4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Stone Chalet Bed and Breakfast Inn and Event Center
1917 Washtenaw Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI
With saxophonists David Foley, Chad Lilley and Jeff Leung
North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial Conference
Texas Tech University
Saxophone-Timothy McAllister, bass trombone-Randall Hawes, piano-Kathryn Goodson.
Works by Daniel Schnyder, David Biedenbender, Chris Fisher-Lochhead, Jennifer Higdon, Ellen Rowe, William Albright, and John Corigliano.
Michigan premiere of Jim Stephenson's 2015 trio, Mahogany Moods, commissioned by McAllister/Hawes/Goodson, with generous UMSMTD support.
1226 Murfin Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI
The Concert lineup features features the A2SO Strings & Piano Ensemble (Dan Stachyra, violin; Janine Bradbury, viola; Sarah Cleveland, cello; Gregg Powell, string bass; Kathryn Goodson, piano) with quintets by Vaughan Williams and Schubert; the NCC Bell Choir led by Sheree Clark: and saxophonist Russell Kerns with pianist Joshua Marzan, performing lyrical repertoire.
The Cause is Student Advocacy Center (SAC) of Michigan, which works through many avenues of support and care to keep vulnerable students in school.
Admission is free of charge. Reception to follow on-site. Donations to Student Advocacy Center are welcome.
Northside Community Church
929 Barton Drive, Ann Arbor, MI
University of Michigan Museum of Art
525 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Kathryn Goodson, piano
Featuring Works by Leone Sinigaglia, Guido Alberto Fano, Renzo Massarani, Felice Boghen, and Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco
Longmire Recital Hall
125 Convocation Way
Tallahassee, FL 32306
Listen for the keyboard with the "Wa" pedal on the Druckman!
Orchestra Hall Detroit
The grand smorgasbord of musical instruments and styles includes: Brahms String Quintet in F major performed by A2SO principal cellist Sarah Cleveland, violinists Joseph Dellar and Marla Smith, and violists John Madison and James Greer; the U-M Euphonium-Tuba Quartet, from the studio of A2SO principal tubist, Fritz Kaenzig, with Angel Elizondo, John West, Jarrett McCourt and Nick Beltchev; and Janice Beck, emeritus organist of First Baptist Church, performing Buxtehude's Ciacona in e minor. A two-octave handbell choir led by Sheree Clark, as well as music for men's chorus, round out the menu. Arie Lipsky will conduct audience and musicians in a rousing rendition of Joyful, Joyful from Beethoven's 9th Symphony as a grand finale.
Admission is free of charge. Reception to follow on-site. Donations to A2SO are welcome.
Call 734 904 6935 for further info.
First Baptist Church of Ann Arbor
517 E. Washington St., Ann Arbor, MI
Gail Willilams, Horn
Timothy McAllister, Saxophone
Randall Hawes, Bass Trombone
Kathryn Goodson, Piano
These artists are featured on the Navona release, BELLE NUIT.
All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the campaign to "Restore Nichols Concert Hall."
Meet the artists: A CD signing and 'Cinco de Mayo' themed reception will follow.
Nichols Concert Hall
1490 Chicago Ave.
Evanston, IL 60201
Click here to listen live!
Holly Mulcahy, violin
HIGDON: Violin Concerto
TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 6
Jennifer Higdon’s 2010 Pulitzer-prize winning violin concerto is lyrical and fast-paced and created to showcase the soloist’s great manual dexterity. Counter to that work is Tchaikovsky’s final completed symphony, a pathos-laden piece that deals with the power of fate in life and death.
709 Broad St.
Kathryn Goodson, piano
Timothy McAllister, alto saxophone
Randall Hawes, bass trombone
Fritz Kaenzig, tuba
A concert of romantic, soaring works from composers such as Franck, Vaughan Williams, Messiaen, Puccini, Richard Strauss and more, performed by virtuosi wind instrumentalists and pianist Kathryn Goodson. Programming will be in the style of the new CD release, Belle Nuit. The double-disc set, Belle Nuit (Beautiful Night), takes its title from the lilting barcarolle in Offenbach’s opera Tales of Hoffman, and like its namesake, is a tribute to nocturnal beauty and passion.
Join Kathryn Goodson and this afternoon's special guests, Tim McAllister, Randy Hawes and Fritz Kaenzig, to experience the lyrical beauty of masterful wind instrumentalists singing through their instruments with the nuanced expression and coloring of the most compelling vocalists.
Belle Nuit CDs, featuring producer-curator Goodson, hornist Gail Williams, saxophonists Tim McAllister and Don Sinta, and bass trombonist Randy Hawes, will be available for purchase and signing following the music.
Kerrytown Concert House - 415 North 4th Ave., Ann Arbor, MI
For reservations, call 734-769-2999, or visit the Kerrytown Concert House website.
Recital: Fantasy and Architecture
D. Biedenbender: Liquid Architecture (2012; composed for Hawes & Goodson)
J. Stevens: Kleinhammer Sonata for bass trombone and piano (2014, consortium premiere)
Randall Hawes, bass trombone/Kathryn Goodson, piano
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music - Bloomington, IN
February 2, 2015 - 7:00 PM (recital)
Auer Hall, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music - Bloomington, IN
January 31, 2015 - 8:00 PM (Live Webcast here)
Orchestra Hall, Max M. Fisher Music Center - Detroit, MI
Caroline Helton, soprano/Kathryn Goodson, piano/Aloma Bardi, research scholar
Wayne State University Department of Music, Schaver Music Hall
480 W Hancock St., Detroit, MI
Caroline Helton, soprano/Kathryn Goodson, piano
Stamps Auditorium, Walgreen Center - Ann Arbor, MI
Stage Direction, Kay Castaldo/Music Direction, Kathryn Goodson.
Cady Room, Stearns Building - Ann Arbor, MI.
Italian Embassy, Washington, D.C., evening.
Performance at 2-day festival celebrating the output and legacy of the significant American composer, Ned Rorem, presented by the Bienen School of Music at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. NU Saxophone Professor Timothy McAllister and Kathryn Goodson will perform "Picnic on the Marne," a programmatic collection of song-like pieces commemorating a wonderful day in Paris.
Concert: Friday October 11, 2013
Bienen School of Music, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Concert: Performance with bass trombonist Randall Hawes on a joint recital with trombonist Kenneth Thompkins and harpist Kerstin Allvin.
Class: Monday, Sep. 16; Concert: Tuesday, Sep. 17
Assistant Conductor and Vocal Coach.
Pagliacci and Cavalleria Rusticana.
with Schoenberg's Sprechstimme masterpiece.
Jennifer Goltz, soprano, and chamber ensembles.
New York City, New York
Collaboration of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Detroit Institute of Arts, Rivera Court
Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI
Blanche Anderson Moore Building
*Tuesday, April 16, 7:30 PM, Stamps Auditorium
University of Michigan School of Music, Theater and Dance
Ann Arbor, MI
Bloomfield Hills Public Library, Bloomfield Hills, MI
Lutkin Recital Hall
Northwestern University Bienen School of Music
Weed, Yreka and Mount Shasta, CA,.
West Street Theater
Boston University Tanglewood Institute
November 5, 10 a.m., Dexter Public Library
October 1, February 7, May 9, 9:30 & 10:30 a.m., Ypsilanti Public Library
Appalachian State University Horn Conference
Northeastern Illinois University
McIntosh Theater, Moore Building
University of Michigan
November 7, 5 PM Britton: BM bassoonist Patrick Souza
November 20, 5 PM, Britton Recital Hall: MM hornist Jessica Pearce
Northside Community Church, Ann Arbor
September 16, 2010. Adult Learning Inst., Farmington Hills, MI
September 19, 2010. Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
September 23, 2010. Interlochen Arts Academy, Interlochen, MI
June 15, Shobi College of Music
June 16, Dolce-Gakke Wind Instrument Specialty Shop
June 17, Ichigura Concert Series
January 14, 8 p.m. Carson Newman College
January 15, 7 p.m. Long Island Day of Horn Festival
October 5, 2009, CCM Chicago Cultural Center WFMT broadcast
April 17, 2009. First Baptist Church, Lafayette, IN
April 18-19, 2009. University of Illinois
The "Leonard Slatkin Era" begins at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra with Carmina Burana, a powerful work with driving rhythm and colorful orchestration contrasted with moments of sumptuous innocence. Also Verdi La Forza del Destino Overture and James Lee III A Different Soldier's Tale. Click for ticket information
Korngold and Darius Milhaud
January 18, 2008, Pianoforte Salon, Chicago, WFMT broadcast
Festival of African and Latin American Song
Eastern Michigan University
Songs and Sonnets of the Americas
EMU faculty pianist Kathryn Goodson and mezzo soprano Leah Dexter present a program of poetry and music from North and South American artists including Astor Piazzolla, Alberto Ginastera, Charles Ives, Margaret Bonds, Florence Price and Lilian Evanti.
Saturday, November 3rd 2007, 7:30 p.m.
Beyond Race: Spirituals and Art Songs by African-American Composers and Their Historical and Cultural Context:
University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University faculty join forces in an interactive performance exploring many facets of the African Amercian musical experience. Joining soprano Caroline Helton and baritone Emery Stephens, who have co-authored a chapter on this subject in a book for multicultural appraoches to teaching and learning, are soprano Glenda Kirkland and pianists Garik Pedersen, Kathryn Goodson and Joel Schoenhals.
Sunday, November 4th 2007, 4 p.m.
Master Class and Panel Discussion with EMU Vocal and Piano Students
Facilitated by Caroline Helton and Emery Stephens, panel dicussion participants include guest artist Leah Dexter and EMU faculty Glenda Kirkland and Kathryn Goodson.
Monday, November 5th 2007, 4 to 6 p.m.
Alexander Music Building Recital Hall, Eastern Michigan University
Lowell & East Circle Drive, Ypsilanti, MI
Streaming audio for WFMT on the internet. Chicago, IL
Shenson Recital Series
A program of poetry and music for piano and voice from North and South America including works by Ginastera, Guastavino, Piazzolla, Charles Ives and African American women composers Margaret Bonds, Lilian Evanti, Undine Moore and Florence Price. Highly dramatic and versatile mezzo-soprano Leah Dexter of Michigan Opera Theater and Harlem Opera Theater is the featured singer.
Friday, October 12, 2007, 7:30 p.m.
Palo Alto, CA
Music Now Fest '07
Music of the 20th and 21st Centuries: joining a collage concert of Eastern Michigan University music faculty, Kathryn performed selected Preludios Americanos (American Preludes) by Argentinian composer Alberto Ginastera for solo piano.
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Pease Auditorium, Eastern Michigan University
and Peter Sparling Dance Company
Click here for details on the Charles Ives American Music Festival.
February 16 and 17, Northside Community Church: Concert
February 18, Dance Gallery Studio: Dance-Concert
Eastern Michigan University
Strauss Art Song Recital Tour in Switzerland
Six-city Strauss Art Song Recital Tour with mezzo soprano Jeannine Hirzel and speaker Alfred Pfeiffer with Migros Foundation concerts, in conjunction with concerts presented by the Southwest Radio Orchestra (SWR) of Germany and organized by Armin Brunner.