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Thursday, November 17, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
Nancy Wiebe Mazurowski Voice Studio
"Fall Fun" Recital
Come hear some wonderful music, from youngsters to... well, those of us "for whom this would not be our first rodeo!"
My students will be singing duets and solos; songs in English, Italian, German, and French; songs from Disney productions, show tunes, and classical art songs and arias.
FREE - AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
hosted kindly again by:
Park Community Church - Edgebrook
6155 W. Touhy
Chicago, IL 60646
Sunday, November 27, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.
North Shore Chamber Arts Ensemble
Cookies, Cocoa, and Carols
I join the merry-making crew by soloing on Johannes Brahms' Op. 91, No. 2, "Geistliches Weigenlied" (Spiritual Lullaby), arranged for soprano, cello, and piano, as my colleagues present other classic, as well as modern, seasonal selections.
North Shore UMC's Pr. Glenna Olumstad says,
"We will usher in the season as the NSCAE's soloists create the holiday spirit with Christmas and Chanukah musical favorites and original short stories. This is a free holiday concert!"
North Shore United Methodist Church
213 Hazel Ave.
Glencoe, IL 60023
F E A T U R E D R E V I E W S
“Nancy Wiebe Mazurowski portrays Captain von Trapp’s fiancée Elsa Schrader with empathy and intelligence rarely seen in the character.”
Lauren Whaley, Chicago Theater Beat
“It is difficult to single out individual performances in such a large cast, but some of the standouts included: ... Nancy Wiebe Mazurowski's shimmering high soprano in Miss Bingley's (too few) lines.”
Jeffrey Nigro, Stead Style Chicago
"Bringing a dose of humour to the production were John Boss and Nancy Wiebe Mazurowski as Sir Walter Elliot and Elizabeth Elliot. "
Emily Scotcher, Yoppul