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Music professor McCoy's rescheduled recital set for March 26

03.18.2015 | By: Texas Wesleyan University

The Ice Soprano cometh! Wesleyan music professor Julie McCoy’s iced-out voice recital has been rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 26, on campus in Martin Hall. 

McCoy is part of the choral ensemble that won in the Best Choral Performance category at the 57th annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 8.

McCoy will be collaborating with Wesleyan faculty colleagues Keith Critcher (piano), Ilka Araújo (piano), Meg Griffith (flute) and James Lind (trumpet). They will perform music by Handel, Purcell, Brahms, Debussy, Barber and others.

Significant poetry will be a theme on this evening, as McCoy sings songs set to poetry by Paul Verlaine, Heinrich Heine, Langston Hughes, James Agee, and featuring a set of songs on verses by the Persian mystic poet, Jalalu’ddin Rumi.

Please join us for this free event located in Martin Hall. For more information, call the Texas Wesleyan Music Department at 817-531-4992.

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