A la carté to serve up flavors of fine music
November 15, 2010 —
Arbury will buzz next Sunday as tunes echo through the halls during SVSU’s sixth annual muse.
On Nov. 21, a group of 11 student musicians will star in a diverse compilation of melodic performances, even opera, in the fine art commons.
Co-directed by vocalist Julie Meyer and professor of theater Ric Roberts, the show will begin after brunch, which starts at 11:30 a.m. A second brunch and show will follow at 2 p.m. Cheryl Cheger-Timm and Melissa Everett will accompany the students. Cheger-Timm serves as SVSU’s music department staff accompanist. Everett plays violin and lives in Midland.
Even the brunch menu list follows the “a la carte!” theme of this year’s muse. Attendees will have their choice of a baked potato bar, salad, chili, chicken and apple cobbler.
The music department and the SVSU foundation are organizing the event, which local businesses are sponsoring. The show and brunch are free, but seating is limited, and tickets are required.
The university art gallery and Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum will open for the event at 1:15 p.m. and will remain open for an hour.