January 20, 2017
Endicott College will host Fridays In The Rose: Ute Gfrerer, Soprano; An Affair to Remember: Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya on Friday, February 10th, 12:00 - 12:45 p.m. in the Rose Performance Hall. The event is free and open to the public, with light appetizer reception to follow.
Austrian-born soprano Ute Gfrerer shares the music of composer Kurt Weill. Considered one of the best interpreters of Weill’s music, Ms. Gfrerer is a successful international soloist, performing operetta, musicals, chansons, and lieder in major centers around the world. Her recordings include The Threepenny Opera and The Seven Deadly Sins.
Endicott College students have opportunities to explore their interests in dance, music and theater. The School of Visual and Performing Arts sponsors the Jazz Band, Dance Ensemble, Endicott Singers, the student a cappella group ECHO, Rock Band, and the Chamber Ensemble. Furthermore the School maintains special relationships with the Boston Ballet, Boston Children’s Theatre and Symphony by the Sea.
The Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts, now celebrating its sixth year, supports a variety of studies and performance venues with facilities that include: a 250-seat recital hall with professional quality acoustics; a 100-seat black box theatre for drama, dance, technical theatre workshops and performances; a museum quality art gallery for visiting art exhibits, gallery talks and community shows; a student art gallery; separate painting, photography, printmaking, ceramics, and woodshop studios; Macintosh computer labs for graphic design and visual communications; music, theater and dance practice and rehearsal rooms; a shooting studio for photography; and lounges with facilities for public receptions.