Fall Vocal Showcase to be held October 20
October 09, 2013
ALLIANCE, Ohio – The University of Mount Union’s Department of Music will hold a Fall Vocal Showcase at 3 p.m. on Sunday, October 20 in Presser Recital Hall, located in Cope Music Hall.
The showcase will feature sophomore criminal justice and psychology major Erin Bell of Mount Vernon, OH, soprano; junior criminal justice major Victoria Blankenship of North Canton, OH, soprano; senior music education major Sean Eppler of Mentor, OH, baritone; sophomore psychology major Natalie Ricciutti of Canfield, OH, soprano; senior music education major Ian Bell of Clinton, OH, tenor; senior music education major Sean Andrews of Green, OH, bass; sophomore biochemistry major Amanda Myhal of Canfield, OH, soprano; junior psychology major Clarice Nock of Rome, OH, soprano; junior music education major Kacey Cooper of Deerfield, OH and freshman music education major Caelyn Eppler of Mentor, OH, mezzo-soprano. Nancy Howenstine and Kathy Reichenberger will accompany the students.
Student recitals are free and open to the public. Due to ongoing construction at the site of the new Performing Arts Complex, no on-site parking is available behind the building. Alternate parking is available on Simpson and Vincent Streets and in the Eells Art Center parking lot, as well as in other campus parking lots. For more information, contact the University of Mount Union Department of Music at (330) 823-2180.
The Visual and Performing Arts
Since Mount Union’s founding in 1846, study of the visual and performing arts has been fundamental to the philosophy, mission and liberal arts foundation of the University and the exceptional education it provides. Today, Mount Union offers majors in art, music, music education, music performance and theatre, and hundreds of students participate each year in artistic, musical and theatrical endeavors at the co-curricular level no matter what their majors or career aspirations.
In addition, Mount Union also seeks to provide cultural enrichment and entertainment to the Alliance and surrounding communities. The public is welcomed and encouraged to attend exhibits, recitals, concerts and performances throughout the year. Visit mountunion.edu to access a calendar of events.