Caroline Stuart to present senior project production on Oct. 7 http://www.maryvillecollege.edu/news/2016/2515/caroline-stuart-to-present-senior-project-production-on-oct-7/https://www.facebook.com/mcfinearts/photos/a.10150798706666393.466696.179619361392/10155154070191393/?type=3
This will be an event you won't want to miss!https://www.facebook.com/events/548596212004540/
Don't forget to check out the faculty art exhibit in the Blackberry Farm Gallery featuring artwork by Dr. Carl Gombert!https://www.facebook.com/mcfinearts/photos/a.489001071392.286026.179619361392/10155147677826393/?type=3
Please join us!https://www.facebook.com/events/839571106178028/
Dr. Sheri Matascik to present Faculty Recital Dr. Sheri Matascik, Maryville College associate professor of music, will present a faculty recital featuring steel-string fingerstyle guitar solos on Fri., Sept. 30, 2016. The recital, which will begin at 7 p.m. in the Clayton Center for the Arts’ Harold and Jean Lambert Recital Hall, is free and open to the public. During the recital, Matascik will perform several of her own guitar compositions, which are selections from her first two CDs, At the End of the Day and Spirit Wood. She will also perform selections from Al Petteway and Doug Smith. “I chose the literature I’m playing based on a few different factors: pieces that have been popular sellers on iTunes, pieces that friends particularly enjoy, and pieces that are fun for me to perform, either because of complexity or specialized techniques (like tapping or muting),” Matascik said. Matascik, who joined the Maryville College faculty in 1995, has a bachelor’s degree in classical guitar performance and a master’s degree in music theory and composition from the Dana School of Music at Youngstown State University in Ohio. She holds a doctorate in music theory and composition from Kent State University. Matascik's interests include music theory and aural skills pedagogy and music composition pedagogy. As a composer, Matascik has written many works for chamber groups, synthesizer, and guitar, among other instruments and ensembles. In October 2009, Matascik released her first solo guitar CD, At the End of the Day, a collection of guitar compositions that celebrate classical, contemporary folk, Appalachian, jazz and Celtic styles. In October 2011, she released her second solo guitar CD, Spirit Wood, which features a “classical/pop fusion” style of music. Digital downloads of Matascik’s music can be found on iTunes and Amazon.
The Maryville College Division of Fine Arts has a lot of great events planned for the 2016-17 academic year! Check out the preview in The Daily Times Weekend section.http://www.thedailytimes.com/entertainment/fine-arts-preview-maryville-college-prepares-full-slate-of-offerings/article_ad2064eb-6703-5f50-9ca4-e664051d614d.html
Sept. 1 edition: Our Fine Arts preview, featuring Appalachian Ballet Company, Maryville College Division of Fine Arts, Knoxville Opera and more!https://www.facebook.com/DailyTimesWeekend/photos/a.1198199723557250.1073741847.151461354897764/1350992724944615/?type=3