The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford's new student vocal ensemble will make its debut during a holiday concert Thursday, Dec. 9, at the campus.
The free Noon Tunes program will take place at 11:30 a.m. in the KOA Speer Electronics Lobby in Blaisdell Hall, as part of the university's Spectrum Series. Students will perform a program that includes "Let it Snow!," "Christmas Time is Here," "Seasons of Love," "The Most Wonderful Time of Year" and other holiday favorites.
There will also be solo performances: Brianna Pollock, a broadcast communications major of Doylestown, will sing "How Lovely are the Feet" (from Messiah) and Daniel Robinson, a pre-nursing major from Gifford, will sing "The Christmas Song." A brief carol sing-along will round out the concert.
Other students in the choir include Jeremy Freer, a broadcast communications major from Cyclone; Karli Lawson, a biology major, and Katlyn Lawson, an elementary education major, both from Trevose; Kayla Neal, a public relations major from St. Marys; Colin Sullivan, a broadcast communications major from Olean, N.Y.; and Maria Tucker, a broadcast communications major from Philadelphia.