2016-17 Recital Series
At NoonTuesdays in April, July and October
Half-hour recital with a light lunch following
April 11. Johnstown Christian School Bell Choir, directed by Kristen Lloyd
Kim Rauch, organ
Greater Johnstown High School Jazz Band
Hsin-Jou Lee gave a spectacular recital, including her own highly dramatic composition based on "Gabriel's Song," on our 3,000-pipe Skinner organ.
Frank Wozniak presented songs of the last century in a fictional history of pop music in New York City.
Andrea Berresford Mulligan, clarinet, with Bryan Lohr at the piano, presented five bagatelles by Gerald Finzi, whom Bryan described as one of the most under-rated composers of our time.
Some photos by Cathy Rohde
Larry Faust/Satrycon, Dr. Christine Clewell, Barry Poglein and Sam Coco, and Andrea Blough and Harriett Miller; Pastor Lynne applauds kitchen volunteers
Henry Wong Doe, KoKo (Sam Coco), Chloe Wieczorek, Matthew Beckman
Mt. Aloysius students, Jean Reavel and Harriett Miller, Susan Pearce, Vox Nova, Patrick Romano, Dr. Wilbert Boerstler and guests of the Romanos, George Fattman.
Music Director Frank Wozniak wowed the audience with a one-man vaudeville show
Piano recital by Parag Dharbhamulla
An enthusiastic audience greeted the return of soprano Kayla Uveges, accompanied by Matthew Beckman, Beth Pile and Patricia Hofscher
D'Verse: Deese, Smitty and Bobfunkel
Ben Easler and Richland High School string ensemble; pianist Henry Davis; Bishop McCort students, teachers; Dr. Christine Clewell of IUP; strings players; Jessica Schulte and Anastasia Hall.
Among the many
volunteers for the recital series are those who help with the lunch that follows
each program. The hours are 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on recital Tuesdays. To help,
just come to the kitchen.
Questions? Ask Greer Koeller.
Lutheran recital series receives
state arts funding support through a grant from the
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded
by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the National
Endowment of the Arts, a federal agency.
Fred Yanity (top right), representing Sen. Wayne Langerholc,
introduced the Greater Johnstown High School Jazz Band,
directed by Eric Pfeil (left).
The recital series is
* The Carolyn Walker Music Fund
* Contributors at lunch after each recital
Community Foundation's Role
Over the past several years the
Community Foundation for the
Alleghenies has contributed $20,000
toward rebuilding the 3,000-pipe
The recital series
Members of the Tuesday Noon Recital Task
Dr. Wilbert Boerstler