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SVC Music Department Plans Student Voice Recital

Public Relations
Posted: Wednesday Oct 26, 2011

Saint Vincent College Department of Fine Arts Division of Music will present a student voice recital at 7 p.m. Wednesday, November 9 in the Dr. Frank J. Luparello Lecture Hall in the Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion on the campus of Saint Vincent College. Admission is free and open to the public.

All of the students are currently studying voice with Thomas Octave, assistant professor of fine arts and chair of the music department, and Ms. Joanne Luschinger, lecturer in voice.

The students include Chantal Braziel, a freshman music major from Pittsburgh; Danielle Byrne, a sophomore music major from Williamsport; Casey Ciocco, a junior psychology major from Latrobe; Marla Crawford, a junior biology major from Valencia; Lauren Donahue, a senior arts administration major from Walkersville, Maryland; Rona Gehring, a freshman music major from Robinson; Lydia Gibson, a sophomore music performance major from Saint Marys; Rona Gehring, a freshman music major from Robinson; Joshua Gongaware, a sophomore economics major from Irwin; Alyssa Hennessey, a senior communication major from Latrobe; Ashlee Lamar, a freshman music major from Indiana; Allyson Lambert, a junior business major from Saltsburg; Signe Lindberg, a senior arts administration major from Keene, New Hampshire; Zac Rumski, a senior arts administration major from Pittsburgh; Anna Steighner, a senior political science major from Kittanning; Lauretta Sterner, a freshman music major from Downers Grove, Illinois; and Fr. Jean-Luc Zadroga, O.S.B. of Saint Vincent Archabbey.

They will be performing works by Mozart, Handel, Wildhorn, Schubert, Gluck, and some favorites by Sondheim, and Rodgers and Hammerstein.