Dorothy & Dexter Baker Center for the Arts (general view), Muhlenberg College
AMS Mid-Atlantic Spring 2015 Meeting
April 18, 2015
Baker Center for the Arts, Room 155
Muhlenberg College
2400 W Chew St, Allentown, PA 18104
See below for logistical information
9:30 am Coffee and Pastries
10:00 am Panel IMichael Schnack (Muhlenberg), “The Amateur Choir in Motion: The Innovative Choral Work of Jean Berger (1909-2002)”

Ryan Bunch (Rutgers-Camden), “Beginning with Do Re Mi: Musicals, Childhood, and The Sound of Music”

Julian Onderdonck (West Chester), “Ralph Vaughan Williams’s Original Hymn Tunes: Two Newly Discovered Tunes and a Revised Works List”

12:30pm Lunch

1:30pm Business Meeting

2:00pm Panel II

Samuel Nemeth (College of New Jersey), “The Restoration, Reaction, and Revolution: Berlioz’s Requiem as a Product of the French Outlook on Religion and Romantic Ideals”

Sabrina Clarke (Temple), “Simultaneity and Intertextuality: Nonlinear Time in Dallapiccola’s Canti di Liberazione”

There is a major recruiting event on campus that day so parking may be limited. Attendees can park along the street or in any of the lots except for Front Drive (the horseshoe on the north side of Chew St that begins in front of Egner Chapel). If street parking is unavailable, I would recommend the lots on the south side of Chew St (if you’re heading east on Chew St, the entrance is just past the Center for the Arts and Trexler Library).