Students to perform joint recital

Northwestern College juniors Andrew Klumpp of Sanborn, Iowa, and Daniel Mangold of Linn Grove, Iowa, will present a joint student recital on Sunday, Feb. 15, at 3 p.m. in Christ Chapel. The public is invited to attend; no admission will be charged.

Klumpp, a music and religion major, will perform 10 pieces for tenor voice. Sarah Shively, a music major from Council Bluffs, Iowa will accompany him on piano for nine of them. Klumpp’s repertoire includes three works each by Henry Purcell, Richard Hundley and Johannes Brahms. He will close with a composition by Wolfgang Mozart, on which he will be accompanied on piano by Lori Vande Brake, staff accompanist.

Klumpp plays euphonium in Northwestern’s Symphonic Band and has been a member of the A cappella Choir as well as Heritage Singers. He is the recipient of the Cyndy Rowenhorst Memorial Scholarship and Lawrence and Dorothy Van Wyk Scholarship. After graduating, he plans to go to graduate school.

Mangold, an instrumental music education major, will perform four pieces for trumpet, accompanied by Vande Brake. He will start with Folksong for Trumpet and Piano by Bruce Broughton and continue with Johann Hummel’s Concerto in Eb Major. On Anthony Plog’s Animal Ditties for Narrator, C Trumpet and Piano, he will be accompanied by the other members of Northwestern’s Brass Quintet: Carolyn Dundas, Rachel Schultz, Josh Van Der Maaten and Zack Wolf. Simon Campbell will narrate. Mangold will finish with Billy Strayhorn’s Take the A Train.

Mangold has participated in the Symphonic Band, Jazz Band, Brass Quintet, A cappella Choir and Northwest Iowa Symphony Orchestra. He is the recipient of the McGilvra Scholarship for Brass, the Anna Laura Lensink Endowed Music Scholarship and a music activity award. Mangold plans to teach high school instrumental music after graduation.