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Closed Dec. 19 - Feb. 6
12 - 4 p.m., Tues. - Sat., Feb. 6 - May 12; Closed March 20 - 25

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Center for the Arts Box Office
8000 York Road
CA 3038
Towson, MD 21252

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(410) 704 - 2787

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Towson University Music Faculty Recitals


Faculty Recital | La Voix Humaine by Francis Poulenc
February 13
A tale for Valentine’s Day, La Voix Humaine is a story of love and love lost. This surtitled and fully staged one-act opera is sure to pull at the heartstrings. Faculty members Malinda Haslett, soprano, and Patricia McKewen Amato, pianist, are joined by noted Poulenc scholar and faculty emeritus Carl Schmidt.

Faculty Recital | The Poet Guillaume Apollinaire: Le Roi du Bestiaire
March 9
Join faculty members Leneida Crawford, mezzo soprano, and Susan Ricci, pianist, in an evening of songs celebrating the evocative poetry of Guillaume Apollinaire (1880-1918). Faculty emeritus Carl Schmidt will be guest lecturer in an exploration of this poet’s unique texts and their profound influence on French composers.

Faculty Recital | In a Romantic Spirit
March 11
The early Piano Trio In G Major by Claude Debussy and Sonata Tragica Op. 39 No. 5 by Nikolai Medtner are permeated by the romantic spirit. Performers of these and other compositions include The Baltimore Trio, pianist Yoon-Wha Roh, baritone Phillip Collister and other TU faculty.
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