IU Southeast Music Department bids fond farewell to longtime professor, Dr. Joanna Goldstein during April 24 Orchestra concert
Goldstein, conductor of the orchestra, will also be featured soloist in Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3
NEW ALBANY, Ind. (Apr. 11, 2022) — The Music Department at Indiana University Southeast will present the IU Southeast Orchestra on Sunday, April 24, 2022 at 3 p.m. in the Richard K. Stem Concert Hall in the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center on the IU Southeast campus, 4201 Grant Line Road in New Albany. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. To donate online, visit go.iu.edu/GiveToIUSMusic.
This concert will mark the end of the tenure of IU Southeast Professor of Music, Dr. Joanna Goldstein who, after 40 years at IU Southeast, will be retiring at the end of this academic year. In addition to conducting the IU Southeast Orchestra, Goldstein — who is the director of the orchestra along with associate director, Dr. Molly Baugh — will also be the featured piano soloist on the program.
The program will open with Associate Professor of Music Education and Instrumental Music, Dr. Molly Baugh conducting the Overture to La gazza ladra (The Thieving Magpie) by Gioachino Rossini followed by the Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor by Sergei Rachmaninoff with Goldstein as soloist. After a brief intermission, the concert will conclude with Goldstein conducting the Symphony No. 4 in E Major, Op. 98 by Johannes Brahms.
Joanna Goldstein Goldstein is Professor of Music at Indiana University Southeast. She was also formerly the Dean of the School of Arts & Letters until 2001. In addition to her piano studio, she directs the Indiana University Southeast Orchestra. Joanna earned her Bachelor of Music degree summa cum laude at Temple University, her Masters of Music at The Juilliard School and a Ph. D. from New York University. She also studied at the Academy for Music and the Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria as a Fulbright-Hays Scholar and has received numerous honors including winning the Philadelphia Orchestra Young Artist Competition on two occasions, the National Arts Club Competition and the Mason-Hamlin Competition.
As a solo pianist, Joanna has performed with the Louisville Orchestra, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and the Philadelphia Orchestra, as well as several regional orchestras in the U.S. Dr. Goldstein has performed solo recitals and chamber music throughout the United States, England, Austria, and Germany and has recorded for South German Radio and appeared on WQXR in New York, as well as public radio in the Philadelphia area and in Louisville. She is a founding member of the Kentucky Center Chamber Players which has performed a subscription series in the Louisville area since the 1982-1983 season. This chamber group has also toured and played educational concerts throughout the tri-state area and recorded for National Public Radio. The ensemble has two CD recordings: Between Tides on Centaur Records and Four on the Floor on New Dynamic Records. Dr. Goldstein has two additional CDs released on Centaur Records featuring women composers of the early 20th century entitled Nasty Women and They Persisted.
Dr. Goldstein is the author of A Beethoven Enigma: Performance Practice and the Piano Sonata, Opus 111, Peter Lang Publishers, Inc. She has been the recipient of The Excellence in Research and Creativity Award at Indiana University Southeast and is a member of FACET, The Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching at Indiana University. Dr. Goldstein is a member of the Fulbright-Hays Association, The College Music Society, and The National Association of Schools of Music.
Free parking is available in the Dogwood lot directly in front of the Ogle Center and in the Hickory lot directly behind the Ogle Center from one hour prior to the start of the performance until one hour following the conclusion of the performance. Vehicles parked in other locations and/or at other times will be subject to ticketing.
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IU Southeast Music Department presents
IU SOUTHEAST ORCHESTRA
Dr. Joanna Goldstein, director and pianist | Dr. Molly Baugh, associate director
Sunday, April 24, 2022
Ogle Center | Stem Concert Hall
Indiana University Southeast
4201 Grant Line Road
New Albany, IN 47150
Free admission. Donations appreciated.
Donate online at go.iu.edu/GiveToIUSMusic.
General admission. No reserved seating.
Program features Dr. Joanna Goldstein as piano soloist in Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3, Gioachino Rossini’s Overture to La gazza ladra (The Thieving Magpie), and Johannes Brahms’ Symphony No. 4.
Free parking available in the Dogwood and Hickory parking lots from one hour prior to the start of the performance until one hour following the conclusion of the performance.
For more information about degree programs and scholarships offered by the IU Southeast Music Department, please call (812) 941-2655 or visit ius.edu/music.
About IU Southeast: IU Southeast is one of seven campuses of Indiana University. Offering more than 130-degree programs and concentrations, the scenic 180-acre campus is located less than 15 minutes from downtown Louisville, Kentucky. It currently has an enrollment of more than 4,100 students and employs more than 400 faculty members. About 400 students now live on campus in five fully furnished, lodge-style residence halls. For more information, visit www.ius.edu. IU Southeast is a tobacco-free campus.
About the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center: The Ogle Center, Southern Indiana's center for the performing and visual arts on the campus of IU Southeast in New Albany, presents concerts, plays, art exhibits, speakers, and community and university events. The signature "The Ogle Center Presents" series features professional, nationally-touring artists. The Louisville Orchestra performs several times each season as part of their Music Without Borders series. Operating under the umbrella of the IU Southeast School of Arts & Letters, the Ogle Center is also home to the IU Southeast Music Department - presenting concerts and recitals by IU Southeast student ensembles and faculty - and the IU Southeast Theatre Department, presenting plays and musicals. For more information, visit oglecenter.com.