7Songwriters: SWING, a concert featuring composers that "swing" between art song, jazz, and pop.
~swing between styles~
Featuring the music of:
Matthew Evan Taylor
$15 Early Bird GA (ends April 22 at 11:59PM)
$20 Online GA Table Seating
$25 GA at the Door
Join us for an Operatic Wine Tasting … a fundraiser benefitting the MetOpera National Council Eastern Region. Premium wines paired with your favorite arias performed by National Council Alumni.
Our expert sommelier will explore the links between each aria/opera and wine as it relates to the piece being performed. Six different types of wine will be served, as well as some light finger foods. Stay tuned to learn more about the singers and the wines to be featured at our first ever Operatic Wine tasting.
Singers confirmed for the evening so far are Mezzo-Soprano Samantha Hankey (2017 National Council Winner) and Soprano Mary Claire Curran (2017 Eastern Region Finalist and Rohatyn Great Promise Award Winner).
Competition is open to the public
Free Event held at Baruch College
Mary Claire was the 2017 Winner of the Rohatyn Great Promise Award, along with a cash prize
Featured singer for the MONC Eastern Regional fundraiser and sing-a-long party
Baltimore native and Germano’s favorite, Mary Claire Curran, is delighted to be back again at Germano’s for a summer cabaret. In Mary Claire’s opinion, nothing pairs better with bottomless mimosas than bottomless Broadway show tunes! Her cabaret show “Broadway Brunch” will feature show tunes and Disney-a cabaret show for all ages.
The Cabaret opens at 11 am for brunch and the performance begins at noon.
Potomac Vocal Institute First Anniversary Concert
Singing Mimí in La bohème quartet
Cunégonde in "Make Our Garden Grow"
Join Baltimore native and lyric soprano, Mary Claire Curran, at Germano's in Little Italy for a night of spellbinding fun. Featuring Jason Mulligan on the ivory keys, the Cabaret will include Broadway, Jazz, Pop and some of the more "seductive" opera arias. It will be a ghoulishly good time!
The Department of Music and Alumni Relations presents its annual alumni concert and reception on Friday, Sept. 25 as part of the UNCW Family and Alumni Weekend. The recital features Mary Claire Curran, lyric soprano (Bachelor of Music in Performance Voice, '11), with Domonique Launey, piano, performing selections from musicals and operas The Scarlet Pimpernel, The Music Man, Into the Woods, The Enchantress, La Bohème, and selections by Francis Poulenc, Alexander Gretchaninoff, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Pytor Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Giacomo Puccini. All proceeds from the concert benefit UNCW scholarships in music for current and future students.