EWC Presents Faculty Recital
April 10, 2007
TORRINGTON, WY - Eastern Wyoming College will present a Faculty "Recital" on Friday, April 13, 2007 at 7 pm and admission is free. This recital will be held in the EWC Fine Arts Auditorium and a reception will follow.
Eastern Wyoming College will present, for the first time, a collaborative celebration of the talents of faculty members involved at a professional level in creative activity. The EWC and local communities are invited to spend an evening enjoying the diverse musical, theatrical, and literary products of the EWC Faculty.Aaron Bahmer
Accompanist: Janet Howard
Gambler, Don't You Lose Your Place
Gambler's Song of the Big Sandy River By John Jacob
Nile The Passenger By Randall Thompson
Aaron Bahmer studied music at the University of Wyoming and holds bachelor's degrees in music education and composition. He was a music teacher in the public schools for six years before joining the business and computer science faculty at Eastern Wyoming College. Aaron is currently the Instructional Technologist for EWC and his department maintains the college website and supports faculty as they deliver distance classes.Jeanne and Janet Howard : Four Hands, One Piano: a duet
Slavic Tale by David Karp
Under the Double Eagle Op. 159 by J.F. Wagner
EWC Patrons will be familiar with Janet Howard's constant presence at college concerts; for this performance the piano will take center stage. She will share her considerable talents as a pianist with her sister Jeanne for this special performance of two musicians on one instrument.A One-Act play by Chris Hilton, starring Wayne Deahl and Chris Hilton
Chris Hilton is an English Instructor at Eastern Wyoming College. This is his first year at EWC. Much of Chris's graduate work dealt with dramaturgical aspects of theatre and The Theatre of the Absurd, a major theatre movement during 1940 - 1970
Wayne Deahl is Division Chair of Arts, Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences at EWC, where he has taught for 18 years, and directed theatre for 10 years before the program was abandoned by the college. He has acted in many roles, including prosecutor Walter Stoll in the PBS production of The Trial of Tom Hom, spent two seasons at the Post Playhouse (both as a performer and Technical Director) and performed in several shows on the main stage at UW. He holds an MA in English, with undergraduate degrees in speech, theatre, and English.John Nesbitt
Johon D. Nesbitt teaches English and Spanish at EWC. His literary articles, book reviews, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. He has also had many books published, including short story collections, contemporary novels, more than a dozen westerns, and textbooks and course manuals for his college courses. His most recent western, Raven Springs, will hit the book racks of America in May.Dan Fullerton and Karl Brake Blues Review: Harmonica and Guitar
I'm Ready---Muddy Waters
Dust my Broom---Elmore James
Stormy Monday---T-Bone Walker
Trouble in Mind---Big Bill Broonzy
St. Louis Blues---W.C Handy
Dan Fullerton, Music Instructor, is a newcomer to EWC and to Wyoming. His hometown is Conway, Arkansas where he received his Bachelors of Music Education. He lived in Louisiana for 19 years where he served in an Air Force band, taught in secondary schools and played music professionally. He earned his MM in Composition from University of New Orleans, and completed a year of doctoral study at LSU in Baton Rouge. Dan is the Commander of the 67th Army Band, Wyoming Army National Guard, in Wheatland, and an active participant in community music events.
Karl Brake serves as Art Instructor at EWC. His work as a visual artist and set designer has been seen nationally, including exhibitions at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, the Carnegie Museum of Art, and scenic design at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. His first professional experience in the arts was as a lead guitarist for a variety of Rock and Roll and Blues groups, and he is an avid student of the blues. He enjoys playing a variety of styles, including contemporary instrumental solo guitar. Karl is very pleased to be Dan's second man for this performance.