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AU Spring Student Recital slated for Sunday in Susan Howell Hall

Student singers and a violinist who have studied in Alfred University’s Performing Arts Division will present a spring recital at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 10, in Susan Howell Hall on campus. The public is invited; admission is free.

Featured during the program will be:
Jenii Statt, violinist, a high school student from Andover presenting “Concert in G Major.” Statt, who also performs with the AU Orchestra, is the daughter of Mike and Janna Statt of Andover.

Chrystal Luk, soprano, an AU freshman from Hong Kong, singing “Les papillons.”

Corissa Fanning, soprano, sophomore from Morrisville, offering “Tonight” from “West Side Story.”

Kaitlin VanderWeide, soprano, a senior from Clifton Springs, performing “Weep You No More, Sad Fountains.”

Ryan “Ginger” Maggio, a junior tenor from North Collins, presenting “The Most Beautiful Girl in the World.”

Jasmine Hill, senior mezzo soprano from Upper Darby, PA, offering “Loveliest of Trees.”

Christiana Allen, soprano, a senior from Fairport, singing “Memory” from “Cats” and “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” from “The Lion King.”

Keriann Bellamy, junior soprano from Olean, offering “Missing You.”

Michaela Stone, senior mezzo soprano from Hornell, performing “The Singer.”

Martin Wong, sophomore tenor from Hong Kong, singing “On the Street Where You Live.”

Sara Egan, senior soprano from Hanson, MA, presenting “Nature, the Gentlest Mother” and “It’s De-Lovely.”

Hope Barnum, a junior soprano from Fairport, with her rendition of “Spinning Song.”

The students are from the studios of Lisa Lantz, associate professor of music/strings; Luanne Crosby, professor of voice and chorus; and Rebecca Weaver, adjunct professor of music.

Laurel Buckwalter, music technician in the Division of Performing Arts, will be the piano accompanist for the program.