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ISU Onstage
Friday at 7:00 PM

Archived ISU Onstage Episodes

ISU Onstage" a brand new radio show that highlights the wealth of talent right here on our campus. Join us every Friday evening at 7pm to enjoy music, theatre, and other exciting collaborations performed by ISU students and faculty.

Latest Episodes
  • We will listen to The ISU Chamber Orchestra and String Ensemble Concert, held on April 19th, 2021 directed by Dr. Hyeri Choi, and Dr Eleanor Cox. The Concert featured works by Bach, Shostakovich and Mendelssohn.
  • We will be listening to Eduardo Martinez’s senior recital, held on April 7th, 2021 under the guidance of his flute professor, Dr. Julie Sorensen. His recital featured works by Schocker, Schubert, Doppler, Clarke, and Dutilleux.
  • ISU Onstage presents Samantha Lai's junior flute recital.
  • We will be listening to ISU student Gabe Lowman’s senior piano recital. Gabe is a talented student who graduated in December of 2020. The recital features an eclectic program of works from the classical, romantic, and modern era. Gabe Lowman was a student of Dr. Kori Bond.
  • For the February 5th episode of ISU Onstage we will be listening to a recital from March of 2020 by ISU professor Dr. Hyeri Choi. Dr. Choi serves as ISU’s violin and viola professor, and the concertmaster of the Idaho State Civic Symphony. Choi’s accompanist for this recital was pianist Jonathan Jung, an accomplished composer and educator who works at Lee University in Tennessee. The concert ends with a collaboration that includes Dr. Eleanor Cox who serves as ISU’s cello professor.
  • We will be listening to ISU student Nicholas Craven's senior vocal recital. Nicholas is a talented student who graduated in December of 2020. The recital features an eclectic program of works from the classical, romantic, and modern era. Nicholas Cravens was a student of Professor Kathleen Lane.
  • For tonight’s program, we will be listening to the fall concert from the ISU Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Thom Hasenpflug. This ensemble is made of students from Dr. Hasenpflug’s percussion studio, and this performance features a mix of contemporary and classic works.
  • This week, ISU Onstage will present a performance from February 9th, 2018 by the Idaho State-Civic Symphony, under the direction of Dr. Julie Sorensen. This performance features works by Mozart, Khatchaturian (caught-cha-turian), and Wagner (vagner) as well as Rachmaninoff’s (rock-mawn-e-noff) “Concerto number 2 for Piano and Orchestra” featuring the brilliant pianist Natalia Lauk.