Tanner Conference 2017
Tanner celebrates the relationship between the liberal arts classroom and student participation in an increasingly diverse and interdependent world.
- Presentations begin at 9:15 a.m. and run through 4:10 p.m. on Tuesday, October 31st at the Wellesley College Science Center.
- All events are in the Science Center, including breakfast at 8:45 a.m., lunch, and refreshments. The Bae Pao in the campus center and Pomeroy cafeterias will also be open. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome!
- We encourage you to share this announcement with the faculty, staff, and students in your department.
- There are no regularly scheduled classes, so come and spend the day celebrating the liberal arts at work in the world at Tanner Conference 2017.
Carillonneurs Performance for Tanner
The Wellesley College Guild of Carillonneurs is a student-run organization whose members provide the music of the bells on campus. Active members of the Guild receive lessons, play in masterclasses, and perform regularly on the carillon during the school year. The Guild also hosts open tower events and concerts open to the entire Wellesley community.
Housing 32 bells, the Wellesley carillon was installed in Galen Stone Tower above Green Hall in 1931. The tower is 182 feet tall from the ground to its highest finial. Aside from a few years during World War II, the carillon has been played by Wellesley students since its installation.
8:55-9:15 Helen Cumberbatch ’16
Praeludium by Jacob Van Eyck
Gavotte and Double by Willem DeFesch
Voi che Sapete from the Marriage of Figaro, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The Duke of Brunswick’s Alman by John Bull
10:25-10:45 Sophie Rowland ‘17
Danse Macabre by Camille Saint-Saens
American Folksongs, arr. Gary White
Lazy Daze by John Knox
Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, arr. Beverly Buchanan
12:00-12:20 Lucia Tu
Pavane Belle que Tiens ma Vie
Theme and Variations by James Biery
Cecilia Variations from the Louvaners’ Songbook
Funeral for a Marionette by Charles Gounod, arr. Angelini
2:40-3:00 Alison Draikiwicz ’18
Prelude in C from the Well-Tempered Clavier Book I, J. S. Bach
Forest Vespers by Melvin Corbett
Nocturne from Midsummer Night’s Dream by Felix Mendelssohn
Siciliano by Antonio Diabelli, arr. Barnes
Campanella in D by David Kellner
4:25-4:45 Rebecca Weitzel
Venetian Gondolier by Felix Mendelssohn
Second Star to the Right from Peter Pan, arr. Weitzel
Just Around the Riverbend, arr. Weitzel
Victory Rhapsody by Percival Price