Summer Carillon Concert: Dr. Linda Dzuris
- Monday June 28 7:00pm
Dr. Linda Dzuris (BM '92, MM '93, DMA '98), performs the first of our "7 at 7" Monday night carillon concerts at Burton Memorial Tower. Her program ranges from Argentine tango to Gershwin to pop hits from multiple decades.
The annual series takes place at 7 PM on Mondays from June 21 to August 9, featuring performers from Michigan and around the U.S. playing either Burton or Lurie Tower. The carillon is an outdoor instrument, and attendees are requested to maintain social distance in the outdoor listening areas surrounding the towers. Attendees are required to follow the University of Michigan, Washtenaw County, Michigan state, and federal guidelines for large outdoor gatherings.
Please fill out our convenient pre-registration form: https://myumi.ch/ZQWvq. This information will be kept for 21 days after the concert, and will only be used for contact tracing if confirmed COVID-19 cases become associated with the gathering.
BIOGRAPHY: Dr. Linda Dzuris became Clemson’s first University Carillonneur in 1999 and is a Professor of Music in the Department of Performing Arts. Additionally, Dzuris is a performance instructor of the North American Carillon School, which was established in 2013 as affiliate and American representative of the Royal Carillon School ‘Jef Denyn’ in Mechelen, Belgium. She received her B.M., M.M., and D.M.A. degrees in organ performance and church music from the University of Michigan. Carillon study was also done in Ann Arbor, MI, with additional study at The Netherlands Carillon School in Amersfoort, NL. Dzuris is a former board member, a current adjudicator on the Associate Carillonneur Evaluation Committee, and a juror on the Carillonneur Exam Committee for the GCNA. She has been a featured guest artist in carillon concert series throughout the United States, The Netherlands, France, and Switzerland. In 2017, Dzuris performed concerts on behalf of the GCNA at the 19th World Carillon Federation Congress held in Barcelona, Spain. American Carillon Music Editions and the Yale Guild of Carillonneurs publish her original carillon compositions.
Free - no tickets required