Seton Hill U. Music Program presents “Made in America II” 4/16
Seton Hill University’s Music program will present “Made in America II” on Friday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Greensburg. Seton Hill University piano and organ students of Edward Kuhn, assistant professor of music, and Edgar Highberger, associate professor of music and director of sacred music, will perform music by American composers. This event is free and open to the public.
Seton Hill University students performing in “Made in America II” include Albert Bowers of Elizabeth, Pa., Caitlyn Gantzer of Westerville, Ohio, Molly Gladfelter of Elizabethtown, Pa., Darah Jones of Hilton Head Island, S.C., Angelo LoPorto of Hockessin, Del., Robert Lynch of Irwin, Pa., Tatyana Martin of Pittsburgh, Pa., John Olearchick of New Kensington, Pa., Allison Rupp of Marywood, N.J., Stephanie Zolla of Stoystown, Pa., Morgan Stouffer of Irwin, Pa. and Jacob Wheatley of Coal Center, Pa.
All students will play piano and organ works by American composers including Amy Beach, Emma Lou Diemer, Stephen Foster, Daniel Gawthrop, George Gershwin, Charles Griffes, John Philip Sousa, Bill Strayhorn, Eugene Thayer and Joe Utterback.
Since its founding, the study of music has been an integral part of the Seton Hill experience. The Music Program at Seton Hill University seeks to educate musicians who will think and act critically, creatively, and ethically and who are prepared to meet the challenges and opportunities for careers in music in the twenty-first century. For more information on the Music Program at Seton Hill please visit www.setonhill.edu, or call 724-552-2900.