Tag Archives for Friday Afternoon Musicale

Poets of the Piano: Contrasts

March 19 was the premiere of our last Friday Afternoon Musicale of the 2020-2021 school year. Nathan Carterette, deemed “exuberant yet sensitive” by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, performed pairs of contrasting piano works by Bach, Schubert, Chopin, Debussy, and Medtner and … Continue reading

28. April 2021 by katherine.hetz
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Songs That Inspire: A Vocal-Organ Duo Recital

  Stacey Brett Davern, soprano and Chatham University Music Faculty, and Dr. Bradley Fitch, organist/pianist at Grove City College and Christ United Methodist Church, performed a vocal-organ duo recital for our February Friday Afternoon Musicale. Featuring favorites of song and … Continue reading

15. March 2021 by katherine.hetz
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Songs of Isolation and Hope

For our January Friday Afternoon Musicale, music faculty members Kelly Lynch, soprano, and Walter Morales, piano, performed a recital that reflected on themes of isolation, sadness, loss, and hope of reconciliation in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the new … Continue reading

15. March 2021 by katherine.hetz
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Tribute to Women Composers

Friday, October 16, 2020 marked this semester’s first Friday Afternoon Musicale and the Chatham University Music Program’s first virtual concert, as well as the first virtual concert on the ChathamU Music Program YouTube channel. This series of firsts was a … Continue reading

27. October 2020 by katherine.hetz
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Music from Ireland: Art Songs and Arias

Congrats and bravo to Chatham’s talented Voice Ruud Scholars, Francesca Fello, Justine Barry, Kaitlyn Salmon, and Sarah Krastman, and vocal students, Nick Graef and Dek Ingraham, who gave an impeccable performance this weekend! Also, thank you to faculty adjunct, Walter … Continue reading

18. March 2019 by katherine.hetz
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