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Dia de los Muertos Faculty Recital—David Grogan, voice

Please join us for an evening of music celebrating Dia de los Muertos with Dr. David Grogan.

The concert will include selections centered on remembrances by Liza Lehmann, Gabriel Fauré, Gustav Mahler, Gerald Finzi, and a special appearance by a Mariachi group.

David Grogan, baritone, has performed extensively throughout the Southwest to critical acclaim. Grogan joined the faculty at The University of Texas Arlington in the fall of 2009, first as visiting professor and in 2010 as tenure-track assistant professor of coice.

In addition to providing private vocal instruction for voice majors, Grogan teaches vocal pedagogy, voice class, and choral methods. His background in choral music education is extensive, including experience directing programs in both private and public schools across the metroplex.

Grogan holds Bachelor of Music Education and Master of Music degrees from Texas Christian University. He earned his Doctor of Musical Arts in vocal performance and pedagogy in 2010 from the University of North Texas.

The performance will be held in Irons Recital Hall, FA105, located in the South Section of the Fine Arts Building.

Doors open approximately 30 minutes before the performance time.

Please be aware, no food or drink, aside from bottled water, is allowed in the recital hall.

Parking is available in the West Campus Garage, and ADA parking is available at the meters on Nedderman Drive in front of Texas Hall.

Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 7:30pm

Irons Recital Hall, Fine Arts Building
700 Greek Row Drive, Arlington, Tx

Event Type

Arts & Culture


College of Liberal Arts, Music


Alumni, Local Community, Faculty & Staff, Students, Undergraduates, Students, Graduate



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