NEWS & EVENTS
Senior Biology Major Jayson to Give Voice PerformanceApril 14, 2011
Hartwick College biology major Madeleine Jayson '11 of Brookfield, CT, will give a vocal performance at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 15 in Anderson Center for the Arts Theatre. The event is free, and the public is invited to attend.
Jayson has been an active student on the Hartwick campus and in the Oneonta community for the past four years as a biology student, a facilitator for Challenge Education, a Pine Lake resident, and as a voice teacher at The Eighth Note Music Store. She has performed for Julia Yarinsky's Open Mic at the Oneonta Theatre, The Autumn Cafe, and on Channel 27's "The Beat."
On April 15 she will bring to the stage all of her experiences as the Director of Not So Sharp a cappella, a member of the Jennie Williams Blues band and The Mothers of Intention, and as a solo artist in her own right.
Her magnetic voice is powerful, and she intends to "tear open the stage to find new dimensions for the audience to experience." She provides her listeners with a colorful spectrum of musical genres, covering rock/pop, musical theatre, jazz, and her original works.
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Contact: Christopher Lott