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Caleb Schatz to perform senior voice recital at Evangel University

Published on Nov 13, 2012 by Jennifer Hall

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Caleb Schatz will perform his senior voice recital at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 16, in the Barnett Fine Arts Recital Hall at Evangel University.

There is no cost for admission, and the public is invited to attend.

The recital will feature the following selections:

  • Then Shall the Righteous Shine Forth, from Elijah, by Felix Mendelssohn
  • Lasciatemi Morire, from Arianna, by Claudio Monteverdi
  • Vaghissima Sembianza, by Stefano Donaudy
  • Ideale, by Paolo Tosti
  • Il Mio Tesoro, from Don Giovanni, by Mozart
  •  Pourquoi Me Reveiller, from Werther, by Jules Massenet
  • Selig Sind, from Der Evangelimann, by Wilhelm Kienzl
  •  Verborgenheit, by Hugo Wolf
  •  Am Feierabend, from Die Schöne Müllerin, by Franz Schubert
  • Vainement, ma bien-aimee, from Le roi d’Ys, by Lalo
  • La fluer que tu m’avias jetee (The Flower Song), from Carmen, by Bizet
  • See How They Love Me, by Ned Rorem
  • Youth, Old Age, Day and Night, by Ned Rorem
  • I Hear You Calling Me, by Charles Marshall
  • En fermant les yeux (The Dream Song), from Manon, by Massenet
  • 23rd Psalm, by Albert Hay Malotte
  • Nearer My God to Thee, arranged by James Stevens

Jimmy Benecasa, a 2012 alumnus of Evangel, will provide piano accompaniment.

Schatz will graduate in May with a bachelor’s degree in music education. Following graduation, he is planning to pursue music ministry, working in a church or school. He is the son of Craig and Andrea Schatz and hails from Rogers, Ark.

Evangel University is a private, Christian university of arts, sciences and professions. With an enrollment of more than 2,000 students from all 50 states and abroad, Evangel offers more than 100 undergraduate academic programs and nine master’s programs.