Heidi Moss Erickson and Faythe Vollrath Celebrate 400 Years of Music
Faythe Vollrath, keyboard and UC Davis lecturer in music
Heidi Moss Erickson, soprano and UC Davis lecturer in music
On the 400th anniversary of William Byrd’s death (in 1623) UC Davis lecturer in music Faythe Vollrath will perform music of Byrd on a popular instrument of the time: the English Tudor virginal. The instrument is a sort of soft-spoken harpsichord, and the instrument she will be performing on was donated by the family of a previous UC Davis voice teacher, Nadine Salonites. Soprano and also a UC Davis lecturer in music (teaching voice), Heidi Moss Erickson will perform selections to be announced. Heidi has learned how to sing through her Bell’s Palsy paralysis and created an inspiring vocal pedagogy.
William Byrd: All in a Garden Green and Oh Mistris Myne
John Dowland: Come Again, Sweet Love doth Now Invite and Fine Knacks for Ladies
Henry Purcell: Music for Awhile and If Music be the Food of Love
And other selections to be announced.
Free, a Shinkoskey Noon Concert