Marcha Kiatrungrit- Fourth Year Voice Recital

Marcha Kiatrungrit will give a 4th year voice recital on Sunday, March 24th, 2019 at 1pm in Brooks Hall. The event is free and open to the public.

Marcha Kiatrungrit is a fourth year student in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. She is a coloratura soprano, double majoring in Music and Engineering Science with a concentration in Computer Science and Astronomy. She is a Miller Arts Scholar, studying the intersection of music and technology. The program financially supports her interdisciplinary studies, her vocal performances, and recording.

Marcha’s Fourth Year Recital highlights the important piecesthat represent her growth through the past four years—from being a borderline mezzo to a full-fledged coloratura-soprano. The “Ave Maria” set marks the beginning of her journey and a few coloratura pieces, including “Der Hölle Rache,” represent her present journey forward. Additionally, the program will feature a Handel set, a French Art Song set, and a Musical Theater set to explore different expressions of Marcha’s voice.

Marcha will be accompanied by Karen Dalton on the piano for all her pieces. She would like to thank the Miller Arts Scholars Grant and Program for supporting her Fourth Year Recital.

Historic Brooks Hall is on University Avenue adjacent to University of Virginia’s Rotunda and directly across the street from St. Paul’s Memorial Church and the Bank of America.

Parking is on the street or in one of the many parking lots & garages on "the Corner" across from Brooks Hall in lots on Elliewood Avenue, University Avenue, Fourteenth Street, and Wertland Street.

All events are subject to change.