School of Music to Present Student Composition Concert

Nov. 25, 2014

The Illinois Wesleyan University School of Music will present a concert of student compositions on Friday, Dec. 5. The concert, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Westbrook Auditorium of Presser Hall.

The program will include the following pieces composed and performed by Illinois Wesleyan students:

  • “A ROUND THING THAT TURNS” by Luke McLoughlin ’15 (Chicago)
  • “I Don’t Know” and “Parallelograms” by Eric Novak ’15 (Oswego, Ill.)
  • “Scream Softly, Sweet Paranoia” by Eric Novak ’15 and Ethan Berg ’15 (Chicago)
  • “Tightly Wound” and “Piano Quartet” by Thomas Bravos ’17 (St. Charles, Ill.)
  • “Psalms at Sea” by Adam Wax ’18 (Glenview, Ill.)
  • “Solace at the Ends of the Earth” by Ayethaw Tun ’15 (Spring Valley, Ill.)
  • “Antboy” by Ryan Donlin ’17 (Chesterfield, Mo.)

“The Student Composition Concert is equal parts popular and classical music and shows the musical creativity of Illinois Wesleyan students in a variety of styles,” said Fern Rosetta Sherff Professor of Composition and Theory David Vayo. 

By Danielle Kamp ’15