Senior voice student Patrick Hunter will provide the Campbell Community with music from the eighteenth century all the way to the twenty-first January 28 in the Scott Concert Hall.
Hunter will be singing a wide variety of pieces for the recital including classical numbers by Handel, Schumann, and Butterworth as well as musical theater selections from Les Misérables.
Hunter originally came to Campbell with the idea of being a History pre-law major but during his sophomore year he realized his love for music and changed his major.
“I’ve always had a dream of singing professionally at some point,” he said.
Associate music professor Dr. Sally E. Thomas said “During his vocal studies here at Campbell, Patrick has competed in statewide and regional auditions through the North Carolina chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. His recital is the culmination of many semesters of work.”
The recital is free and open to the public.
“It’ll be a fun night,” Hunter said with a grin.
For more information about the event, visit the Campbell events page at http://www.campbell.edu/calendar/event/24009/
By Katria Farmer