Faculty Concert Series

February 17th , 7pm

February 17th , 7pm

Mary Paige Rieffel, Musical Theatre

Maybe This Time…
The first faculty concert presented by an FSPA theatre instructor, vocalist and performer Mary Paige Rieffel offers a selection of beloved and powerful songs from the world of musical theatre.
Seating is limited. Register today.

Sponsored by: Robert Gorski

March 17th, 7pm

March 17th, 7pm

Jordan Smith, flute

And All That Jazz…

Flutist Jordan Smith will feature a non-standard repertoire of pieces inspired by the history, timbre, and compositional techniques of Jazz music, yet don’t have the traditional sounds of Jazz. Including works by 20th century French composers Milhaud and Damase, that showcase the virtuosity of the flute.
Seating is limited. Register today.

Sponsored by Joe and Patti Higgins

April 21st, 7pm

April 21st, 7pm

Lateena Martin, Soprano

For the Love of Music

Vocalist Lateena Martin takes us on a journey of pieces from jazz standards to Strauss, lending her powerhouse voice to both solo and duet pieces.
Seating is limited, register today.

Sponsored by James Chintyan

May 19th, 7pm

May 19th, 7pm

Joseph Gray, violin

A Piano Quintet

Violinist Joseph Gray brings together a masterful lineup of fellow FSPA faculty members to celebrate the textures, atmosphere and beauty of classical music.
Seating is limited. Register today.

Sponsored by Khalil and Ann Saab

Past Performances

October 21st, 7pm

October 21st, 7pm

Brittany DeYoung, harp

This is Halloween
Harpist Brittany DeYoung presents a night of haunting solo and chamber pieces for the Harp. Enjoy a celebration of Halloween, from chilling music of the night, traditional funeral marches, fall favorites, and music inspired by the works of Edgar Allen Poe.
Seating is limited. Register today.

Sponsored by: James and Patt Spangler

November 18th, 7pm

November 18th, 7pm

Dominic Hayes, French Horn

Today’s French Horn
Hornist Dominic Hayes explores innovative and crowd-pleasing new works that show off the versatility and appeal of the French Horn.
Seating is limited. Register today.

Sponsored by: Carolyn Stubbs and Susan Schneberger

Allegro hosts all Faculty Concert post receptions.