MCC to Highlight Student Singers & Instrumentalists in End-of-Semester Recital

Submitted by Middlesex Community College

In a celebration of their hard work throughout the semester, Middlesex Community College is excited to host a student recital as part of the Spring 2024 “A World of Music” concert series. The performance will take place at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, April 22 at MCC’s Bedford Campus Concert Hall.

“I’ve been working with Professor Dr. Daniel Fridley this semester doing an independent study in voice,” said Emily Holway, an MCC music student from Westford. “He has pushed me to explore new terrain in music and it’s rewarding to hear my voice develop. I’m excited I get to perform an original composition I wrote over a year ago and share it.  It’s a piece I’m most fond of and I hope everyone will like it!”

The line-up will feature MCC student singers and instrumentalists showcasing their talents on stage in front of a live audience. A few electronic works by music technology students will also be featured.

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“We are so looking forward to our upcoming student recital, which will feature student singers, pianists, guitarists, percussionists, cellist, music technology compositions, and our new MCC Music Club Band,” said Carmen Rodríguez-Peralta, MCC’s Chair of Music. “Music ranging from Bach and Beethoven to Amy Winehouse will be performed.”

Two additional “A World of Music” concerts include a performance by the Lowell Chamber Orchestra (LCO) at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 4 at MCC’s Academic Arts Center in Lowell and Duo du Sud at 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 2 at MCC’s Bedford Concert Hall.

The LCO also kicked off this semester’s performance with a concert on Sunday, Feb. 18, followed by A Chopin Celebration on Sunday, March 3 and Duos and Trios for Oboe, Flute and Piano on Friday, April 5.

All concerts are free and open to the public.

MCC’s Concert Hall is located in Henderson Hall at 591 Springs Rd. in Bedford. Parking is available on-campus. Visit for more information.

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