Assumption Camerata, music for strings by Elgar, Bach and Mozart performed by the students of Assumption College .
Assumption Camerata, music for strings by Elgar, Bach and Mozart performed by the students of Assumption College > This Event will be held at a later date. The date and time will be announced soon.
The Assumption College Jazz Ensemble will present an evening of Jazz on Sunday, December 6th at 5 PM, in the lecture hall at Kennedy. The ensemble will be performing compositions with a focus on Afro/cuban styles, as well as many other standard jazz compositions including: Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington, as well as original compositions. The concert is free of charge. Participation in the Assumption College Jazz Ensemble is open to any me
The Assumption College Jazz Ensemble will be presenting concerts on Sunday, October 25th at 5 PM in Kennedy Hall; and also on Sunday, December 6th at 5 PM.
The Pandora Duo combines the forces of two exceptional musicians that share their passion for chamber music. Janet Arms, flute, and Christopher Ladd, guitar, met at the Hartt School of Music where they are both current faculty members. Regarded as successful soloists independently, the Pandora Duo formed itself when these two musicians played together for the first time at a faculty recital.
Jean Danton, soprano, will be giving a concert of classical and musical theatre songs. There will be a reception following the performance in K107. Please go to www.jeandanton.com for further information about this performer.
Soloists and small ensembles from the Assumption College Chorale present music from Broadway shows in a Vocal Showcase to raise funds for their 2016 Spring Tour.
Bach Consort of Worcester
Michelle Graveline, Artistic Director
Peter Sulski, String Leader
Bows will surely draw Cupid’s romantic arrows in an evening designed to carry you away from Winter’s woes. The flute, harp and strings sing of love through the likes of Saint-Saens and Brahms, heavenly voices filled with enough yearning, charm and passion to warm even the coldest of nights and hearts.
Guest: Franziska Huhn, harp