Gardner-Webb to Host Distinguished Artist Recital on Jan. 21

Print Friendly

 The School of Performing and Visual Arts Presents Jondra Harmon

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. – Gardner-Webb University’s School of Performing and Visual Arts presents a Distinguished Artist Recital headlined by Jondra Harmon, mezzo-soprano, on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at 8 p.m. in Blanton Auditorium, located in Hamrick Hall.  The concert is free and open to the public with optional donations in support of the music program.

Harmon serves as an instructor of music at Gardner-Webb and graduated from the university in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in voice and bassoon.  She received a Master of Music degree in voice performance from the Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md.  Harmon has appeared in such productions as “Hansel and Gretel,” “Ophelia Forever,” “The Medium,” “Carmen,” and “Little Red Riding Hood.”  Harmon even took part in a European production of “Suor Angelica” in Rome, Italy.

Accompanying Harmon on this program are distinguished artists Cindy Swicegood on collaborative piano, Megan McCauley on soprano, Tanja Bechtler on cello, Kate Oliphant on guitar, and David Wulfeck on trombone.

More information about the School of Performing and Visual Arts music division is available at 704-406-4453.

Located in Boiling Springs, N.C., Gardner-Webb University’s purpose is to advance the Kingdom of God through Christian higher education by preparing graduates for professional and personal success, instilling in them a deep commitment to service and leadership, and equipping them for well-rounded lives of lasting impact, Pro Deo et Humanitate (For God and Humanity).