The Pitt-Bradford Vocal Arts Ensemble will present a spring concert at
11:30 a.m. April 16 in the KOA Speer Electronics Lobby of Blaisdell Hall.
The program, which is free and open
to the public, is part of the university’s Spectrum Series.
The ensemble will perform the traditional
folk song “Shenandoah,” the spiritual “Down by the Riverside,” “If we Hold on Together”
from “The Land Before Time,” “Luck be a Lady” from “Guys and Dolls,” and other
Student soloists will include Selese
Huth, a writing major from Tionesta, performing “Guys and Dolls” from the musical
of the same name; Shaniyra Scott, a business management major from
Philadelphia, performing “Save the Best for Last;” Nyssa Brumagin, an interdisciplinary
arts major from North Warren, performing “The Trees They Grow so High;” Matthew
Tuzynski, an interdisciplinary arts major from Clarks Mills, performing “When
Irish Eyes are Smiling;” Elizabeth Schwab, an accounting major from Duke Center,
performing “Whistle Down the Wind;” and Greg Mirth, an environmental studies major
from North East, performing “Vado ben
The Vocal Arts Ensemble is directed
by Dr. John Levey, assistant professor of music. Voice instructor Regina
Gabriel will accompany her students.
For disability-related needs,
contact the Office of Disability Resources and Service at (814)362-7609 or email@example.com.