Vocalist Serena Hill-LaRoche, pianist Catherine H. Garner and flautist Tabatha Easley, from left.Photo by Contributed Photo /Chattanooga Times Free Press.
The Lee University School of Music will host a free performance by vocalist Serena Hill-LaRoche, pianist Catherine H. Garner and flautist Tabatha Easley at 6 p.m. today, Feb. 7, in the Squires Recital Hall in the Humanities Building on the Cleveland, Tenn., campus.
The trio will perform a selection of songs collectively titled “An American Potpourri,” which will feature the works of David Diamond, Samuel Barber and Lori Laitman, among others. Selections will include such 20th-century American classics as “The Giraffes Go to Hamburg,” “The Mad Maid’s Song” and “Good Morning, Mr. Bluebird!”
Dr. Hill-LaRoche is an assistant professor of music at Coker College. Dr. Garner is a pianist and assistant teaching instructor on faculty at East Carolina University. Dr. Easley is an assistant professor of flute and music history at Virginia Commonwealth University.
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