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Friends of the UTA Libraries present David Grogan

Go wild as Associate Professor of Music David Grogan performs his Wild Animals-themed recital. 

Grogan, a baritone, has performed as a soloist with many Dallas-area arts groups including the Dallas Bach Society, Texas Baroque Ensemble, Orpheus Chamber Singers, Mesquite Civic Chorus, and the Allegro Artists, as well as at several Texas universities. Recent performances include Mahler's Rueckert Lieder with the UT Arlington Symphony, Haydn's Creation, the Haydn Lord Nelson Mass, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with the Midland Symphony, Messiah with the New Mexico Symphony Chorus. 

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 Voice. In addition to providing private vocal instruction for voice majors, Grogan teaches vocal pedagogy, voice class, and choral methods.

Friday, January 25 at 7:30pm to 9:30pm


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

Event Type

Arts & Culture

Departments

UTA Libraries, Friends of the Library

Audience

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

Website

https://library.uta.edu/friends/events

Cost

Free

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