Concordia music faculty performs for students and public at recital
Music faculty members at Concordia will showcase vocal, instrumental and keyboard musical selections during a recital in the Music Center’s Recital Hall on campus. The date has been postponed and is yet to be determined.
“The music department presents a faculty recital every fall because while we are all teachers, we are still musicians who continue to study and learn new music, practice on a regular basis and perform,” said Dr. Elizabeth Grimpo, associate professor of music at Concordia. “It’s something we enjoy doing and that passion for music lasts a lifetime, which we want our students to see.”
The recital will feature a variety of classical repertoire performed by five faculty members including Talea Bloch, soprano, and Anne Gray, soprano, each doing a vocal performance, Grimpo on piano, Julia Marble on violin and Paul Soulek on organ.
The recital is free and open to the public. A brief reception with light refreshments will follow.