Fitchburg State University Hosts 'Music Mega-Mix'

Published March 24, 2024

A tapestry of musical talent will unravel at Fitchburg State University's Weston Auditorium this Tuesday, as it opens its doors for a free concert, making it an enticing evening for music enthusiasts of all stripes. The event titled 'Music Mega-Mix' is set to commence at 7:30 p.m., offering audiences the chance to sample a diverse range of instrumental and vocal performances from the campus music groups.

A Diverse Musical Showcase

The 'Music Mega-Mix' offers a varied palette of musical styles, featuring performances from a collection of Fitchburg State's ensembles. This includes the Community Orchestra, Concert Band, Chamber Choir, Concert Choir, and Modern Band. Each group will present snippets of their repertoire, ensuring a vibrant mix that caters to a wide audience.

Conductors Leading the Performances

Leading the orchestral venture is Professor Hildur Schilling, as they guide the Community Orchestra. Harmonies from the Chamber Choir and the voices of the Concert Choir will be conducted by Associate Professor Jonathan Harvey. Meanwhile, Assistant Professor Amy McGlothlin will take the helm for both the Concert Band and the Modern Band, showcasing their unique blends of music.

Meet the Performers

The event boasts a unique community-centric vibe, as the ensembles consist not only of students but also include alumni, faculty, staff, and community members. This intermingling of talent adds a rich depth to the performances and serves as a testament to the university's commitment to fostering a collaborative musical environment.

Guests interested in learning more about the musical endeavors at Fitchburg State University, or those looking to explore further opportunities to engage with the music department, are encouraged to visit the university's official music page for more information.

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