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‘˜Key of V’ to Perform at The Gallery at Penn College


Key of VPennsylvania College of Technology will continue its “In Perfect Harmony: The Concert Series in The Gallery at Penn College” with a performance by Key of V on May 5.

Key of V, which comprises sibling duo Valerie A. LaCerra (guitar, lead vocals) and Erin M. LaCerra (viola, second vocals), will rock The Gallery at Penn College in a performance of their self-described “strange folk” music from 8 to 9:30 p.m.

Key of V will offer its audience an earthy, whimsical and spicy-sweet experience as they play tentacles of acoustic, indie and psychedelic rhythms.

In addition to being a part-time musical duo, both women, who hail from Linden, are students in Penn College’s applied human services bachelor’s degree major.

Two exhibits will be featured during the concert. Works from the portfolios of senior graphic-design students at Penn College including posters, books, magazine spreads, corporate identity and logos will be on view in the main gallery. On exhibit in the gallery lobby will be ceramic works by Williamsport Area High School student Rachel Kempf, winner of The Gallery at Penn College Artistic Excellence Award. Both exhibits run May 2-13.

Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, 2 to 8 p.m.; and Wednesday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. All exhibits are free and open to the public.

For more about The Gallery at Penn College, visit online, e-mail or call (570) 320-2445. For general information about the college, visit on the Web, e-mail or call toll-free (800) 367-9222.

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