The School of Music is proud to share a virtual concert celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through musical performances by students, faculty, and alumni. The concert will feature past performances from the School of Music ensembles including:
– IC Concert Band, under the direction of Ben Rochford
– Choral Ensembles, directed by Janet Galván and Sean Linfors
– Mariah Lyttle and Christopher Zemliauskas, from the musical theater department, with guest soloist Samantha McElhaney John
– The Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers, under the direction of Baruch Whitehead.
The concert will also feature faculty members Steven Banks, saxophone, and Sidney Outlaw, baritone. A special virtual performance of Glory from the movie Selma featuring members of the IC Symphony Orchestra with help from Grant Cooper.
Concert production by Luke Klingensmith, Brian Dozoretz ’94, and IC alums Matthew Brockman ’18 and Alec Staples ’20. This concert is directed and produced by Baruch Whitehead.
Ithaca College School of Music is an undergraduate-focused, conservatory-style program situated on a liberal arts campus in Upstate NY. Learn more about our campus community at ithaca.edu/music!