Written by Lesly MarroquinContinue reading “Ending the Semester with a Fiesta”
By: Stephany Valdez
A night full of dance and Latino music at Krannert’s Stage 5!Continue reading “Una Noche de Baile”
Today’s performance was another example of how being in FAA 110 has expanded my mind creatively. This show was not something that I would have attended on my own. Everything centered around one musician playing a small array of instruments. I think it was different from what I am used to listening to seeing that I do not usually listen to instrumentation on its own. I think my favorite part was the ending of the first half. He played very short and very different pieces for the audience. All of them were different in some way, whether it be speed, loudness or the overall feeling it evoked in the audience. While I do not think seeing this performance has influenced me to go and expand my music catalog to include more instrumental music, I did fairly enjoy it. The new artist featured was also the same person who played for the last performance I attended. The two music styles featured were very different.
Written By: Quintionna Parks
Cool, talented, and fresh new artist.
This performance was way more simple than the other performances we’ve been to. However, it was pretty relaxing because it was just the one artist and then the piano playing. The setup was different because it was a group of people sitting on stage surrounding the smaller stage where the artist was performing. It was also interesting because everyone else had to sit on the balcony, so when you looked down there was no one in the seats below. The music wasn’t extraordinary, but it was nice. I fell like I’ve seen him in the last performance I went to, which is cool (above is a photo of him from the other performance). Overall it was different and refreshing.
UIUC’s own Poffenberger performed saxophone showpieces as the winner of this year’s music school competition.
By Janarth Dheenadhayalan
This week we went to Krannert Center for Come Home to Krannert Center 50th Anniversary weekend. This is a small-size debut artist performance event for people supporting Krannert Center in the past 50 years.
Rui LiuContinue reading “Come Home to Krannert Center”
Saxophonist Wilson Poffenberger’s Krannert Debut, along with Pianist Casey Gene Dierlam
Written by: Leah Siegel
This week we had the privilege of attending an event honoring Krannert’s 50th birthday. This was a special performance because it was Wilson Poffenberger’s, a Doctor of Musical Arts student at the University of Illinois, debut.Continue reading “Happy 50th Krannert!”
By Claudia Johnson
A celebration in part with Krannert’s 50th year anniversary was the perfect way to spend a gloomy Sunday afternoon.Continue reading “A Cold Sunday Afternoon”
by Alia Muhammad Radzi
The 50th Anniversary Krannert Center Performing Arts Celebration was done with tranquil and serene music. This event was led by Wilson Poffenberger, a student from the school of music who was selected based on his skills during recital auditions. I don’t think I have ever seen a performance where at the center of it was a saxophone player.Continue reading “Merry Celebratory at Krannert”
Written by Lesly Marroquin
On Sunday, Krannert Performing Art Center had an event as part of their
50th-Anniversary Celebration. This event debuted a student from the school of Music student, Wilson Poffenberger. He was selected for this recital performance through an audition. All the pieces were accompanied by pianist Casey Gene Dierlam.