Voice Studio Recital
Published: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Updated: Thursday, April 18, 2013 13:04
Are you a person that loves to sing and share your skills? Talented students from Texas A&M International University presented their Midterm Voice Studio Recital at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine and Performing Arts Recital Hall. The event was free and open to the public.
About 12 vocalists from TAMIU received the applause from the audience. Accompanied by pianist Dr. Laryssa Davis, family, friends, and professors, the audience members were witnesses to the talent these students possess. Spanish, English, and other languages were sang by tenors and sopranos at this concert generating a variation of art songs. Students stepped onto the stage to do their solo, all of them with a very good appearance, and showing a lot of confidence in what they had practiced and learned for the semester.
Every fall semester, students prepare for this time of the year to show their repertoire. They form part of the applied voice from Dana Crabtree and Suzanne Ramo-Gechter’s courses. In these courses, the student works individually with the professor to enrich their talent. Most of them already have knowledge in music or are pursuing their major in music. As part of their midterm program, they have to showcase in front of an audience at the same time that they are obtaining a grade. Pieces are selected according to the student’s knowledge and the needs of each singer. To take this course, students go through auditions and need to have some prior experience.
Some of the students in these courses are seniors and will be performing their solo concert as part of their degree requirement, which they prepare for so long. You may find the date and time in the TAMIU calendar.
For more information about the Voice Studio Recital, contact Dana Crabtree at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (956)326-3040. For more events, contact the Fine and Performing Arts Department at (956)326-ARTS
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