Faculty concert celebrates Valentine's

Campanile carillon model in the Sukup Hall atrium

The one-fifth scale playable campanile/carillon model is housed in the Sukup Hall atrium. Contributed photo.

Music faculty will perform a Valentine's Day-themed concert on Friday, Feb. 12 (12:30 p.m.), in the Sukup Hall atrium. Cownie Professor of Music and university carillonneur Tin-Shi Tam will perform on the one-fifth campanile and carillon model. Chad Sonka, assistant teaching professor of voice, and Nathan Dishman, assistant professor of trombone, will perform with Tam on selected pieces.

In-person attendance is allowed, with face covering and physical distancing requirements in place. The ISU Society of Carillon Alumni and Friends will livestream the performance on its Facebook page.

Carillon concert program

Chad Sonka (baritone)

  • "Till There Was You," Meredith Willson 
  • "If Ever I Would Leave You," Frederick Loewe               

Tin-Shi Tam (carillon solo)

  • "Fly Me To The Moon," Bart Howard
  • "Salut d'Amour," Edward Elgar

Nathan Dishman (trombone)

  • "Romance, Op. 21," Axel Jørgensen