Bach’s Lunch kicked off its fall semester series yesterday with performances by the Stephens Concert Choir and the Velvetones, as well as several solos.
Hosted by the School of Performing Arts, the monthly lunchtime series gives the Stephens community and public a chance to enjoy talented vocalists and students another opportunity to perform.
Yesterday’s event featured Ally Cat Love Song by Paul Carey and Dana Gioia performed by the concert choir and “What’ll I Do” from “The Music Box Revue of 1924” performed by the Velvetones.
Soloists included Rebecca Munoz, who performed "Breathe" from "In the Heights;" Mycah Westhoff singing "Crossword Puzzle" from "Starting Here, Starting Now;" "Perfect" from "Edges" performed by Chelcie Abercrombie; "How Can I Win" from "The Goodbye Girl" sung by Elyse Bertani; and Emy Blake, who gave a wildly popular performance of "My Party Dress" from "Henry and Mudge."
The next Bach’s Lunch will be at 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 30 at Historic Senior Hall Recital Hall.
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