Date(s) - 9/8/2018
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Eaton Chapel, Beloit College
Fresh from our successful tour of Germany, the ASQ brings this special program to audiences in Wisconsin.
With mezzo-soprano Melinda Paulsen, who serves on the voice faculty of the University of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt, we’ve put together a wonderful program of works for mezzo and string quartet, by German and American composers.
We will perform this program seven times in Wisconsin from September 4-9, including a live interview with Norman Gilliland on Wisconsin Public Radio, on Wednesday, Sep. 5 at 12 noon on The Midday. Click on the Schedule page of our website for further details.
Our sixth stop will be in Eaton Chapel, on the campus of Beloit College. Note: the photo of ASQ in Eaton Chapel, above left, shows us performing during a temporary power outage, with the help of candles and the flashlights from audience members’ phones. We anticipate that our performance there on Sep. 8 will occur with the benefit of light from electric light fixtures. But if there’s another emergency, the show will go on!