This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

No products were found matching your selection.

This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Listen here to Muphen Whitney’s most recent Podcast about our upcoming Spanish Serenade concert:

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

Pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser create an incredible ballet of four-hands and twenty fingers on a single piano in this wonderful concert featuring music of French composers as well as a new arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”   Discover some intriguing connections between French cabaret music, ragtime, and other popular sources of music in Paris at the turn of the 20th century

View a preview of the show by clicking below:

Listen to Muphen Whitney’s podcast about this show:

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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This program features a fantastic tenor, Dr. Jamison Walker, who has performed in recital, opera, symphonic, and academic settings, nationally and internationally across the United States and in Europe and Asia.   Originally a lyric tenor who sang many of the leading roles in Mozart and Rossini operas, Walker has evolved towards a more dramatic bent and has recently sung Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Canio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Radamess in Verdi’s Aida and even Parsifal in Wagner’s Parsifal.    Before completing his education, Mr. Walker served as a Counterintelligence Agent in the U. S. Army. He performed in over 400 venues as soloist for the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon with the Army Band. After completing a Vocal Performance degree at Stetson University, Mr. Walker was awarded a graduate assistantship in opera and studio voice at Florida State University, obtaining a Master of Music and a Doctor of Music in vocal performance. D. Walker has served on the faculties of Troy University, Stetson University, The Kaiwen School in Beijing, China, and has joined the Faculty of James Madison University in the fall of 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Voice.

This concert will include songs by Beethoven, Liszt, and Strauss along with some great Spirituals, Neopolitan songs, and favorite hits from Broadway

Listen to Jamison Walker sing “Vesti La Giubba” from I Pagliacci

Home of Fred Flaccavento & Donna Sylvester

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