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SVC Singers Plan Cabaret Concert Oct. 29

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Posted: Thursday Oct 24, 2013

Oct. 24, 2013

Saint Vincent College Singers will perform a cabaret concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29 in the Performing Arts Center of the Robert S. Carey Student Center. Admission is free and open to the public.

Directed by assistant professor of music Thomas Octave, the program features Chantal Braziel, a junior music performance major from Pittsburgh (15235); Marla Crawford, a senior biology major from Valencia; Shaina Contic, a freshman biology major from Greensburg; Timothy Diehl, a freshman music performance major from Lititz; Javier Ferrer, a sophomore music performance major from Miami, Fla; Rona Gehring, a junior music major from Robinson; Josh Gongaware, a senior economics and mathematics major from Irwin; Aaron Gray, a senior music performance major from Latrobe; Edward S. Graybill, a sophomore music performance major from Pittsburgh (15215); Vanessa Gruss, a freshman biology major from Derry; Shelby Hebenthal, a junior biology major from Latrobe; Sarah Jara, a senior  education major from West Newton; John Pauley, a junior history education major from Bethel Park; Jillian Kegg, a sophomore education major from Johnstown; Kathryn Ordiway, a sophomore English major from Saint Marys; Ashleigh Pollick, a junior communication major from Export; Alyson Rusak, a freshman biology major from Sarver; Megan Samoriski, a junior chemistry major from Victor, N.Y.; Mandy Slowey, a senior music major from Bethel Park; Abigail Sugrue, a sophomore music major from Export; Michael Villavicencio, a senior music major from Jersey City, N.J.; Patrick Wilkinson, a senior biology major from Apollo; and Hannah Wojtowicz, a sophomore music performance major from Pittsburgh (15227).

The group will be performing several popular compositions including Praise the Lord by G. F. Handel, Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da by The Beatles, Anything You Can Do Medley arr. Marc Huff, Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) arr. Kirby Shaw, Sondheim! A Choral Celebration arr. Mac Huff, Sing Me to Heaven by Daniel E. Gawthrop, When In Our Music God is Glorified by Harriet Ziegenhals, and The Lord Bless You and Keep You by John Rutter.

The group will be accompanied by Josie Merlino and Aaron Gray who will also be performing a four-hand piano duet titled Two Hungarian Dances by Johannes Brahms.


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