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Two BPC sopranos give senior recitals
By Kelley M. Arnold
Director of News and Public Information
|Shown (l-r) are Cathy Rogers, accompanist, Glenda Moye and Brejoya Perry. Perry and Moye performed in back-to-back senior recitals Dec. 4 on the Mount Vernon campus. (Photo provided)
MOUNT VERNON—Two Brewton-Parker College seniors pursuing bachelor of music degrees presented back-to-back senior recitals Dec. 4 in the Gilder Recital Hall on the Mount Vernon campus. Brejoya Perry and Glenda Moye performed selections that represented their range and breadth of study at the college in the Division of Music.
The recitals were presented in partial fulfillment of their degrees. Perry is majoring in Church Music, and Moye is majoring in Music Education. Both hold their primary concentration in voice. Moye is in the studio of Dr. Ben Caston, assistant professor of music, and Perry is from the studio of Prof. Stephanie Fort, assistant professor of music.
Highlights from Perry’s recital included the aria “Non ti fidar” from “Muzio Scevola” by George Frederick Handel and “Vielle Chanson” by Georges Bizet. Highlights from Moye’s recital included the aria “Non so piu cosa son” from “Le nozze di Figaro” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and “An meinen Herzen” from “Frauenliebe und Lepen, Op. 42” by Robert Schumann.
Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited four-year Christian college in south Georgia.