Jacquelyn Culpepper

Calendar of events

April 26 - Ralph Vaughan Willams Dona Nobis Pacem, Morten Lauridsen, Lux Aeterna: Davidson College Concert Choir and Davidson Pro Arte Orchestra, Jacquelyn Culpepper, soprano; Anthony Deaton, baritone.  General Admissions: $15; Faculty/Staff/Seniors: $10; Youth 18 and under: $5; Students: Free at the door with Davidson ID. Duke Family Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m.

February 18 - Knoxville, Summer 1915 by Samuel Barber, Jacquelyn Culpepper, soprano
Davidson College Symphony Orchestra, 7:30 p.m., Duke Family Performance Hall.

January 17 - Nocturnes by Arnold Cooke featuring Jacquelyn Culpepper, soprano,  Frank Portone, Horn, Michael Rowland, Piano, Lori Tiberio, Artistic Director, 2008 Winner of the Best of the Best in Charlotte (BOB) award for Innovative Programming in Arts and Cultural Events, Chamber Music Series at Providence  United Methodist Church, 2810 Providence Road, Charlotte, NC 28211
704-366-7442,  http://www.providenceumc.org/images/ChamberRecitalSeries.pdf


December 9 -
Charlotte Goodfellows Club Christmas charity luncheon, Charlotte Convention Center, 12:00-1:30, Dues & Donation, For required guest tickets: 704-374-1108

November - Mediterranean tour, info TBA

The following three concerts were part of the Breckenridge Music Festival

AUGUST 12 - Breckenridge Music Festival Cabaret, 7:30 pm- "BACHARACH, MANCINI, and FRIENDS”
Jacquelyn Culpepper, Jessica Medoff-Bunchman, sopranos, David Moffitt, tenor and Daniel Boye, baritone
Music of the 60s and 70s featuring such tunes as Close to You, Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head, Moon River, I'll Never Fall in Love Again, The Pink Panther, What the world needs now is Love, What’s new pussycat?, Love is a Many Splendored Thing, Born Free and more!

Heidrich             Happy Birthday Variations
Saint-Saëns        Piano Concerto No. 2 in g minor, Op. 22
                         mvmts. II & III
                        Featuring Joseph Eisele, piano
Brahms              German Requiem, Op. 45 (sung in English)
Featuring Jacquelyn Culpepper, Soprano and Daniel Boye, Baritone

Jacquelyn Culpepper, Jessica Medoff-Bunchman, sopranos
David Moffitt, tenor and Daniel Boye, baritone

Verdi                 Overture to Luisa Miller
Puccini               Gianni Schicchi - O mio babbino caro
Puccini               Butterfly - Un bel di
Puccini               Edgar -  Questo amor, vergogna mia
Verdi                 Otello -  Credo in un Dio Crudel  
Otello                Salce Salce
Otello                Ave Marie  
Puccini               Turandot – tu che di gel
Puccini               Turandot - Nessun Dorma 
Verdi                 Macbeth - Prelude
Verdi                 Macbeth - Perfidi! All'anglo contro me v'unite
Puccini               La Boheme - Quando m'en vo
Puccini               La Boheme – Che gelida manima
Verdi                 La Traviata - Brindisi: Libbiamo, ne'lieti
Verdi                 Overture to La forza del destino

Beginning May 23, 2009, single concert tickets may be purchased through the Riverwalk Center Box Office (970) 547-3100. Classical concert tickets will be available at the following prices: (All adult tickets subject to $2.00 box office service fee) Gold Section $32.00 Silver Section $27.00 Bronze Section $22.00 Juniors
(18 & Under / All sections)  (includes a $2.00 box office service fee) $7.00 

May 2 - Symphony no. 9, op. 125 in D minor, "Choral" by Beethoven

Symphony Orchestra and UT Choirs: A Butler Dedicatory Series Event
Saturday, May 02, 2009,  8:00 PM, Bass Concert Hall Webcast:   Broadcast begins a few minutes before the performance.
•    All Audio Webcasts are broadcast in Quicktime (download)
•    Quicktime Format: MPEG4-generic/44100/2 16-bit Stereo at 128 kb/sec
Information concerning streaming Program: Symphony no. 9, op. 125 in D minor, "Choral" by Beethoven
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, op. 35 in D major by Tchaikovsky Details:
Gerhardt Zimmermann, conductor
Soo Jin Nam, violin
Jacquelyn Culpepper, soprano
Keely Rhodes, mezzo-soprano
David Moffitt, tenor
Rubin Casas, Bass-Baritone
With the UT Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Singers, Concert Chorale, Men’s Chorus, Women’s Chorus, and Choral Arts Society
Parking:San Jacinto Garage Contact:Email - School of Music Information
Phone - Music Hotline (512) 471-5401 Fees:$20 General Public
$17 Faculty/Staff and Seniors
$10 Students
Tickets are available at UT PAC Box Office, www.utpac.org, (512) 477-6060, or at the door.

March 29 - April 2 American Voices in Honduras, Concerts, master classes


February 21: Mendelssohn: Lobgesang, Bach: #79, 8:00, Canton Symphony Orchestra, Jacquelyn Culpepper, soprano, Gerhardt Zimmermann, conducting, Umstattd Hall, Canton, OH, Umstattd Hall, Website:



December 10: Charlotte Goodfellows Club, Christmas Luncheon, Charlotte Convention Center,12:00-1:30, Dues & Donation, For required guest tickets 704-374-1108

December 5A VOX Christmas from St. John's Live Broadcast featuring Jacquelyn Culpepper, soprano, members of the Charlotte Symphony, VOX, conductor David Tang in a holiday concert featuring vocal ensemble VOX and friends at St. John's Baptist Church in Charlotte.   podcast: http://stream.publicbroadcasting.net/production/mp3/wdav/local-wdav-801577.mp3

November 24:  Bach Magnificat and Poulenc Gloria, 7:30 p.m. Davidson College Concert Choir, Jacquelyn Culpepper, soprano soloist, Duke Family Performance Hall, Davidson College
General Admission: $15/ Faculty, Staff, Seniors: $10/ Youth 18 and under: $5/ College Students: Free at the door with College ID, For information call 704-894-2848 or email Minh Nguyen at minguyen@davidson.edu   For tickets call 704-894-2135.

November 4: An Appalachian Songbook: North Carolina in Word, Music, And Song, 12:10pm and 5:30pm, Jacquelyn Culpepper, soprano, Phillip Bush, pianist, Kathryn Stripling Byer, North Carolina Poet Laureate, Chamber Music at St Peters, St. Peters Episcopal Church, 115 West 7th Street, Charlotte, Free Admission.

 podcast:  http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wdav/.jukebox?action=viewPodcast&podcastId=16923

November 2: An Appalachian Songbook: North Carolina in Word, Music, and Song, 7:30 p.m.
Jacquelyn Culpepper, soprano, Phillip Bush, pianist, Kathryn Stripling Byer, North Carolina Poet Laureate, special guest: composer Kenneth Frazelle, Tyler Tallman Hall, Sloan Music Center, Davidson College, Free Admission, Tickets Required. For information call 704-894-2848 or email Minh Nguyen at minguyen@davidson.edu, For tickets call 704-894-2135.