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Rittenhouse, Stanley are among recital performers
Monday, April 1, 2013 7:17 AM
The annual Longaker Honors Recital at Huntington University will showcase eight of the university's top musicians on April 19.
The recital will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
Each musician was chosen in a rigorous audition process. The performance includes one pianist, one violinist, one flutist and six vocalists.
The recital will include two performers from Huntington.
• Audra Rittenhouse, a junior soprano Bachelor of Arts in music major from Huntington, who will perform "Spring, Winter," "Dirge," "Diaphenia" and "Hymn" from Six Elizabethan Songs by Dominick Argento.
• Holly Stanley, a freshman soprano choral education major from Huntington, who will perform "O Lovely World," "Beauty," "Message" and "When I have Sung My Songs" by Ernest Charles.
Other performers include:
• Brittany Blazier, a junior soprano choral education major from Ossian, who will perform "Songs of Solomon" by George Rochberg.
• Ja'Shon Burks, a sophomore choral education major from Indianapolis, who will perform "Goodbye," "L'alba separa dalla luce l'ombra" and "La Serenata" by Franceso Paolo Tosti.
• Johanna Caron, a junior flautist instrumental education major from Warsaw, who will perform the "Concerto in G major: Allegro" by Johann Joachim Quantz.
• Osvaldo Gil, a freshman tenor from Indianapolis, who will perform "Two Lips, For Life I Had Never Cared Greatly" and "I Said to Love" by Gerald Finzi.
• Haley Glinz, a freshman soprano, Bachelor of Arts in music major from Spring Arbor, MI, who will perform "Come Ready and See Me,"" My Master Hath a Garden" and "Waterbird" by Richard Hundley.
• Ye Ri Lee, a sophomore violinist and pianist music business major from Seoul, South Korea, who will perform "Ah vous dirai-je, Maman K.265" on the piano by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and "Romance Op. 26" on the violin by Johan Svendsen.
The event is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact the university music office at 359-4262.