Quaranstreams: Carillon Students at The University of Michigan - Wednesday, March 11, 2020


With everything being canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, musicians are turning to video livestreams to perform concerts. We'll be looking for these sorts of events by Washtenaw County artists and then posting the videos on Pulp, along with any ways you can help these musicians financially. If you are performing a remote or virtual concert, let us know by emailing pulp@aadl.org.

Carillon Students at The University of Michigan - Wednesday, March 11, 2020

From the Carillons at The University of Michigan's Facebook page:

When University of Michigan carillon students learned last Wednesday that they wouldn't be able to perform their culminating three studio recitals, they played their hearts out in their dress rehearsal for a Women Carillon Composers concert that was scheduled for today. So proud of them! ❤️🔔🎶🔔❤️

Westminster Carillon arr. Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra
-Katherine Thompson, Senior, Sociology, Law, Justice, & Social Change

Bacharabàn Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra
[not performed]
-Tommy Lau, Senior, Pre-Dental, Biomolecular Science

From The Music of March: A Civil Rights Carillon Collection, editor Dr. Tiffany Ng
Buses Are A-Comin’ Traditional, adapted from SNCC, arr. Jen Wang
Good News: Chariot’s A-Comin’ African American spiritual, arr. Jen Wang
-Brendan Kelley, Senior, Sociology & Linguistics
Right! Right! from The Music of March Len Chandler, arr. Jen Wang
-Jack Plowman, Sophomore, Business Administration

Evening Bells Traditional Russian, arr. Natalia Jenuwine
Epitafium [abridged] Katarzyna Kwiecień-Długosz
-Sharon Thomas, Junior, Computer Engineering

Enough is Enough: Never Again Sketches Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra
-Deanna Shih, Senior, Computer Science

Prelude (1845) Clara Schumann, arr. Tiffany Ng
-Courtney Greifenberger, Sophomore, Computer Science & Spanish, Music Minor

The Sacredness of Trees Ellen Lindquist
[not performed here]
Xiaoying Pu, 3rd year Ph.D., Computer Science & Engineering

HK Anthem Anonymous; arr. P. Ruiter-Feenstra
-Florence Woo, Senior Dance & Biomolecular Science

Memory (Barcarolle) Liesbeth Janssens-
-Halla Kabat, Junior, Chemical Engineering

Ari Ari Hyo-Won Woo
Our Time: Me Too (2018) Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra
As the final toll reveals, the voices chanting “Me Too” will no longer remain encapsulated or silent.
Jenna (Hyo-Jin) Moon, DMA Sacred Music Candidate

Creative Washtenaw Aid 2020 – COVID-19 Support
The Arts Alliance has established the Creative Washtenaw Aid 2020 fund to collect donations and extend assistance to artists and creative organizations adversely impacted by COVID-19. Visit a3arts.org to donate money or to apply for assistance.