as part of our Masters as Teachers 07-08 series.
February 22, 2008 : River Road Presbyterian Church 7:30 PM
All Proceeds will be collected at the door.
Suggested Donation $15
Dinner Celebration 5:30 PM : $20 (RSVP REQUIRED by Feb 15 call 4323446 or email)
Perfect for students and adults alike. It explains the classic story in a beautiful tapestry of music which is fun for all.. performer and audience alike. This is a concert you simply can't forget, and shouldn't miss. Originally composed for the graduate students of Westminster Choir College by Warren Martin, this special program has become part of the singers' tradition at WCC and is now performed all across the country each year.
Kicking off our Winter/Fall events series, this event will be presented as a special fundraiser for the Da Capo Institute and as a WCC alumni gathering for regional alumni. Funds collected will benefit both Da Capo and the performance library of Westminster Choir College.
Click to Read the Event Program.
Special Thanks to our Facility/Host: River Road Presbyterian Church, Larry Heath (WCC '88)
Pianist: Scott Dettra (WCC '94)
Narrarator: Heidi Thurmond (VCU & KU)
Chime: Thomas Flynn ( WCC 57, 61)
Fairy Godmother - Rachel Goldenberg (WCC '05)
Herald: David St. Pierre (Baritone - WCC '94)
King: James Lynn (Bass - Cincinatti Conservatory)
Queen: Kristin Titus (Soprano, WCC '07)
Stepmother: Joan Maples (Mezzo Soprano - Southern Seminary)
Stepsister: Tracee Prillaman (Mezzo Soprano WCC '92)
Stepsister: Becky Hopkins (Soprano - Florida State University)
Cinderella: Angela St Pierre ( Soprano - WCC '92)
Prince: Jeff Prillaman (Tenor, WCC '92)
1st Hermit - Dominic Inferrera (Baritone, WCC '94)
2nd Hermit -Elem Eley (Baritone, WCC Voice Faculty
3rd Hermit: William Gorton (Tenor, WCC '89)
The masterclass on Saturday AM is a special offering for musicians and audience members alike. Our artists will coach and work with students of all ages and abilities in a semi-public forum. This is an essential part of every musicians growth and we pride ourselves on the warm, inviting, and supportive encouragement we can provide to both the students and the audience attendees. We will love it, learn it, and live it.. all together using music to help build relationships and community.