An Evening at the Musicals | Berklee Valencia Campus

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An Evening at the Musicals

Presented by:  Berklee College of Music
Where: Sala Russafa, C/Denia, 55, 46006, Valencia
When: Monday November 30, 20:30 hrs (local time)
Event link: facebook.com/events/992074224169114/
How to Attend: Free Entry

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Berklee's Valencia campus' Guitar Professor Daniel Flors has been busy putting together Berklee Valencia’s campus first musical theatre ensemble!

Early this year, several students auditioned with their best “16 bars” to be able to be part of this exciting project. With a selection of ten singers, and five band members, rehearsals have been well underway.

Students participating in this special ensemble will have the chance to perform at Sala Russafa, one of Valencia’s best theater venues, on November 30th, 8:30 pm 2015 (Free admission, tickets available at the door).

They will present a musical review entitled “An Evening of Broadway” which highlights Broadway hits from over the years including songs from West Side Story, Godspell, Dreamgirls and Wicked! The performance will be Directed by Daniel Flors himself and Choreographed by Student Affairs own Clara Barberá.

Band
Daniel Tauber on Piano (Sydney, Australia)
Jay Eldridge on Bass ( Grand Rapids, MI)
Greg Szaro on Drums (New York, NY)
Foster Rhodes on Violin (Brooklyn, NY)
Li Ying Cheok on Cello (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
Daniel Flors on Guitar (Valencia, Spain)

Singers
Liz Turner (New York, NY)
Veronica Largiu (Sardinia, Italy)
Sherry Martellaro (Syracuse, NY)
Queade Dweh (Philadelphia, PA)
Sharifa Headley (Toronto, Canada)
Kate Fay (Anamosa, IA)
Adiana Delavega (Dallas, TX)
Michael Hennessey (Chicago, IL)
Lauren McNutt (Danville, CA)
Erica Serrano (Boston, MA)

Directed by Daniel Flors. Coreography by Clara Barberá.
Produced by Berklee College of Music in collaboration with Sala Russafa and Música y Compromiso.