MANSFIELD, PA – Every Life Shall Be a Song: A Choral Concert featuring Works by Women Composers, Poets, & Lyricist
Peggy Dettwiler will be the Artistic Director of a concert held in the historic Carnegie Hall Stern Auditorium featuring high school choirs with the Mansfield University Concert Choir on Sunday, January 20, 2019, at 2 p.m. (Martin Luther King weekend). The concert entitled, “Every Life Shall Be a Song” will feature the works of women composers and poets.
Seven high school choirs will perform 15-minute solo spots and then combine with the Mansfield University Concert Choir for a 10-minute grand finale presenting two works by Gwyneth Walker, “Every Life Shall Be a Song” and “How Can I Keep from Singing.” The MU choir will present a 20-minute solo presentation before the finale.
The high school choirs and their directors are listed as follows. (Three of the directors are MU alums!)
Boyertown High School (PA) – Jeffrey Brunner ‘05
Lexington High School (MA) – Jason Iannuzzi
Morris Knolls High School (NJ) – Michael Semancik
Nazareth High School (PA)– Kelly Rocchi
Port Allegany High School (PA) – Kenneth Myers ‘81
Upper St. Clair High School (PA) – Lorraine Milovac
Waynesboro High School (PA) – Matthew Levine ‘16
Tickets are available for sale for $50 each. Contact Peggy Dettwiler for more information at email@example.com or 570-662-4721.
In addition, Benedict’s Bus Service is offering a day-trip to include transportation and a ticket to the concert. Visit https://www.benedictsbus.com/index.php/concerts to sign up.