associate professor of music at Morningside College,
will hold a recital on Sunday, Nov.
14, at 7:30 p.m. at Eppley Auditorium. The public
is invited to attend this free concert.
will be Morningside adjunct faculty members Michele Grossman
on piano and Martha Councell on flute.
will include Italian songs by Vincenzo Bellini, Gioachhino
Rossini, and Saverio Mercadante; arias from J. S. Bach's "St.
Matthew Passion" and Gian-Carlo Menotti's "The Old Maid and
the Thief;" songs from Joel Martinson's "Cycle of Light;"
musical theatre numbers from "The Mystery of Edwin Drood"
and "110 in the Shade;" Frank Martin's "Three Songs of Christmas;"
Albert Roussel's "Two Poems of Ronsard;" and British and Irish
folksong arrangements by Benjamin Britten.
Dooley has been at
Morningside since 1995. She holds bachelor's and master's
degrees in vocal performance from the University of Tennessee
at Chattanooga and a doctorate in voice performance from Florida
State University. She has appeared as a soloist with the Sioux
City Symphony Orchestra, the Siouxland Master Chorale, the
Chattanooga Symphony and Opera Association, the Asheville,
N.C. Symphony, and the Chattanooga Bach Choir.
For more information,
contact the Morningside College music
department at 712-274-5210.