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March 2006 Concert

The Pro-Mozart Society of Atlanta's March 2006 concert featured Evan Marie Dozier-Stefanuk, Mezzo-soprano. Evan was the society's 2005 Scholarship Competition winner. During this concert, she was accompanied by her husband, Misha V. Stefanuk, Pianist.


Evan Marie and Misha Stefanuk presented the following program:

"Blute nur, du liebes Herz" from Matthaus-Passion by Johann S. Bach (1685 - 1750)

"Tutte nel cor vi sento" from Idomeneo by W. A Mozart (1756 - 1791)

"Serres Chaudes", Op. 24 by Ernest Chausson (1855 - 1899)

Serre chaude

Serre d'ennui


Fauves las


"Four Songs", Op. 2 by Arnold Schoenberg (1874 - 1951)


Schenk mir deinen goldenen Kamm



Three Dickinson Songs by Andre Previn (b. 1930)

As Imperceptibly as Grief

Wil There Really Be a Morning?

Good Morning Midnight

"MOCKBA, May 2004", Op. 119 by Misha V. Stefanuk (b. 1967)

Five Children's Songs by Misha V. Stefanuk (b. 1967)


Grandma J's


April 3rd

The Sun

"I Love Paris" by Cole Porter (1881 - 1964)

"Anything Goes" by Cole Porter (1881 - 19564)

"Nice Work If You Can Get It" by George Gershwin (1898 - 1937)

"Fascinating Rhythm" by George Gershwin (1898 - 1937)


Artists' Biographies

Evan Marie Dozier-Stefanuk, Soprano

Evan Marie Dozier-Stefanuk is a young and successful soprano vocalist and composer. She has studied music since the age of 14. She began at Vanderbilt University's Blair School of Music in its pre-college program and later obtained her Bachelor of Music Degree from Vanderbilt, graduating summa cum laude. In the spring of 2006, she will graduate with her Master of Music Degree in Vocal Performance and Opera from Georgia State University in Atlanta. Evan has studied in private lessons and in master classes with world-renowned teachers including Thomas Hampson, Richard Miller, Edda Moser, Edith Mathis, Galina Pisarenko, Sharon Stephenson, Dr. Johathan Miller, George Shirley, Dr. Johathan Retzlaff, Carol Webber, Ward Holmquist, Carol Neblett, Maestro Fred Scott, and Walter Huff of the Atlanta Opera, Dr. Peter Marshall of the Atlanta Symphony, and others. Evan's most recent accomplishment includes the First Place prize winner of the Pro-Mozart Competition, which sent her to study at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. In April, Evan will be performing the role of "Lady Billows" in Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring. She also recently performed the title role of "Suor Angelica" in Puccini's Suor Angelica.

Aside from her performing career, Evan enjoys an exceptionally successful vocal studio in Atlanta, Georgia. Many of her students have been accepted as vocal majors at leading univdrsitions and collets including North Carolina School of the Arts, Vanderbilt Univerisity, Belmont University, Shorter College, and many others.

Misha V. Stefanuk, Pianist

Misha V. Stefanuk began playing piano at the age of five. He composed his first piece when he was nine. Misha studied at the Moscow Studio of Music Improvisation Art, the Moscow Conservatory School, the Russian Academy of Music, Belmont University, Skidmore Jazz Institute, and Washington State University. He has written more than 100 works for a variety of instrumentations, as well as music for over thirty theater shows, including an original score for Y2K Survival Guide with Leonard Nemoy. Misha has composed a significant amount of music for network television, including program such as All My Children (ABC), One Life to LIve (ABC), Passions (NBC), The Chris Isaak Show (Showtime), and First Monday (CBS). Among his works are the Mel Bay best-sellers Jazz Piano Chords (2001) and Jazz Piano Scales (2003), Jazz Piano for the Young Beginner, Jazz Piano Album (2005), and Piano for Adults (2003).

Misha is a monthly columnist for Creative Keyboard and a judge at the "Annual Chopin Youth Piano Competition" in Wisconsin. Misha is a prized winner of the Stereotypes and Nations Composition Competition held by Muzica Centrum Art Society in Kracow, Poland for his composition Equinokse for oboe, string trio, and prepared piano, and of the Concerto Aria Composition Competition at Belmont University for his piece The New American Symphony,. He was also named Outstanding Piano Player at the 129th Annual Lionel University, Washington State University, and Skidmore Summer Jazz Institute. Misha and his wife, Evan, teach over one hundred students at Johnson Ferry Conservatory of Music in Atlanta, Georgia and privately.


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