Thursday, April 11, 6-8 p.m.
Award winners will be announced at 7 p.m.
Organic Jazz: Music and Poetry about the Music
The Gleason-Brown Sextet featuring Boston-based organist Rusty Scott will perform at the Chapel Art Center.
In a program which blends the music of jazz with readings of poems about jazz, the College's faculty jazz core of Professors Ed Gleason and Monte Brown will be joined by several Boston-area musicians for an evening of "melody and meter" as organist Rusty Scott's boomingHammond B3 organ "trades fours" with various faculty members who will be reading excerpts from American jazz poets such as Michael Harper, William Matthews and Langston Hughes. The concert is free and open to the public. A reception will follow.
Student Recitals in the Chapel Art Center
In conjunction with our annual Juried Fine Arts Student Exhibition, students from Saint Anselm College will perform two recitals in the Chapel Art Center.
- Soprano Ashley Noelle Therrien '12 accompanied by Nicholas Pothier, Pianist
- Including songs and arias by Puccini, Pergolesi, Fauré, and Schubert
- Tenor Nathanael Chartier '13, Tenor Sean Curran '13 and Soprano Ashley Noelle Therrien '12 accompanied by Justin McCarthy, Pianist
- Performing works by Handel, Fauré, Franck, Schubert, Weill, and Mozart.