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Employees, Alumni to Perform With Civic Chorus


Two Penn College employees and several alumni will perform “The Music of Faure” with the Williamsport Civic Chorus at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15, at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 142 Market St., Williamsport. Barbara Albert, program specialist for early childhood education, and Debra Buckman, assistant professor of environmental technology, sing with the chorus. Jim Buckman, a 1988 computer science graduate of Williamsport Area Community College, will perform as a soloist in the “Faure Requiem.” Other alumnisingers are Karen Gair (1997, occupational therapist assistant) and Nicholas Buckman (2002. mass communications). Paula Sager, a former Spanish teacher at Penn College, also sings with the chorus. In addition to the Requiem, the concert will feature three other Faure works: “Messe Basse,” “Madrigal” and the “Cantique de Jean Racine.” Tickets can be purchased at Otto’s Bookstore, Robert M. Sides Family Music Center or at the door. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $8 for students/senior citizens if purchased before Nov. 15 and $12/10 on the day of the concert. The event is supported, in part, by the college.

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