Opera star to conclude residency by showing students' prowess
Mar 7, 2013 2:06 PM | Print
Internationally renowned opera star and Wichita State University alum Samuel Ramey, who has been a Distinguished Visiting Artist in Residence at WSU since fall 2012, will host his students in a concert of arias and opera scenes at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 15, in Miller Concert Hall.
The concert concludes Ramey's 2012-2013 residency by showcasing the aspiring singers who have had the opportunity to work with him this academic year. They'll perform a variety of operatic repertory, from Bellini to Bernstein. Ramey will join the students in singing the grand finale.
Tickets are $25 for the general public, $16 for seniors and military, and $6 for students, and are available through the College of Fine Arts Box Office at www.wichita.edu/fineartsboxoffice or (316) 978-3233.
The fund assists WSU performance majors with travel expenses to attend out-of-state auditions, competitions and similar career-enhancing opportunities.
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