WASHINGTON, Pa. (Nov. 16, 2011)—Washington & Jefferson College senior Sara Kissinger, a graduate of Mars High School near Pittsburgh, will present her senior vocal recital Saturday, Dec. 10, in the Olin Fine Arts Center theater at 3 p.m.
The program, Songscape, is a review of popular music as recognized by music listeners throughout the years and across genres. Songscape will include works by George Frideric Handel, Wolfgang Mozart, Claude Debussy, Fats Waller, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jason Robert Brown, and many more.
A soprano, Kissinger has studied voice at W&J for six semesters with Nancy Klimcheck, adjunct music instructor. She also has been active in the W&J Choir and Camerata Singers. Kissinger is in her fourth year as a Matthew Brown Fellowship Choral Scholar for First Presbyterian Church and is this year’s president of Delta Omicron, W&J’s chapter of the international music fraternity.
After graduation, she plans to pursue a graduate degree in arts management, so that she can put her passion for all things music into practice through arts programming and production.
The event is free and open to the public.