“To stop the flow of music would be like the stopping of time itself; incredible and inconceivable." – Aaron Copland
Join us as we pay homage to the great American composers who found a voice for our country amongst the very European dominated genre. “American Portrait: A Concert of Unity”, is an educational performance that looks into what makes American Music, American.
Fanfare for the Common Man – Aaron Copland
“Porgy” Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra – Albert Markov
Violin Concerto, Op. 14 – Samuel Barber
Min Yen-Chien, violin
An American in Paris – George Gershwin
Lincoln Portrait – Aaron Copland
with a Special Guest as narrator
Directions to Reynolds Performance Hall can be found here.
Parking is available in any campus lot. Handicapped parking is available directly West and South of the Performance Hall. Spaces are limited, so if you have mobility issues and need additional assistance, please call (501) 269-1066.