West Chester University: Wells School Of Music Presents FREE Fall Recitals for Faculty

September 23, 2021

Christopher Hanning, Dean of the Wells School of Music, says: “Many of our
the community does not realize that our teachers’ performances are open to the public, and
that our expert teachers, who perform nationally and internationally, can be heard
FREE and in an intimate and personal setting. ”

The Fall Faculty Recital Series includes:

Monday September 27 at 8 p.m.

Grammy Award Winner David Cullen, Guitar

Ware Family Recital Hall, Swope Music Building & Performing Arts Center

Monday October 11 at 8 p.m.

Winds of Quintsylvania

Composed by Kimberly Reighley, flute: Henry Grabb, oboe; Karen Dannessa, clarinet;
Jonathan Gaarder, bassoon, and Elizabeth Pfaffle, horn.

Philips Autograph Library, Philips Memorial Building

Monday November 1st at 8 p.m.

In Young Lee, soprano & Carl Cranmer, piano

Madeleine Wing Adler Theater, Swope Music Building & Performing Arts Center

Monday November 29 at 8 p.m.

Nicholas Provenzale, baritone & Terry Klinefelter, piano

Madeleine Wing Adler Theater, Swope Music Building & Performing Arts Center

Monday December 6 at 8 p.m.

Stephen Ng, tenor

Madeleine Wing Adler Theater, Swope Music Building & Performing Arts Center

All professors, staff, students and visitors, regardless of their immunization status, are
must wear a mask that covers their nose and mouth when inside. Face masks
can be worn outside, but it is not a requirement of this policy notice. Mask
and COVID-19 security measures at West Chester University will continue to be updated here. Please check in advance for updated information before attending your performance.

West Chester University Wells School of Music offers students an exceptional opportunity in focused performance and musicality.
The school’s top performance and training venues include 22 new Steinways, Skinner
organ, technical lab, Roland piano lab, and more. Students study with renowned professors
who have a dual career of dedicated educators and professional musicians. The faculty provides
private lessons for all music students and are the directors of many students
sets. The school supports a wide variety of performance credentials, including a
Bachelor of Music in Performance, as well as a Masters of Music in Performance. Graduates
pursue successful careers in major institutions and teach music education at home
and abroad.

This press release was produced by West Chester University. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.

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