TAMIU Offers Voice Studio
Midterm Recital Oct. 16
Take an opportunity to listen to tomorrow’s singing sensations at Texas A&M International University’s Voice Studio Midterm Recital Wednesday, October 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Center for the Fine and Performing Arts Recital Hall.
This event is free and open to the public.
“The Voice Studio Midterm is an opportunity for our applied voice students, many who are music majors with voice as their principal instrument, to showcase some of their semester repertoire to the public. Each of the students will perform one of their semester pieces creating a varied program of art songs and opera/oratorio arias in a variety of languages,” explained Dana Crabtree, TAMIU instructor of music and voice.
Dr. Colin Campbell, assistant professor of Music and Organ, University organist and collaborative pianist, will accompany on piano.
According to Crabtree, the students have been enrolling in applied lessons every semester honing their skills and working steadily toward the goal of presenting an entire hour-long solo recital—one of their final degree requirements.
“We want to encourage the Laredo and TAMIU communities to come out and hear what talented students we have in our voice program. This is the next generation of opera and musical theater singers and music educators and many of them are from Laredo. This is something to celebrate!,” Crabtree added.
The students are members of classes taught by Crabtree and Suzanne Ramo-Gechter, adjunct instructor of music/voice.
For a list of upcoming arts events, visit tamiu.edu/coas/fpa/coe or call 326.ARTS (3787).
For more information, contact Crabtree at email@example.com, 326.3040 or visit offices in CFPA 233A.
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