Singer to perform Wednesday
Wednesdays at Noon continues this week with a recital by Hannah Rollwage, mezzo-soprano, accompanied by Frances McBurnie, piano.
The program, which includes Handel, Ravel, DuParc, Saint-Saens and Rossini, will begins at 12:10 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15, at the Kirk of St. James, Charlottetown.
Admission is free, but donations to the Kirk’s Choral Scholar Program are greatly appreciated.
Rollwage recently graduated with her bachelor of music in vocal performance from UPEI, studying with Sung Ha ShinBouey. Raised in Toronto, she moved to Charlottetown in 2006 and attended Colonel Gray Senior High School.
She has been featured as a soloist in many recitals in the UPEI Music Department and in programs across the Island. She is currently enjoying a summer of performances with The Emeralds trio at the Trailside Cafe.
In addition to her studies in the classical field, which have involved performances in UPEI ensembles and the P.E.I. Symphony Orchestra, Rollwage enjoys performing in folk, roots and jazz capacities.
A multi-instrumentalist, she has studied piano, cello and string bass.
She works as a session musician, church music director and choral conductor and recently began teaching music lessons in her studio at Long and McQuade.
Hannah Rollwage, mezzo-soprano, will be performing on Wednesday, July 15, as part of the Wednesdays at Noon series.