Leah Huber, soprano
Ellen Rissinger, piano
Spend an intimate evening celebrating love, nature, and how they intertwine. From Mozart's pastoral declarations to Meredith Wilson's summertime longings, soprano Leah Huber's graduate recital serves as a farewell to her time at the Carnegie Mellon School of Music and a joyous welcome to the new season.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart "L’amerò, sarò costante" from Il re pastore
Nadezda Soroka, violin
Enrique Granados Selections from Canciones amatorias
Darius Milhaud Chansons de Ronsard
Kurt Weill Ofrah’s Lieder
Meredith Wilson "My White Knight" from The Music Man
Cost: Free and open to the public; No tickets required.
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