Florida Pro Musica to perform at Stetson Jan. 24
Florida Pro Musica (FPM), a professional ensemble that performs primarily music from the Middle Ages and Renaissance, especially sacred music of the 16th century, will perform at Stetson University on Saturday, Jan. 24, under the direction of Larry Kent. Kent (pictured below), director of Florida Pro Musica since its debut in 1999, holds degrees in piano performance from Virginia Commonwealth University, a master’s degree in piano from the University of Miami, and a doctorate from the University of South Carolina. He sings and directs FPM’s popular concerts of Gregorian chant.
Florida Pro Musica, in the midst of its 17th concert season, continues its mission of presenting the finest music for chamber ensembles. FPM is a member organization of Early Music America, the leading not-for-profit service organization dedicated to the advancement and support of the field of early music in North America.
The concert, scheduled for 4 p.m., Jan. 24, in Lee Chapel, 421 N. Woodland Blvd., on Stetson’s DeLand campus, will also include performances by the Stetson University Camerata, Timothy Peter, Ph.D., director of Choral Activities, directing.
Soprano: Meghan Alfaro, Mary Cassaday Jones, Michelle Klima; Alto: Judy Vincent Kent, Karen Eisele Western; Tenor: Rodney Shores, George Western; and Bass: Peter Baker, Tim LaDue.
The public is invited to this special concert by Florida Pro Musica, sponsored in part by Stetson’s Artists and Lecturers. Admission is complimentary.
For more information, email email@example.com, or call Stetson’s School of Music at 386-822-8950. Visit Stetson University School of Music online. Check out the School of Music Concert Calendar for Spring 2015.