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SVC SINGERS PLAN SPRING CONCERT MARCH 23

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Posted: Monday Mar 12, 2012
 

March 12, 2012

Saint Vincent College Department of Fine Arts will present a spring concert featuring the Saint Vincent College Singers, directed by Thomas Octave, in the Performing Arts Center of the Robert S. Carey Student Center at 8 p.m. Friday, March 23. Admission is $10.

The Singers program will include “Love in Song,” “Five Hebrew Love Songs” by Eric Whitacre, “If Music Be the Food of Love” by David Dickau, “Never My Love,” and “He Never Failed Me Yet” by Robert Ray “

Members of the Singers include Kierstin L. Ackinclose, a freshman biochemistry major from Greensburg; Erika M. Anstead, a sophomore biology major from Potomac, Maryland; Andrew J. Bangor, a senior psychology major from Youngstown; Chantal L. Brazil, a sophomore music major from Pittsburgh (15235); Karlianne M. Burick, a freshman biochemistry major from Donegal; Danielle V. Byrne, a junior music performance major from Latrobe; Dominic L. Canova, a junior psychology major from Pittsburgh (15236); Casey M. Ciocco, a junior music major from Latrobe; Thomas F. Cocchi Jr., a senior business-finance major from Pittsburgh (15243); Marla M. Crawford, a junior biology major from Valencia; Lauren J. Donahue, a senior theology major from Walkersville, Maryland; Emily K. Fisher, a sophomore physical therapy major from Monroeville; Amanda M. Gans, a junior natural science major from Pittsburgh (15241); Rona J. Gehring, a freshman music major from Robinson; Lydia R. Gibson, a junior music performance major from Saint Marys; Joshua J. Gongaware, a junior economics major from Irwin; Aaron M. Gray, a sophomore music performance major from Latrobe; Mark F. Harris, a sophomore arts administration major from Belle Vernon; Sean L. Hellems, a freshman political science major from Hannibal, Missouri; Sarah A. Jara, a junior elementary instruction major from West Newton; Allyson D. Lambert, a senior finance major from Greensburg: Kara L. Laus, a freshman music major from Carnegie; Patrick S. Logan, a junior chemistry major from Homer City; Alexandra M. Mientus, a freshman biology major from Sarver; Molly A. Ouchis, a freshman elementary instruction major from Reading; Zachary M. Rumski, a senior arts administration major from Pittsburgh (15210); Catherine L. Schratz, a junior theology major from Butler; Eric J. Sciulli, a freshman communication major from Pittsburgh (15221); Amanda M. Slowey, a freshman undecided major from Bethel Park; Brandon J. Snyder, a sophomore biology major from Laughlintown; Michael R. Taylor, a graduate student music major from Pittsburgh (15221); Robert J. Tokarski, a sophomore natural science major from Pittsburgh (15216); and Patrick D. Wilkinson, a senior biology major from Apollo.

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