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- The Keighton Fund of Curry College Presents, Die schöne Müllerin
The Keighton Fund of Curry College Presents, Die schöne Müllerin
April 25, 2017
Hafer Academic Building, Parents' Lounge
The Keighton Fund will proudly present its spring 2017 performance, 'Die schöne Müllerin' on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Tenor William Hite and Pianist Jeewon Park will perform a variety of works.
The event starts at 7:00 p.m. and will be held in the Parents' Lounge of the Hafer Academic Building. A reception will follow. This musical celebration is free and open to the public, however, seating is limited.
The Keighton Fund was established in 1990 by the Pines Bridge Foundation and named for Dr. Robert L. Keighton, an active and dedicated Professor of Politics and History who has been teaching at Curry College for more than 50 years. The purpose of the fund is "to provide lectures and performances at Curry College by individuals who are prominent in the fields of academics, arts, sciences and public service." Since 1991, the fund has brought to the college internationally acclaimed cellist Elsa Hilger with pianist Catherine Baird; New York Times columnist and author Anthony Lewis; Professor of Economics Emeritus at Harvard University and author John Kenneth Galbraith; former museum curator of the JFK Library in Boston and aide to the late President Kennedy, David F. Powers; bass-baritone Robert Osborne with pianist Susan Almasi; the world famous Borromeo String Quartet; former Solicitor General and Watergate Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox; violinist Nicholas Kitchen with pianist Lois Shapiro; tenor William Hite with pianist Craig Smith; former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich; Triple Helix; Aaron Butler; The Chamber Orchestra of the University of Massachusetts, Boston; cellist Alexander Ezerman with pianist Cristina Valdes; pianist Aaron Butler with soprano Rebecca Purdium; pianist Matthew Larson with soprano Beth Canterbury; pianist John Kramer with soprano Cheryl Nancarrow.