Jane Wilcox Hively
AN EVENING WITH
MOUNTAIN STREAMS MUSIC AND FRIENDS
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 AT 7:00 PM
Mountain Streams Music is comprised of well-known, local couple/duo Jane Wilcox Hively
and Jonathan Hively.
Jane has recorded several CDs of Celtic, Classical, Sacred and Meditational Harp music. She is a popular vocal soloist and also teaches voice, harp and guitar.
Jonathan has been the Valley’s own "Piper" for numerous weddings, memorials and concerts. He also teaches bagpipes and enjoys playing the hammered dulcimer, penny whistle and singing, as well.
Jane and Jonathan will be joined by friends Andriana Gnap Freeman, Gaye-Lynn Kern, Gordon Grant and more.
Andriana began performing Ukrainian folk music and dance at age four. She has appeared as a vocalist, actress, violinist, and dancer in numerous theater productions and festivals. A member of Actor’s Equity Association, her credits include Disneyworld, FL, The Lyric West Theater in Boston, The Lunaria Jazz Club in Los Angeles, and New England’s Tony award winning Williamstown Theater Festival, with Broadway director Roger Rees.
Andriana holds a Master’s Degree in Education from Boston University and teaches English as a Second Language here in NH. She enjoys collaborating with the talented musicians of the area. Andriana continues to perform Ukrainian music at festivals in New York and New England, with her family trio “Heavenstar.” To hear more of Andriana’s music, please visit www.youtube.com/heavenstarnebozir as well as www.Andriana.org.
is a Performer, Teacher and Clinician. Her areas of specialization are Voice, Music Theatre, Drama and Speech Arts.
She has a Master of Music (Voice) & a Post Graduate Diploma from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, UK.
Other post-graduate studies include the Mozart Opera Studies Institute and the Pacific Voice Conference.
Gaye-Lynn Kern has performed over twenty eight leading roles in opera (The Medium, Hansel and Gretel, The Magic Flute), operetta (The Mikado, H.M.S. Pinafore), Music Theatre (The Sound of Music, My Fair Lady) and plays (Dancing at Lughnasa, Murder at the Howard
Johnson’s). Her thirty-four directorial credits include; Anne of Green Gables, The Boyfriend, Grease, Li’l Abner and Oliver!,The Real Inspector Hound, Blithe Spirit and Nunsense. At the International Saxophone Conference 2000 in Montreal, Ms. Kern premiered “Songs of Childhood”.
Ms. Kern has enjoyed adjudicating at over 100 Music Festivals in Western Canada since 1990. She is the Past President of the Saskatoon Music Festival and Provincial Rep. for the CMFAA.
Twelve of her thirty years of Vocal Pedagogy have been at universities and colleges
where she has taught for both Music and Drama Departments and her students are
frequent festival scholarship winners at both local and provincial levels. Her students have ranged in age from 3 years (pre-kindergarten) to 85 years (Elderhostel).
Ms Kern coaches professionals in a wide variety of careers.
She has performed professionally in England, Europe, the United States, and Canada. She also performs in Improv Theatre and on the Concert Stage both solo and as a member of The