Carillon students to perform Oct. 16 in Sukup Hall

Eight students will perform during a 20-minute carillon concert in the Sukup Hall atrium on Friday, Oct. 16, at 12:30 p.m. They will perform on the one-fifth scale campanile and carillon portable model designed and created over the last five years by students in cross-disciplinary courses.

The concert, part of their coursework for the class taught by university carillonneur and Cownie Professor of Music Tin-Shi Tam, will be livestreamed on Facebook. Spectators are welcome to attend within capacity limits; Cyclones Care protocols for face coverings and physical distancing are required. Another concert is planned for Friday, Nov. 13 (12:30 p.m.).

Carillon concert program

The students, and the music they'll play, are:

Cavannah Yap, senior, genetics

  • "Intermezzo," Herman Dreher

Carolyn Riedel, graduate student, aerospace engineering

  • "Sarabande," Francis Poulenc

Brian Kempa, graduate student, aerospace engineering

  • "Clock Music, Set II, No. 1," G. F. Handel

Rebekah Veldboom, freshman, environmental science

  • "Clock Music, Set II, No. 4," G. F. Handel

Megan Goodhue, junior, public relations

  • "Simple Gifts," Joseph Brackett                             

Macklin Derscheid, senior, music

  • "Nuka-World" theme from "Fallout 4," Inon Zur

Annemarie Lemme (flute) and Ola Carnahan (carillon), seniors, aerospace engineering

  • "New World Symphony" theme, Antonín DvoÅ™ák

  • Medley: "You're a Grand Old Flag," "Yankee Doodle Dandy," "Give My Regards to Broadway," George M. Cohan