SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Evangel University’s Esther Malone will perform her senior voice recital on March 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Barnett Recital Hall.
Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. For her recital, she will be accompanied by Carol Wilson, retired music instructor at Evangel.
Malone is the daughter of Howard and Melanie Malone of Waynesville, Mo., and she will graduate this spring with a music industry degree.
“The music industry major at Evangel prepares students for positions in the rapidly evolving world of music business, recording engineer and other music technology,” said Jason Salazar, assistant professor of music. “The program blends music, business and communication courses with hands-on experience using state-of-the-art technology.”
“Zurcher Marsch,” by Jan Koetsier
“Verborgenheit,” by Hugo Wolf
“Villanelle,” by Eva Del’Acqua
“Mi Chiamano Mimi,” by Giacomo Puccini
“The Flower Duet,” by Leo Delibes
with Sarah Specter
“Willow Song,” by Douglas Moore
“The Lonely Goatherd,” by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein
“For the First Time in Forever,” by Kirsten Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez
with Maria McArdle
“The Fair Banks,” by Cody D. Yanez
with Cody Yanez, Erin Malone, Josh Parrish, and Austin Day
“Epilogue,” by Claude Michel Schonberg, Alain Boubil, Jean-Marc Natel
with Cody Yanez, Maria McArdle, Julia Gardino, Josh Page, and former Evangel Concert Choir
Her band, her future — Lonesome House
After graduation, Malone plans to apply her music industry degree in the development and production of her band Lonesome House, an indie rock band that consists of Evangel students and alumni.
Lonesome House plays local shows in Springfield as well as in Nixa, Bolivar and Kansas City.
Their EP “Stories” is available on Spotify and iTunes. The band hopes to write and record their first full-length album this year. For more information on Lonesome House, visit: https://www.facebook.com/lonesomehouse/