MCs: Chris Lux and Steve Hoyt
- "Here We Go Again" by Demi Lovato
- Taylor Burton
- Taylor is a sophomore at Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School. She hopes that one day her life's story will motivate others to always follow their dreams, despite how impossible they may seem. This will be her third year performing in the Evening of the Arts.
- "The Suicides" conceived, adapted, and directed by Sara Poirier
- Casts: Jackie Lewis (Student 1), Kurt Qing (Student 2), Jacob Eitel (Student 3), Juan Carlos Venis (R.M.), Joanna Campodonico (J.M.), and and Sara Poirier (H.D.)
- "The Suicides" is a play about three anatomy students who are forced to contemplate the deaths of the cadavers upon which they work. Only one of the students grasps at the truth that we should all keep in mind -- that our cadavers were once living people, with relationships, emotions, and fears of their own. Within the enlightened student's imagination, which has lately been influenced by the work of a certain Elizabethan playwright, the deceased share their stories in a way that emphasizes the poetic beauty of a fragile human life.
- Crispus Attucks Step Team
Seniors: Victoria Mathis (co-captain), Terri Ware (co-captain), D'elvree White (co-captain), Alisha Jones, Domineque Maryland, Kenneth Rush, Ayanna Smith, Jessica Stewart, Kanesha Strader
Junior: Jordann Phillips
Freshmen: Ashley Garner, and Asia Payne
- This is the fourth appearance for the Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School Step Team at the Evening of the Arts. The team formed in the fall of 2006 under the auspices of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA), IUSM chapter. Our mission is to engage students' interest in step (a tradition amongst Black Greek Lettered Organizations), promote unity and discipline through this collaborative art, and provide mentors for education and life. This year, the team is coached by SNMA member Emmary Butler, a second year medical student at IUSM and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
- "Intermezzo Op. 118 No. 2" by Johannes Brahms
- Angela Choe (MS1)
- Currently an MS I at the Indianapolis campus, Angela Choe started playing the piano at the age of seven. Even though she was never a music major, Angela was able to continue with her musical exploration in college, where she got to perform with the orchestra and participated in master classes with Stephen Hough and Richard Goode. Tonight, Angela will be playing one of the most beautiful and intimate intermezzi written by Johannes Brahms - Intermezzo No. 2 in A major from Op. 118.
- Poi Juggling
- Danielle Friedman (MS IV)
- Poi is an alternative juggling style that originated in New Zealand. Danielle first learned it from her older brother, a fantastic juggler. He decided to teach poi to her when it became clear that she was really bad at classical juggling techniques. She has been practicing and teaching this style for about 7 years. She is a member of Indy Fire Artists, and performs professionally both in Indianapolis and around the country.
- Ballroom Medley
- Patricia Wade and Lee Lincoln
- Patricia Wade and Lee Lincoln support, teach, and enjoy the arts. Tonight they will be dancing to "Show Some Emotion" by Joan Armatrading. Patricia serves as the Learning Specialist in the School of Medicine.
- "The Sun Revolves around Us"
- New Kingdom
Vocals:Jonathan Lin (MS II)
Guitars: Neel Bhatt (MS II) and Rohan Sharma (MS II)
Keyboard: David Robinson
Bass: Eric Shin (MS II)
Drums: Danny Tran (MS II)
- New Kingdom is a modern alternative band that prides itself in operatic vocals, novel beats, unorthodox lyrics, and soul-wrenching guitar riffs. They are performing to provide EOTA with some livelihood and give the audience an evening in which to expand their musical palette. The band hopes to entertain and showcase something new with "The Sun Revolves around Us."
- "Stories of Me! Stories of You?"
- Ross A. McEntarfer (MS III)
- Ross grew up in Southern Indiana and is a third year at IUSM. His future career interests are international relief, surgery, and mountaineering. If he is not at the hospital or studying, most likely you will find him outside on one of his bikes. He has written several pieces of prose and non-fiction in college and medical school which mainly focus on the human experience of life. Tonight, his piece focuses on the humor or his own life and the idea that it is okay to stop and ponder the meaning of it all.
- "Art of Motion"
- Kurt Qing (MS I)
- Featured songs: "Voyager" by Daft Punk, "Billy Jean" by Michael Jackson, and "Auto" by Hexstatic
This dance features mainly popping and its various elements, presented mostly by freestyle. The music is mixed by Kurt specifically for this occasion from the songs listed above and the wisdom of our anatomy professors. This act is intended for fun and entertainment only and performed with due respect.
- "Violoncello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104, First Movement: Allegro" by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904)
- Cello: Sarah Bishop (MS IV)
Piano: Frances Gray
- Dvorak's cello concerto is considered by most to be the greatest and most challenging cello concerto in the standard repertoire. It is a required audition piece in most major symphony orchestras. Dvorak wrote his last solo concerto over 1894-1895 for his friend and cellist, Hanus Wihan. The piece, however, was premiered by English cellist Leo Stern. There has been much speculation as to why Wihan was replaced by Stern. Perhaps the most bizarre was that Stern gave two rare breeds of pigeons to the composer. Dvorak was a consummate pigeon lover!
Sarah Bishop (cello) is a fourth year medical student currently interviewing for a residency in surgery. Sarah's route to medicine was through music. She has three prior degrees, including Bachelor's of Music in Cello Performance and a minor in Dance Performance, a Master's in Music, with a primary focus in Cello Performance and a secondary focus in Music Composition, and a Bachelor's in Pre-Medical Preparation. Sarah is thrilled to combine her two passions today: music and medicine.
Frances Gray, MD (piano) is a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, in the Department of Pediatrics of Indiana University, at the Primary Care Center and the Cottage Corners Clinic. She has been working and teaching in General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine since 1986. Dr. Gray has paved the way to medicine through music as well. She was a Music Major at Grinnell College, Iowa and received her medical degree from St. Louis University School of Medicine.
- Indian Dance Medley choreographed by Anand Shah
- "Slumdog MedStudents"
MS I crew: Kendal Herget, Upasana Jarori, Benjamin Katz, Sheila Mamandur, Neha Patel, Prerna Raj, Kristina Shaffer
MS II crew: Rhiannon Amodeo-Bankert, Shaheryar Ansari, Braca Benizry, Robert Cantor, Elaina Chen, Jessica Donaldson, Lauren Guggina, Noah Kersey, Steven Lee, Jonathan Lin, Smita Mahapatra, Alex Ondari, Meera Ramanathan, Anand Shah, Shenil Shah, Sarah Skillman, Reiri Sono, Laura Stage, Anita Turk, and Jonathan Warus
- With last year's success of Slumdog Millionaire, Bollywood and Indian culture has permeated our world, even at IUSM. This year we will give you a taste of the rich styles of three very different Indian dances. First, the performers will show off their fancy footwork with a modern take on Raas, a traditional dance performed throughout India during the festival of Navatri (nine nights). This will e followed by a dance celebrating the spring harvest - Bhangra. Finally, the performers will explode onto the Bollywood stage and perform their take on "Jai Ho" from Slumdog Millionaire. Sit back, relax, and enjoy as the MS Is and MS IIs dish out a fusion of Indian and American dance.
- "Picture in a Frame" by Tom Waits
- Josh Scheidler (MS IV)
Featuring Tedi Vlahu (MS IV) and Sarah Bishop
- A small town guy from a town in northern Indiana, Josh's next step in this long road of training is a residency in physical medicine & rehabilitation in Seattle, Chicago, Denver, or Boston. As for the music, Tom Waits is one of the greatest songwriters of all time and one of Josh's favorite performers. This song is a simple but sincere love song for the ages.
Tedi Vlahu has been playing the violin since age nine. He attended Indiana University and received a B.S. in Chemistry with minors in Biology and English. He has been involved in various orchestras throughout high school and college, including a performance in Carnegie Hall as a member of the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra.
MCs: Henry Chou, Mike Ha, and Ray Ramirez
- "Frankenstein" by the Edgar Winter Group
Drums: Shreyas Joshi (MSII)
Bass Guitar: Geoff Aaron (MSII)
Guitar: Ted Jennermann (MSII)
Guitar: Zafar Sayed (MSII)
- “Turkish Rondo” by Mozart
- Eddie Shmukler (MS I)
- Eddie was born in Vinnitsa, Ukraine, moved to Petah Tikva, Israel when he was 4 years old, and then moved to Indiana at age 17. By age 10, he was already studying music at the Municipal Conservatory in Petah Tikva, Israel. He performed in the Petah Tikva Arts Center at least twice a year during his education there. Eddie majored in Biomedical Engineering at IUPUI. Tonight he will be performing “Turkish Rondo” on the accordion.
- "Hey Yo" self-composed
- Ross Strong
- Ross Strong (MSIII) has been writing and playing his brand of modern American folk for the last 7 years. Getting his start playing music across college campuses and bars throughout Indiana, Ross found his music continually evolved, creating 3 different albums in 3 consecutive years. He further developed his sound by traveling to London, England and playing the streets as a busker in The Underground and along the historic paths of Covent Garden. Tonight he will be playing “Hey Yo” (2006-2007).
- MSII Indian Dance Medley Choreographed by Arthy Saravanan
- MSII Dancers: Henry Chou, Shreyas Joshi, Julianna Koksarova, Nicole Kuhlman, Tom Loke, Jean Martin, Hai Nguyen, Alexander Ondari, Selyne Samuel, Arthy Saravanan, Sophia Smith, Jordan Swensson, Sara Till, Shikhar Vyas, Sara Till, Megan Uhl, and Dracina Will
- The Class of 2011 Indian dance crew is back with another fusion of Indian dance styles! Some of these faces may look familiar as they have proven their abilities last year with another Indian piece. This year, the crew is putting on a dance show, focused on South Indian dance styles. As you watch in awe, note the healthy competition between the boys and the girls initially, and how they eventually come to terms to celebrate Indian dancing together-the running theme for this routine. This routine is choreographed by Arthy Saravanan, a professional Indian classical dancer who trained for over 8 years in Bharatnatyam, the traditional Tamil dance style.
- “Fotografia” by Juanes
- Glenn Blanco
- Glenn, who is originally from California, is a graduate of the Anatomy and Cell Biology program at the School of Medicine. He has been playing guitar for eight years.
- "Meditation" by Massenet
- Violin: Kathyrn E. Dickerson (MS II)
Piano: Hai Nguyen (MS II)
- Katy, an Indiana University-Bloomington class of 2006 graduate, is an MSII at the Indianapolis campus who hopes to pursue a field in specialized pediatrics. A violinist since age 4, she has received recognition throughout the state, including the Geoffroy Prize of the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition with her quartet, “High Strung,” in 2002. Most recently, while serving a post-baccalaureate position at the NIH, she sat as the principal second violinist for the Washington Sinfonietta in Washington, DC. She and Hai are classmates, and this is their first performance together.
- Ballroom Dance Medley
- Patricia Wade and Gary Pebworth
- Patricia Wade, Ph.D. and Gary Pebworth love to dance and promote the arts in Indianapolis. They teach ballroom and social dancing at the Starlite Ballroom and will be performing a ballroom dance medley. Patricia is the Learning Specialist in the School of Medicine.
- "Carry on" self-composed
- Henry Chou (MS II)
- Henry returns with a song that touches on how our relationships never quite stay the same. Being in medical school might be one confounding factor. This is the first serious song Henry has ever written, so if you laugh, he'll cry.
- "Ladies with Attitude"
Step Coach: Helen Flippin (MS II)
The 2008-2009 Step Team:Freshmen: Cheria Averiite, Curtice Davidson, Briana Martin, and Ayanna Smith
Juniors: Victoria Mathis (co-captain), Hannah Patrick, Jessica Stewart, Janae Walker, Terri Ware (co-captain), and and D’eIvree White
- This is the third appearance for the Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School Step Team at the Evening of the Arts. The team, Ladies with Attitude, formed in the fall of 2006 under the auspices of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA), IUSM chapter. The team’s mission is to engage students’ interest in step (a tradition amongst Black Greek Lettered Organizations), promote unity and discipline through this collaborative art, and provide mentors for education and life. This year, the team is coached by SNMA member Helen Flippin, a second-year medical student at IUSM and member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
- MS1 Indian Dance Hindi medley choreographed by Anand Shah
- MSI Dancers: Vikram Anand, Shaheryar Ansari, Dina Bastawros, Elaina Chen, Jessica Donaldson, Lauren Guggina, Zenith Jameria, Brian LeCleir, Steven Lee, Jonathon Lin, Greg Martens, Alex Ondari, Asish Patel, Anand Shah, Shenil Shah, Rohan Sharma, Eric Shin, James Smith, Smita Mahapatra, Meera Ramanathan, Sarah Skillman, Reiri Sono, Laura Stage, and Anita Turk
- This dance will take you on a trip throughout northern India – from the past to the present and from folk to modern. The performers will time travel to the classical days of Bollywood and perform “O Haseena” from the hit movie “Teesri Manzil.” This will be followed by a celebration of the plentiful Punjab harvest through modernized Bhangra. Then, off to western India where the performers will show off the fancy footwork of Garba and Raas, once believe to have been performed by Lord Krishna and hundreds of gopis (cow-herding women). Finally, the performers will explode onto the modern Bollywood scene and dance the night away to “Nache Baliye” from the movie “Bunti aur Babli.”
- Viva La JAMA! rock medley
Vocals and Keyboard: J.W. Malenkos (MSIV)
Guitar and Vocals: Patrick Ockerse (MSIV)
Bass Guitar: Scott Patterson (Ph.D.)
Drums and Vocals: Justin Malenkos (MSIV)
- Dear Sirs and Madams,
JAMA’s back and ready to ROCK! Following last year’s tour de force at EOTA 2008, JAMA’s members have continued to mature musically and clinically. Although the musical background of each member is greatly varied, JAMA together prepares a delicious musical stew consisting of a tablespoon of Lisa Lobe, a half pint of the Blowfish, and a generous dollop of Kenny Loggins. So bring your appetite for a hearty helping of mediocre covers and what might be JAMA’s final EOTA performance (pending graduation).
- "Doctas" EOTA Video Special
- Nirav Shah and Henry Chou
- Nirav and Henry push their creative limits to bring you an exclusive video performance that walks the walk and rocks the docs on all the blocks. See them break out the beat as they break out the bling. They'll be bringin' the rhythm with'em. Don't be witless. Be a witness. Words.
- Fashion Show
- MSI Models: Smita Mahapatra, Alex Ondari, Brent Pickett, Meera Ramanathan, Anand Shah, Rohan Sharma, Eric Shin, Sanjeev Singh, Reiri Sono, Alexander Thurman, Anita Turk
MSII Models: Damien Berry, Besem Beteck, Ashley Cesar, Christina Chrisman, Helen Flippin, Christine Hammer, Ying Huang, Liz Jones, Nicole Kuhlman, Hai Nguyen, Selyne Samuel, Arthy Saravanan, Sarah Skillman, Sophia Smith, Aundrae Tunstall, Katherine Voges, Amanda Walter
MSIII Models: Sharon Emeghebo, Erica Fisk, Andrea Scherer
MS IV Models: Adeyemo Adewunmi, Jennifer Phan
Other Models: Chinwe Aneke (Purdue School of Engineering), and Flora Deebal (IU School of Public Health)
- This fashion show is a representation of the cultural diversity that exists not only in the School of Medicine but also at IUPUI. Varying as far as the Atlantic to the East, but similar in our common human needs and goals, we represent Britain, Cameroon, France, India, Japan, Malaysia, Nigeria, Vietnam, and IUSM Professionalism.
- “Violincello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85” by Sir Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
- Cello: Sarah Bishop (MS III)
Piano: Frances Gray (MD)
- Elgar’s ‘Cello Concerto’ is his last major work and a favorite of the standard cello repertoire. At the age of 61, Elgar underwent a tonsillectomy, a very dangerous operation for his age during the early 1900’s. Upon waking from surgery, Elgar asked for a pencil and paper and began writing this concerto. He finished the work in his secluded cottage in Sussex, England, where years previous he had heard the artillery fire from World War I in the distance. This piece is outcry to the pain and disillusionment he experienced from the Great War.
- Sarah Bishop is a third year medical student whose route to medicine was through music. She has three prior degrees, including: Bachelor’s of Music in Cello Performance and a minor in Dance Performance, a Master’s of Music, with a primary focus in Cello Performance and a secondary focus in Music Composition, and a Bachelor’s in Pre-Medical Preparation. Sarah is thrilled to combine her two passions today: music and medicine.
- Frances Gray, MD is a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, in the Department of Pediatrics of Indiana University, at the Primary Care Center and the Cottage Corners Clinic. She has been working and teaching in General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine since 1986. Dr. Gray has paved the way to medicine through music as well. She was a Music Major at Grinnell College, Iowa and received her medical degree from the St. Louis University School of Medicine.
- Latin Dance Medley
- Angie Bermes (MS IV), Sarah Carlson (MS IV), Juan Garcia, and Lester Martinez
- Angie Bermes (MSIV), Sarah Carlson (MSIV), Juan Garcia, and Lester Martinez will be performing a dance medley of Bachata, Salsa, and Rueda tonight.
- “Rain” by Patty Griffin
- Aaron Villarreal, Marie Weiss, and Kathleen Williamson
- We are friends (all MSIIs) who love to make music together.
- Poi Juggling Routine
- Danielle Friedman
- Poi is an alternative juggling style that originated in New Zealand. Danielle (MS III) first learned it from her older brother, a fantastic juggler. He decided to teach poi to her when it became clear that she was really bad at classical juggling techniques. She has been practicing and teaching this style for about five years, and has performed with streamers, glowsticks, and even fire.
- String Ensemble "Violin Concerto in E minor" String ensemble composed by Ben Lippincott
- Composer and piano: Ben Lippincott (MS IV)
Violin: Tedi Vlahu (MS III) and Steven Lee (MS I)
Viola: Ashley Overley (MS III)
- Ben Lippincott (composer and piano) is a fourth year student at the Indianapolis Campus and began playing piano at the age of eight. He began writing music at the age of twelve. He studied composition for four years at Indiana University in Bloomington with Derek Johnson.
- Tedi has been playing violin since age 9. He attended Indiana University and received a B.S. in Chemistry with minors in Biology and English. He has been involved in various orchestras throughout high school and college, including a performance in Carnegie Hall as a member of the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra.
- Ashley Overley has played the viola since the age of 12, when she started playing with her middle school orchestra. She later studied viola at the University of Georgia, where she obtained a music minor and performed with the UGA Symphony Orchestra and several chamber ensembles. Currently she continues to enjoy playing as part of the worship services at Redeemer Presbyterian in downtown Indianapolis.
- (get the title of the song)
- Taylor Burton
- Taylor is a freshman at the Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School. This will be her second year performing in the Evening of the Arts.
MCs: Shane Hudnall and Mike Ha
- Piano Concerto in A Minor Opus 16, First Movement by Edvard Grieg
- Raj Kalapatapu
- Raj is a 2nd year resident in the department of psychiatry. Raj started learning classical piano at the age of 4. He has won piano competitions through the years and has also performed in concert halls abroad, such as New York City's Merkin, Steinway, and Carnegie Weill Recital Halls.
- "Dayya Dayya Dayya Re"
- Amrita De and Parini Shah
- The dance "Dayya Dayya Dayya Re" is from the hit Bollywood movie "Dil Ka Rishta." Amrita and Parini have been learning Indian dances since the age of six and have performed many different forms, including classical, folk, and Bollywood film songs. They have been performing together for the past 5 years. Parini has a degree in Psychology and teaches at the Montessori School. Amrita is a first-year medical student at Indiana University.
- "Hey, Hey" by Dispatch
- Asoka and Suhada Ratnayake
- Suhada and Asoka are twins and third year medical students. By an edict sent from the elders, all Ratnayakes were to play piano for an unspecified period of time. Suhada eventually worked his way into brass. Asoka weaseled his way out of the institution only to be sucked back in by the ska beats of his brother's band, Under A Dollar. They both started playing guitar somewhere between then and now. Asoka's dad told him to sing out loud; it's just more fun that way.
- "Immersion" Choreographed by: Joanna Olewicz
- Joanna Olewicz
- Joanna (MSIII) studied dance at the Jordan Academy of Dance and Butler University until the age of 17, later continuing her dance education in the University of Illinois Dance Program and in New York City. After completing a dance project in Barcelona, Spain, she returned to Indianapolis and performed in "Dracula" with the Gregory Hancock Dance Theater at Clowes Memorial Hall.
- String Ensemble "Violin Concerto in E minor" composed by Ben Lippincott
- Amelia Davis (violin), Wesley Lackey (violin), Ben Lippincott (composer and harpsichord), Jennifer Overton (cello), Amanda Reahard (viola), and Janine Zee-Cheng (violin)
- Amelia Davis (violin) is a first year medical student in Bloomington Campus. She has been playing the violin since she was 4 years old. She attended undergrad at Kalamazoo College.
- Wesley Lackey (violin) is a third year medical student and earned a Bachelor's degree in violin performance from Vanderbilt University, the Blair School of Music, in 2003.
- Ben Lippincott (composer and harpsichord) is a first year student at the Indianapolis Campus and began playing piano at the age of eight. He began writing music at the age of twelve. He studied composition for four year and Indiana University in Bloomington with Derek Johnson.
- Jennifer Overton (cello) is a 2002 graduate of Indiana University and has been playing cello since age 10.
- Amanda Reahard (viola), a third year medical student, graduated from Denison University in 2003, and has performed in many different orchestras, including The Denison University Orchestra, The Indianapolis Youth Orchestra, The Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis, and The Carmel Symphony Orchestra.
- Janine Zee-Cheng (violin) is a second-year student on the Bloomington campus. She is from Fort Wayne, Indiana, and has been playing violin since the age of three. She enjoys sewing, ceramics, and watching "Scrubs".
- Jazz medley
- The Residue
- The Residue is a traditional jazz or Dixieland band organized in 1970 and has been playing for the past 35 years with many of the same players.
Band Leader and Trumpet:Reid Crosby, MD; OB-Gyn physician, retired
Trombone: Bradley Hale, MD; pediatric neurologist
Piano: John Pless, MD; forensic pathologist, Emeritus IUMC faculty
Base: Steve Allen, MD; microbiologic pathologist, IUMC faculty
Drums: Jim Ingalls; Stone Business, retired
Banjo: Gordon Emery; practicing attorney
Clarinet & Sax: Pete Drum; businessman, retired
- "Dove sono i bei momenti" recitative and aria from Le Nozze di Figaro
- Aimee Szewka and Mark Scozzafave
- Synopsis: During a quiet moment alone, the Countess contemplates her decision to switch clothes with her maid, Susanna, in order to catch her philandering husband in the act. In the aria, she laments her loss of happiness and the "beautiful moments" of their youth. With all her trying she cannot forget the love between them, despite his lying ways. While reminiscing she concludes that there must be love left between them and perhaps this scheme may be just what they need to rekindle their former love. She is filled with hope and anticipation of the night's events.
- Aimee is a 4th year and will be pursuing a career in neurology at Rush University next year. She has been singing since she learned to talk and has performed in numerous musical and operas, but is currently happy to sing in the car, church, and for weddings. She studied vocal performance (along with her pre-medical sciences) at the University of Notre Dame. Mark, Aimee's fiancÃˆe, is an accomplished pianist. Along with his business degree he acquired a degree in music theory from the University of Notre Dame. Together they enjoy performing whenever possible.
- Monica Khurana
- Monica completed the standard ten-year training in the Indian classical dance Bharata Natyam and graduated from the Kala Vikas School of Asian Indian Dance in 2000. Bharata Natyam is one of seven VERY distinct Indian classical dances and considered the "ballet" of southern India. This dance form is a highly intricate and stylized art that has been preserved for over 3,000 years.
- The word jatiswaram denotes a musical composition which follows the rules of jati (unit of time) and swaram (musical scales). The focus and beauty of Jatiswaram is on the continually changing rhythmic patterns, delightful diversity of musical phrasing, sculptural poses, and swiftly changing movements of ang-sanchalan (the body) and pada-sanchalan (feet).
- "Tarantella" by W.H. Squire. Op.23
- Jennifer Overton and Casey
- A Tarantella is a traditional dance named after Taranto, a southern Italian city. It was thought that this rapid dance could be performed to cure the poison of spider bites. It was unlucky to dance alone, however, so the dance was performed as a couple. Casey, a 2002 graduate of Indiana State University, has been playing piano since childhood and is currently working on a Masters degree in piano performance at the University of Illinois. Jennifer and Casey have played together since middle school and still enjoy playing just for fun.
- "The Ramblin' Rover" an Irish folk song
- Jim Smith and Christopher Lux
- Jim is a 4th year student and has been involved with Evening of the Arts as either a performer or a co-chair since his first year. Although he took piano lessons for eight years and played the alto saxophone for another eight, he now plays only the guitar and does not plan on stopping any time soon. Jim will be pursuing a career in Internal Medicine.
- Christopher Lux is a 4th year student in the MD/PhD program and has been involved in EOTA since 2002. He has performed in the University of Notre Dame Marching Band and Glee Club both as a member and music arranger.