Children's Concert Series
Each year the ETBU Music Department hosts a Children's Concert featuring the ETBU student and faculty performers. The music selected for these events is chosen for its child-friendly programmability, and for its importance in the total musical development of elementary students. For each concert, educational materials are sent to local music teachers who use this information to enhance student learning and further prepare their students for the event. Students are then invited to submit artwork that is created through the process of learning of the related performance selections. The artwork is then displayed during the concert so the students can enjoy both a visual and auditory experience.
(Spring, 2008) Pictures at an Exhibition, by Modeste Moussorgsky
Pre-program music: ETBU Saxophone Quartet, Flute Trio, and Brass Quintet
Featured Performer, Dr. Randall Sulton, Professor of Music
Click here to view samples of the students' interpretations of Pictures at an Exhibition.
(Fall, 2008) Carnival of the Animals, by Camille Saint-Saëns
Pre-program music: ETBU Flute Trio and Brass Quintet
Featured Performers: ETBU Piano Ensemble, Dr. Randall Sulton, Director
Click here to view samples of the students' interpretations of Carnival of the Animals
(Fall 2009) Shades of Jazz: A collection of jazz tunes from some of the most well known composers and performers in the genre.
Pre-program music: ETBU Brass Choir
Featured Performers: The ETBU Jazz Band, Dr. Douglas Lockard, director
Click here to view pictures of the event and samples of childrens' artwork that was submitted for the performance. Student artwork was later displayed at the Marshall Visual Arts Center during the Jazz Band's annual fall concert.
(Fall 2010) Into the Woods: A Musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine.
Traci Ledford, Director
Dr. Virginia Liles-Boaz, Musical Director
Featured Performers: Students and faculty from the music and theatre departments
Click here to view pictures of the event and samples of children's artwork that was submitted for the performance.
For more information about upcoming Children's Concerts, contact Dr. Eric Branscome.
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East Texas Baptist University
1209 North Grove
Marshall, TX 75670
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