SSC Presents Going Rogue: SSC’s Voice Department Flips

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McGRATHPR.com – South Shore Conservatory’s Conservatory Concert Series (CCS) mixes things up vocally with Going Rogue: SSC’s Voice Department Flips on Sunday, March 11, 4 pm at One Conservatory Drive in Hingham, and again on Sunday, March 18, 4 pm at 64 St. George Street in Duxbury. This concert is the final of five productions in CCS’s 2017/18 season.

CCS concerts showcase the diverse talents of the Conservatory’s faculty of nearly 100 educator/performers. Admission to the concert is free, helping advance SSC’s mission of expanding access to arts education and performance. All concerts are on Sunday at 4 pm and include a reception where audience members are invited to meet the performers.

Going Rogue features SSC singers dipping their vocal toes into a new genre of music.  Audience members can expect to enjoy hearing a baritone sing “I Feel Pretty” from West Side Story, a female vocalist sing “Herod’s Song” from Jesus Christ Superstar, and a mezzo-soprano sing the iconic bass aria “O Isis und Osiris” from The Magic Flute.  Whatever surprises escape from the vocal chords of these diverse singers is sure to be entertaining, hilarious, and touching.

SSC faculty members performing include Voice Chair Emily Browder Melville, Holly Jennings, Beth MacLeod Largent, Devon Russo, Eve Montague and Meredith Borden.

South Shore Conservatory is committed to being an organization that welcomes the widest range of audience members possible – removing barriers to participation and welcoming everyone in, regardless of ability.  Both its Hingham and Duxbury campuses are wheelchair accessible.  For more detailed information about accessibility, please visit SSC’s Know Before You Go page.

For more information about Conservatory Concert Series performances, visit http://sscmusic.org/concert_series.html, call Beth MacLeod Largent at 781-749-7565, ext. 20, or find South Shore Conservatory on Facebook.

About South Shore Conservatory

South Shore Conservatory (SSC) has been providing access to and enriching the lives of South Shore residents through music and the arts for over 45 years. Recognized as a national model for arts education by the National Guild for Community Arts Education, SSC is the largest not-for-profit, community school for the arts in Massachusetts, serving over 4,000 students of all ages and abilities at its two beautiful campuses and in partnership with schools, and social service and community agencies throughout the South Shore.

Students participate in more than 50 diverse programs in music, dance and drama, with performance playing an important role in overall education. With more than 100 exceptional musicians on faculty, SSC offers 30 professionally produced concerts annually.  Through innovative partnerships, SSC’s Creative Arts Therapies department supports the mental, emotional, and physical health of some of our community’s underserved members, and the ImagineARTS program strengthens pre-reading skills for young learners in Brockton Schools through integrated music and dramatic play.

SSC’s campuses are located at One Conservatory Drive, Hingham, (781) 749-7565, 64 St. George Street, Duxbury, (781) 934-2731, and 135 Webster Street, Hanover, (781) 421-6162. SSC programs are supported in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. For more information call us, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram or visit www.sscmusic.org.

In keeping with SSC’s inclusive mission to provide access to quality education in the arts for all, the Conservatory offers programs for all segments of the population to enjoy, regardless of age, ability, geography, and financial means.  Furthermore, South Shore Conservatory admits students and families of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.

Photos by Denise Maccaferri Photography

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