Jessica Paul
Jessica Paul
The second Song Jam of the 2013-14 Luther College Art Song Jamboree series is at 5:15 p.m. Monday, March 17, in the Recital Hall of the Center for Faith and Life on the Luther campus.

Art Song Jamboree, or “Song Jam,” is a music series dedicated to the exploration of art song, new and old, and is open to the public with no charge for admission.

Jessica Paul, Luther professor of music, is the creator and lead advocate of the Art Song series as part of her ongoing research and mission to find art songs written by composers of all eras, musical styles, languages and nationalities. 

Performers in each “jam” program are a mix of musicians from the Luther music faculty and vocal students under the direction of Paul. Featured performers include Aliyah Richling, Luther class of 2011, Joseph Krumholz, Luther visiting instructor of music, Andrew Last, Luther assistant professor of music, and Jill Phillips, Luther class of 2010 and visiting instructor of music. 

Luther student musicians on the program include seniors Sophia Huang, Tani German, Vanessa Libbey, Mary Lieberman and Steven Halloin; and junior, Sam Raiche, with Paul collaborating on piano.  Charles Hoeft, Luther senior, will assist on piano.