|Sunday Afternoon Concert - Hollis Prize Recital - Madeline Moylan, Flute (ML)|
Event Type: Music & Performances|
Age Group(s): Family, All ages, Adults
Start Time: 2:00 PM
End Time: 3:00 PM
Millikin University's School of Music is pleased to present the 2017 Hollis Prize Winner's Recital at the Gail Borden Public Library. The competition is made possible through the generosity of Dr. Kimm Hollis, Millikin alumnus and Professor of Music and Artist in Residence Emeritus at Hanover College.Library: Main Library Map
The winner is Madeline Moylan, Flute!
Madeline Moylan, a native of Breese, Ill., is a junior Flute Performance major at Millikin University in Decatur, IL. She is a student of Laurie Glencross, and plays flute and piccolo in the Millikin Wind Ensemble, Millikin Decatur Symphony Orchestra, Millikin Flute Choir and the Eidolan Quintet. She performed as a featured soloist with the Millikin Wind Ensemble in Spring of 2015, as well as in masterclasses for Bernard Goldberg, retired Principal Flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony, and Sir James Galway, renowned international flute soloist. Recently, Madeline spent a semester abroad in Dublin, Ireland, studying at the Royal Irish Academy of Music with William Dowdall and had the opportunity to perform with the Royal Irish Academy of Music Junior Wind Band at the National Concert Hall in Dublin.
As well as pursuing her degree in Flute Performance, Madeline studies piano with Dr. Silvan Negrutiu and has performed in student recitals and for guest artists presenting master classes at Millikin. She is a member of Millikinís music fraternity for Women, Sigma Alpha Iota; Millikin Piano Club and the Millikin Flute Society. Madeline is an Honors student, a Presidential Scholar and a James Millikin Scholar. Recently, she became a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies.
In the future, Madeline aspires to perform as an orchestral musician and teach at the college level. After graduation, she plans to continue her studies in music.
Location: Meadows Comm. Rms. A-B-C
The one-hour performance begins at 2pm in the Meadows Community Rooms. Meet the artist and enjoy refreshments after the concert.