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WE KILLED IT YEP..........Feb. 15 Concert Kicks Off Schools' Centennial Celebration
Shaker Heights High School Centennial Concert
Date: February 15
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Large Auditorium at Shaker Heights High School
15911 Aldersyde Drive
Since their earliest years, the Shaker Heights schools have been committed to providing each student with the opportunity to understand, appreciate, and perform music.
On February 15, the High School’s acclaimed music department will pay tribute to the community’s 100-year history of supporting the arts and culture with a special Centennial concert featuring the Wind Ensemble, A Cappella Choirs, and Chamber Orchestra – all told, more than 220 student musicians. On the program: the world premiere of a new work commissioned especially for the Centennial of the Shaker community and schools.
Set to the text of a poem by Langston Hughes, the new work was composed by David Conte, a choral composer of national stature. The Madeline and Dennis Block Fund of the Shaker Schools Foundation provided support for the project.
“In preparing to commission a piece of music for this occasion, I began by searching for a text that would capture the essential character of our school and community,” said Robert Schneider, chair of Shaker’s music department. “With the help of several colleagues, I identified ‘I Dream a World’ by the great American poet Langston Hughes. The poem envisions a world where peace, freedom and justice flourish. To me, these are fundamental Shaker Heights values.
“The poet’s personal story makes him even more relevant to us. He was a truly multicultural man: his ancestry included forebears who were African-American, Scottish, Jewish, French, English, and Native American. He spent his high school years in Cleveland, just a few miles from here. And he was a world traveler, seeking artistic inspiration in many cultures.”
Conte was a natural choice to set Hughes’s words to music. One of the nation’s leading composers of choral music, he wrote an uplifting piece that was performed at President Obama’s inauguration in 2009. “We had the privilege of working with Mr. Conte when the Shaker choir performed the Obama piece in fall 2009,” Schneider said. “We are honored that he accepted the invitation to compose a piece for the Shaker Centennial.” Conte, who now lives in California, will be in town to help the student musicians prepare and will attend the concert.
The evening will open with a musical journey through the past century, with narration by WCLV’s Bill O’Connell, a Shaker parent. The repertoire ranges from Sousa and Copland to Simon & Garfunkel. Tom Deep will direct the Wind Ensemble, Donna Jelen will conduct the Chamber Orchestra, and Schneider will conduct the choir selections and the Conte piece.
The concert is free and open to the public.
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