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Women’s Chorus to Perform “A Treble Treat” on October 30

Bethlehem, Pa., October 27, 2005—The Moravian College Women’s Chorus will perform “A Treble Treat” on Sunday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m. in Peter Hall. The concert will feature 19 arrangements by composers such as Casals, Elgar, Handel, Patton, Powell, Rheinberger, and Stroope. Peter Hall is located on the Moravian College Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus, located at the corner of Main and Church Streets in Bethlehem. All tickets for the evening are $6.

The choir will perform under the direction of Eduardo Azzati and will be accompanied by Clipper Erickson on the piano. Accompanying performers will be Ashlee Streen on the flute, Rachael Stapleton on oboe, Inna Eyzerovich and Linda Kistler on violin, and Jennifer Davenport on alto saxophone.

The performance will highlight individual members of the Moravian College Women’s Chorus. Nine soloists will perform also: Alauna Butler '08, Standish, ME , Chelsea Dehner '08, Hatboro, Pa , Rebecca Dries '07, Emmaus, Pa., Stephanie Frueh '07, North Kingston, RI , Kaitlyn McEnrue '09, Nazareth, Pa. , Katie Pulizzano '08, Allentown, Pa., Kelly Schmidt ’06, Allentown, Pa., Lisa Toth ’07, Pottstown, Pa., and Amberly Williams '07, Allentown, Pa. Dries, Frueh, Schmidt, and Toth will be featured twice during the program .

The Moravian College Women’s Chorus was created in 1994, and is a diverse ensemble, drawing its members from students of all majors, Moravian faculty and staff, and members of the Lehigh Valley community. It consists of 40-50 members, who are selected by audition s at the beginning of each semester. In addition to the fall performance, the group is scheduled to sing at the Moravian College Christmas Vespers, major concerts in February and April, and several other concerts throughout the academic year. For more information about Sunday's concert or future performances, please call 610-861-1650 or e-mail music@moravian.edu.