The Voice of Margery Tede
Professor William Corbett-Jones leads a concert of contemporary music in memory of alumna Margery C. Tede, a mezzo-soprano well known in the Bay Area for her luminous voice and support of the arts.
This concert celebrates Mrs. Tede’s work and the music of those she collaborated with during her life: Kirke Mechem, Roger Nixon, Gordon Getty, Ron McFarland, Jon Sutton and Virgil Thomson.
Mrs. Tede (M.A., Humanities, ’64) performed in critically acclaimed roles in operas throughout the U.S., Europe, Central America and Asia and founded and led the American Concert Association, which provides scholarship funds to aspiring artists.
The Tede family wishes to recognize the American Concert Association, of which Mrs. Tede was the founder and guiding spirit over many years.
- Venue: Knuth Hall, SF State University Creative Arts Building
- Date: Sat November 7, 2009 3:00pm
- City: San Francisco
- Price Range: Free
- Tickets: 415-338-2467
From “The White Election” (Emily Dickinson)
Three Transcendental Songs (Walt Whitman)
“Goodbye, Farewell and Adieu”–Three Songs of Parting, Op .33
Two songs from “Mostly About Love”
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