The University of Delaware Department of Music
Guest recitalist Jeffrey Brillhart will perform on Sunday, 28 October at 3 p.m. Mr. Brillhart is Director of Music at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church and conductor of Philadelphia's Singing City.
All events will be in Bayard Sharp Hall on the campus of the University of Delaware. Seating is limited to 120. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the Bob Carpenter Center or Trabant University Center box office (call 302.UD1-HENS for box office information) or by phone through TicketMaster for an additional service charge (302.984.2000). Tickets may also be purchased at the door, subject to availability. Proceeds from the organ series will benefit the Department of Music's new program in church music.




Bach's Lunch Series, Fall Semester 2001
Jefferson Music Gallery, Bayard Sharp Hall, West Delaware Ave, 12:10-12:50 P.M.

Wednesday, October 17
Faculty and students from UD’s nationally ranked Professional Theatre Training Program (PTTP) present entertaining scenes, poems, sketches and monologues.


Wednesday, October 24
The Fabulous Flutes—back by popular demand! The UD Flute Choir plays a variety of music under the direction of Professor Eileen Grycky.


Wednesday, October 31
HAPPY HALLOWEEN--—Music for the season performed by David Herman, Trustees Distinguished Professor of Music and University Organist, with ghost stories presented by Ed Okonowicz, well-known Delaware storyteller and author and an Editor in UD’s Office of Public Relations. Appearances by mystery guests! Costumes are encouraged!


Wednesday, November 7
The UD Chorale in its first Bach’s Lunch appearance—The Chorale will present a program entitled Voices of the New World: Music of the Americas, under the direction of Professor Paul Head.


Wednesday, November 14
Celtic Women, Then and Now—Guest performer Jennifer Carnahan, soprano, and UD Music Professor Jennifer Barker, piano, in a unique program.


Wednesday, November 28
Opera Scenes!—Students from the UD Opera Workshop present scenes from operas by Mozart, Menotti, Leoncavallo and Purcell. Directed by Prof. Marie Robinson and OperaDelaware’s Leland Kimball, with pianist Nicole Clouser.


Wednesday, December 5
This program also will be repeated at 5:15 p.m.
Carols for the University—Music for the season featuring the Jefferson Pipe Organ, instruments and voices. This campus favorite includes carol singing by the audience.


All performances are free and open to the public. For further information, contact the Office of Public Relations at (302) 831-2791. Seating is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.