Soprano Teresa Radomski, Wake Forest associate professor of music, will mark her 20th year at the university with a 3 p.m. performance featuring Wake Forest pianist Louis Goldstein on Sunday, Sept. 14, in Brendle Recital Hall.
The free concert of songs by Enrique Granados, Charles Ives and Sergei Rachmaninoff is also a celebration of Radomski’s long-standing artistic collaboration with Goldstein.
Radomski, who joined the Wake Forest music faculty in 1977, appears widely as a recitalist, opera and oratorio soloist. She made her Carnegie Recital Hall debut in 1987 and has recorded on the Opus One label. She has a special interest in the Spanish song repertoire and early vocal music. Radomski is the singing director for Wake Forest’s musical theater productions and performs with the Wake Forest Consort.
Goldstein, a Wake Forest music faculty member since 1979, teaches piano and piano literature courses. An active recitalist, accompanist and ensemble member, he also co-directs the Christopher Giles and Lucille S. Harris Competitions in Musical Performance.
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