September 23, 2021

Wells School of Music Presents FREE Public Faculty Recitals

The Wells School of Music at West Chester University will present FREE public faculty performances through the fall semester. For more information and a full schedule of arts events on West Chester’s campus, visit Tickets for events that require them can be found at  Most events can also be viewed via Livestream.David Cullen, guitar

Christopher Hanning, Dean of the Wells School of Music says, “Many members of our community don’t realize that our faculty performances are open to the public, and that our expert faculty, who perform nationally and internationally, can be heard for FREE and in an up-close and personal setting.”

The fall faculty recital series includes:

Monday, September 27 at 8 p.m.

Grammy Award-Winner, David Cullen, Guitar

Ware Family Recital Hall, Swope Music Building & Performing Arts Center


Monday, October 11 at 8 p.m.

Quintsylvania Winds

Comprised of Kimberly Reighley, flute: Henry Grabb, oboe; Karen Dannessa, clarinet; Jonathan Gaarder, bassoon, and Elizabeth Pfaffle, horn.

Philips Autograph Library, Philips Memorial Building


Monday, November 1 at 8 p.m.

In Young Lee, soprano & Carl Cranmer, piano

Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre, Swope Music Building & Performing Arts Center


Monday, November 29 at 8 p.m.

Nicholas Provenzale, baritone & Terry Klinefelter, piano

Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre, Swope Music Building & Performing Arts Center


Monday, December 6 at 8 p.m.

Stephen Ng, tenor

Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre, Swope Music Building & Performing Arts Center


All faculty, staff, students, and visitors, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask which covers their nose and mouth when indoors. Face masks may be worn when outdoors, but it is not an obligation of this policy notice. Mask and COVID-19 safety measures at West Chester University will continue to be updated here. Please check ahead for updated information before attending your performance.

West Chester University’s Wells School of Music offers students an outstanding opportunity in concentrated performance and musicianship. The School’s superior performance and practice venues include 22 new Steinways, Skinner organ, tech lab, Roland piano lab, and more. Students study with renowned faculty who have dual careers as dedicated educators and professional musicians. Faculty provide private lessons for all music students and are the directors for numerous student ensembles. The School supports a wide variety of performance degrees, including a Bachelor of Music in Performance, as well as a Master of Music in Performance. Graduates pursue successful careers at major institutions and teach music education at home and abroad.



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