Judson Adjunct Professor Adam Huff to Perform Guitar Recital
(ELGIN, IL - January 13, 2011) Judson adjunct music professor Adam Huff will perform a guitar recital at 12 noon on Friday, January 14 in Herrick Chapel. The program will feature pieces from Mikhail Timofeevich Visotsky, Johann Sebastian Bach and Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco.
As the son of missionaries to the former Soviet Union, Huff began his studies at age twelve in the country of Belarus with Alexandre Leonidovich Ivanov. He later went on to study at College Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati where he received his BM and MM in guitar performance. Huff has worked as an adjunct faculty member and director of the Judson University Guitar Ensemble since 2009.
The recital will also feature pianist Jennifer Allor. Allor has a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master of Music in Piano Performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music where she studied with Thomas Otto and Daniel Shapiro. Allor has performed in North Carolina with the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra and the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and has extensive solo, chamber and ensemble experience. Allor currently lives in Wheaton, IL and teaches privately.
Judson University is a four-year Christian liberal arts university offering more than 60 different majors and minors. The Judson University offers majors and minors in music ministry, music performance, and music education, as well as music performance certificates.