SRU offers 'Opera Scenes'
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - It will be ďOpera: Not So Long, BUT JUST AS LOUD!!Ē when the Slippery Rock University music department presents its annual "Opera Scenes" concert at 4 p.m., April 29, in Swope Music Hall.
The Kaleidoscope Arts Festival production, which offers scenes from various, well-known operas, is directed by Colleen Gray, associate professor of music.
Selections will include works by Benjamin Britten, Mozart, Rossini, Saint-SaŽns, Bernstein and Verdi.
Students participating are: Kevin Adamik, a tenor and vocal performance major from Tarentum; Cecelia Bartosiewicz,a mezzo-soprano music therapy major from Tarentum; Sean Douglas, a tenor, vocal performance/music education major from Shinglehouse; Josh Duman, a baritone music education major from Nanty Glo; A.J. Pagano, a tenor, music education major from Nanty Glo; Mariah Seymour, a mezzo-soprano, music education major from Ebensburg; J. Patrick McGill, a bass music education major from Washington; Debrah Evans, a soprano, music therapy major from Allegheny; Eric Garber, a bass-baritone vocal performance major from Belle Vernon; Eric Kochanowski, a tenor voice/piano major from Sarver; Sarah Mientus, a mezzo-soprano music education major from Sarver; Jennifer Nyce, a mezzo-soprano vocal performance major form Schwenksville; Bethany Pasierb, a soprano vocal performance/music education major from Chambersburg; Daniel Strait, a baritone music/voice major from Huntingdon; and Cara Udy, a soprano music education major from Grove City.