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AACC’s Music Performances Showcase Students’ Talents

Performing its spring concert, “Made in America"

Anna Binneweg leads the AACC Symphony Orchestra

April 22, 2014

Anne Arundel Community College’s Music Department will perform spring concerts in the next three weeks, but with perhaps a little more experience this year. More than 70 students and faculty in AACC’s music program performed in six concerts in Austria during their visit to that country over the college’s March spring break. Douglas Brandt Byerly, chair of performing arts, said the trip was life altering for many in the group and all felt they had learned something from that experience that will add to their individual performances. 

Upcoming performances include:
April 26 at 8 p.m. The AACC Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert, “Made in America,” features the world-renowned guitar duo Frank Vignola and Vinny Raniolo, who play, sing and dance a variety of popular classics including works by Barber and Copland. Also in the spotlight will be AACC faculty member Gregory Pascuzzi. For information about the orchestra, visit the AACC Orchestra page. Vignola and Raniolo will give a free clinic the day before in the Cade Center for Fine Arts Room 224. No preregistration is required.

April 27 – 6 p.m. AACC Concert Choir and Chamber Singers are led by Eleanor Minor and will provide a variety of music. For information, visit the AACC Concert Choir page.

May 9 – 8 p.m. The AACC Concert Band and Wind Ensemble Spring Concert is led by Bruce Mansfield, M.M., part-time faculty member at AACC. For information about the band and wind emsemble, visit the AACC Concert Band page.

May 10 – 7:30 p.m. The AACC Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert, “What Time Does This 7:30 Gig Start?” led by Marty Knepp and Ian Wardenski, will include a variation of improvisation and classical jazz. For information, visit the AACC Jazz Ensemble page.

All performances are in the Robert E. Kauffman Theater in the Pascal Center for Performing Arts, 101 College Parkway. Tickets for each performance are $10, general admission; $7, AACC faculty, staff, seniors, groups, outside students and children under 10; $5, students with valid AACC student ID. 

For information, contact the box office, 410-777-2457, or the the performing group’s website.