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Musical Club of Westfield Offers Free Concert

WESTFIELD, NJ - Musical Club of Westfield Invites You to a Free Concert The Musical Club of Westfield will continue its Centennial Season with a free concert on Wednesday, December 9 at 1:30pm at the First Baptist Church of Westfield, 170 Elm St. All concerts are open to the public and include a post-performance reception to meet the artists and enjoy some light refreshment.

The program will open with the compositions Wildflower, Dense Blazing Star, Missouri Primrose and Mexican Hat by Eric Ewazen. They will be performed by Susan Graham, flute, Robert Romano, clarinet and Carolle-Ann Mochernuk, piano Sopranos Nadya Geniush, accompanied on piano by Mary Beth McFall will offer the Puccini arias Vissi d’arte, from Tosca, and Quando m’en vo from La Bohème. She will be joined by soprano Yulia Genuish for The Flower Duet from Delibes Lakme and Duet of Liza and Polina Tchaikovsky’s Queen of Spades. The concert will conclude with violinist Debra Biderman and pianist Beverly Shea. They will perform a varied selection including El Choclo, a tango, by Ángel Villoldo, The Angel's Serenade by Gaetano Braga, Evening Prayer from Engelbert Humperdinck’s opera Hänsel und Gretel, Mélodie, Op. 3, No. 1 by Anton Rubinstein, Schumann’s Träumerei, Op. 9, No. 2, a Medley from Georges Bizet’s Carmen and Tico Tico by Zequinha de Abreu. Founded in 1915, The Musical Club of Westfield is a 501©3 organization now celebrating its 100th season. The club offers scholarships to promising young musicians who are pursuing a musical education. Membership in the club is open to anyone who in interested in music. Those wishing information about membership in the Musical Club of Westfield as a performer or an associate member may visit our website at www.musicalclubofwestfield.org.

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