Music at Marywood: 34th Annual Summer Concert Series
Marywood University's Music Department announces the 34th Annual Summer Concert Series, Music at Marywood. The series take place on Sundays at 7:30p.m. in the Memorial Commons, Marywood University. All concerts are free and open to the public.
- June 28- Marywood Festival Band will play Musical Fireworks, directed by William Weber followed by a display of fireworks. The featured soloist will be Baritone Aaron Nicholson, formerly of the Tri-Cities Opera in Binghamton and now active on the west coast. In 2007, Nicholson made the Metropolitan Opera debut in La Boheme under Placido Domingo and The Magic Flute conducted by James Levine.
- July 5- Marywood Festival Band will feature Music of our American Heritage with a guest appearance by Dixie Katz.
- July 12- Soprano Christine Donahue, voice faculty member at the University of Central Arkansas, will be the featured soloist. Donahue, native of Kingston, Pa., is a graduate of Wilkes University and the Julliard School of Music. She was the winner of the Pavarotti Competition in Philadelphia and runner-up at the Metropolitan Opera Auditions. As one of the first soloist in the Summer Concert Series, Donahue will play Musical Nostalgia.
- July 19- Chris DiMattio and the Marywood Jazz Ensemble will make their annual tribute to the music of Frank Sinatra.
In the event of rain, concerts will be held in the Setta LaVerghetta Auditorium.
For more information, please call the music department at (570) 348-6268
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