(March 13, 2012)

Sigma Alpha Iota holds Lagniappe Concert

SHREVEPORT, LA — The women of Sigma Alpha Iota (ΣAI) will hold their annual Lagniappe Concert on Monday, March 19 at 7:00 p.m. in Anderson Auditorium. This concert features the music talents of Centenary's faculty and staff. The event is free and open to the public.


Sigma Alpha Iota Chorale Margaret Blackburn
Sisters of Sigma Alpha Iota, Eta Lambda Chapter
Whirlwind Waltz Peter Schickele
Sally Horak, lecturer in music, flute
Dr. Gay Grosz, collaborative artist-in-residence, piano
Thomas Hundemer, lecturer in music, horn
Laura Crawford, violin
Adrienne Gabriel, viola
The Sounds of Learning Rodgers & Hammerstein
Your Favorite Things
Amy Hammond and Jennifer Strange
Dr. Amy Hammond, assistant professor in psychology, soprano
Cathy DeRousse, adjunct in music, piano
Ain't Misbehavin' George Gershwin
Dr. Gay Grosz, piano
Cathy DeRousse, piano
Four Gambling Songs Jacob Niles
The Rovin' Gambler
The Gambler's Lament
Gambler, Don't Lose Your Place
Gambler's Song of the Big Sandy River
Dr. Horace English, professor of music, bass-baritone
Joyce English, piano
Sonatina for flute and accordion (1959) Waldemar Bloch
I. Allegro molto
II. Adagio (Theme and Variations)
III. Presto
Sally Horak, lecturer in music, flute
Dr. Tom Ticich, professor of chemistry, accordion

Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity was founded in 1903. ΣAI and its members are proud of their strong heritage of supporting the art of music. The members are active in all areas of campus music and campus life. They work closely with faculty, administration, campus and community groups, music professionals, and patrons.