Rachel Jorgensen and Anna Godtland will present a vocal and instrumental recital on April 2 at 5 p.m. in Eppley Auditorium.
Two Morningside University students – Rachel Jorgensen, a Spanish education and music major, and Anna Godtland, a music education major – will present a vocal and instrumental recital on April 2 at 5 p.m. in Eppley Auditorium on Morningside’s campus. The recital is free and open to the public.
Jorgensen studies voice with Shannon Burton, applied voice, vocal pedagogy, and diction instructor, and Godtland studies the trombone with Russ Nagel, applied low brass, brass ensemble, and trombone ensemble instructor. They will perform works by Mozart, Joaquin Valverde, Manuel Garcia and Pauline Viardot, Ernest Charles, Ned Rorem, William Bolcom, Camille Saint-Saens, Joseph Barat, and Marcello and Merriman. In addition to voice, Jorgensen is involved in Morningside Choir, Spanish Club, and is a Student Ambassador. Godtland is involved in the Morningside Choir, jazz ensemble, and the Pride of Morningside marching band.
The Morningside University School of Visual and Performing Arts provides immersive opportunities for Morningside students and the Siouxland community to experience the power of music and the fine arts. All Morningside students, regardless of major, can audition and perform in ensembles and productions.