Lyric Soprano Veronica Leigh Richer returns to her hometown of Bryan, Ohio for “A Night of Songs and Friends”. The performance will take place Friday, January 13th at the Wesley United Methodist Church, 903 Center Street in Bryan. It begins at 7:30 pm. Ms. Richer will perform a diversity of musical styles and languages that will range from Classical to Broadway and Inspirational. Special guests appearing during the
performance includes Kristen Kurivial, Thom Singer, and the Junior Choral Society under the direction of Duane Beck. Also featured throughout the evening will be the Bryan String Quartet consisting of Nicholas Richer, Paige Miller-Potts, Ben Lupo, and Brandon Gordon.
Accompanists for the night are Judy Lewis, Lori Schultz, and Josh Wang.
Veronica Leigh Richer is in her third year at the prestigious Boston Conservatory at Berklee and is continuing her vocal studies with Patty Thom, chair of the Opera division. This past year she was finalist in the Classical Singer Magazine competition and also a semi-finalist for the American Prize in both the Opera/Operetta and Art song divisions for College and University age entrants. She has performed with the Gilbert & Sullivan Players at MIT in Boston and has appeared locally with the Toledo Opera Chorus.
This performance is free and open-to-the-public. For further information visit veronicaricher.com or look for the Facebook event page.
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