PENINSULA COLLEGE - VOCAL HARMONY - IRELAND TOUR 2018

PENINSULA COLLEGE - VOCAL HARMONY - IRELAND TOUR 2018

Date: 21st March 2018
Time: 1pm
Venue: Rory Gallagher Theatre
Cost:Free

 

Vocal Harmony - Ireland tour 2018
from
Peninsula College
Port Angeles, Washington

 

Performance Schedule (Ireland):

Sunday, March 18th, 8:00 PM The Central Pub, (Navan)

Wednesday, March 21st, 1:00 PM Rory Gallagher Theatre (CIT Bishopstown CampusCork) 

Wednesday, March 21st, 8:00 PM CIT Cork School of Music (Union Quay Cork)

Thursday, March 22nd, 9:30 AM the Church (Waterford IT, Waterford)

Friday, March 23rd, Dunbrody Famine Ship Visitor Centre (Kennedy Homestead, New Ross)

 


Selections taken from the following:
Deedles Blues
Mr PC
Spooky
Cheek to Cheek
Love Me or Leave Me
You Turned the Tables On Me
Just You Just Me
Almost Like Being In Love
But Beautiful
Song For My Father
Accentuate the Positive
White Winter Hymnal
One Note Samba
Like a Lover
Besame Mucho
Satin Doll
Crazy
I Wish You Love
Operator
Cups
Danny Boy
Make this Heart a Home

Singers:
Brandi Larson
Alexis Haman
Tiara Delatorre
Brittney Sofie
Nitasha Lewis
Robbin Eaves
Marissa Wilson
Sam Hegarty

Accompanist:
Mark Schecter, Piano
Elaine Gardner-Morales, Bass
Director:
Elaine Gardner-Morales

Vocal Harmony
The Peninsula College Vocal “Vocal Harmony” was formed in 2017 under the direction of Elaine Gardner-Morales. After the formation of original PC Vocal Jazz Singers formed in 2012, the group expanded to form this exciting new ensemble.  This young group has competed and won awards at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival in Idaho and the Frank DeMierro Jazz Festival in Edmonds, Washington. In March 2018 the select group, “Vocal Harmony” will be touring as ambassadors of the college to various colleges in Ireland to help forge academic partnerships in Ireland.
Peninsula College


Located on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State, Peninsula College is situated in a very special environment that provides unique educational opportunities for its students. Depending on the season, it is not unusual to find professors conducting their classes in the middle of the college quadrangle or on our spacious lawns or even taking students on field trips to the nearby ocean, Olympic National Park (a United Nations World Heritage Park), or the peninsula's rain forests to discover and study native marine life, fauna, and flora in their natural habitats. On your own or as a member of one of our many student clubs, you can discover snow-capped mountain peaks, waterfalls, glaciers, and wildlife preserves. The result is an educational experience rivaled by few other colleges or universities anywhere.

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