GODFREY - Lewis and Clark Community College's Music Department
plans on scaring up a variety of music during October's events,
which include a Halloween costume party and a celebration of women
artists and composers.
· Pathfinders - In celebration of the
"Winifred Godfrey: 40 Years of Painting" exhibit, join in an
exploration of art and music created by women at Pathfinders: Women
Artists and Composers. This music and lecture/discussion event will
be held at noon Wednesday, Oct. 2 in the Hatheway Cultural Center,
Ann Whitney Olin Theatre.
The Music Department's Barbara Kramer will play music by
female composers on the piano, and L&C Art Department's Ann
Davidson will lead a discussion on female artists. Attendees are
encouraged to visit the Winifred Godfrey exhibit after the event.
This is an L&C Diversity Council event presented by the Mannie
Jackson Endowment and Center for the Humanities.
· Student Recital - A Student Recital will
be held at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8 in the Benjamin Godfrey
· Brown Bag featuring the Bi-State Brass
Quintet - A Brown Bag featuring the Bi-State Brass Quintet will be
held at noon Wednesday, Oct. 9 in the Ringhausen Music Building
Atrium. As with all Brown Bag events, guests are encouraged to
bring their lunches.
· The Best Loved Classics performed by the
ASO - The Alton Symphony Orchestra will perform the best-loved
classics from Gershwin, Copeland and Tchaikovsky, featuring music
known from movies, cartoons and commercials at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 19 in the Hatheway Cultural Center, Ann
Whitney Olin Theatre.
As a means of enhancing the concert experience, wine, soft
drinks and desserts from Gentelin's will be available for purchase
before the concert and during intermission.
Single ticket prices cost $10 for adults, $5 for seniors, and
children through 12th grade are free. L&C students, faculty and
staff are free with ID. Tickets available for purchase at the door
or through ASO's secure website, www.altonsymphony.org.
· Brown Bag featuring Pauline Stillwell -
A Brown Bag featuring Pauline Stillwell entitled "Piano Music of
Chopin, Albenz and Debussy" will be held at noon Wednesday, Oct.
23, in the Ringhausen Music Building Atrium. As with all Brown Bag
events, guests are encouraged to bring their lunches.
· A Night Out at the Riverbender.com
Community Center - This Halloween costume party and concert will
feature L&C music students and faculty, along with community
performers, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 at the Riverbender.com
Community Center, located at 200 West 3rd Street in Alton.
Guests will experience an exciting, entertaining Night Out at
the Riverbender.com Community Center in historic, haunted Downtown
Alton. Attendees are encouraged to dress up in their best Halloween
costume and join L&C for a night of music and "spirits." Food,
beverages and cash bar will be available.
For the complete fall 2014 L&C Music Calendar, visit
www.lc.edu/musicevents or for more information call the Music
office at (618) 468-4731.