Twenty-four members of the Clarion University Chamber Singers will join the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and 2,500 singers from the Pittsburgh area April 20 at University of Pittsburgh Petersen Events Center, for a performance that will feature the Finale from Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony and Dies irae from Verdi’s Messa di Requiem.
The “Singing City” concert will be directed by Dr. Manfred Honeck, and the chorus has been rehearsed by Grammy-award winning conductor Dr. Robert Page. Tickets are available by calling 800-745-3000 or by visiting www.pittsburghsymphony.org/singingcity.
Members of the Clarion University Chamber Singers are: students Jared Albright, Clarion; Joe Bazzone, North Versailles; Natalie Bond, Danville; Hayley Bowders, Waynesboro; Alecia Collins, Curwensville; Michelle Dew, Clarion; Drew Dismuke, Alexandria, Va.; Nick Duffy, Smethport; Jennifer Grenus, Woodland; Kyle Hart, Everett; Maura Keck, Summerville; Paola Madero, Clarion; Emily Manhart, Brockway; Corbyn Minich, New Bethlehem; Cas Morris, Lebanon; Chelsea Patterson, Rural Valley; Seth Robertson, Clarion; Carrie Rugh, Butler; Holly Symosky, Carrolltown; Taylor Thomas, Morrisdale; Tom Thompson, Clarion; Nikki Toy, Kossuth; Josh Warren, Curwensville; and Matt Younger, New Castle; and community member Dave Parsh, Emlenton. The ensemble is directed by associate professor of music, Dr. Hank Alviani, originally of Burbank, Calif.
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