An Evening of African American Choral Music—FREE


February 18 (Thursday)
An Evening of African American Choral Music—FREE
6 p.m.

Admission to the Museum is free every Thursday evening from 4 till 8 p.m., with Museum docents leading a free tour of special exhibitions or the permanent collection at 6 p.m. and free programing on select evenings.

Tonight, under the direction of Michael Schnack, members of the Muhlenberg College Chamber Singers present a program designed in collaboration with lecturer Roberta Meek of African American music, including "Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing,” "Change Is Gonna Come," and Duke Ellington's "Come Sunday." Free to all.

Michael Schnack is a conductor, vocal coach, singer, collaborative pianist, composer, teacher, stage director, and producer with more than twenty years of international experience in musical theater, opera, operetta, and choral and chamber music. Michael received his B.A. in music from Yale and has directed the Yale Russian Chorus and led productions in major houses in Vienna, Salzburg, and Berlin. Michael served as artistic director and chief administrator for the Performing Arts Studios Vienna and is currently Director of Choral Activities and Voice Area Coordinator at Muhlenberg College.

Roberta Meek is Director of the Africana Studies program at Muhlenberg University.

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