Tel Hai Retirement Community invites the community to attend a Tel Hai Concert Series Event: Opera, Broadway & A Virtuoso Clarinetist on Saturday, March 11 at 7:30 PM in the StoneCroft Center for Worship & Performing Arts. Join us for a free evening of music as we are entertained by Marian Murphy Powell (soprano), Roy Hage (tenor), Doris Hall Gulati (clarinet) and Jeffrey Uhlig (piano.) This event is open to the public.
Murhy Powell is a veteran of national tours and major regional theatre productions as Cosette (Les Misérables), Christine (Phantom), and Mother (Bright Lights, Big City.) She has been featured with several orchestras around the world, including the Shanghai Symphony in a tribute concert to the Prime Minister of Singapore, and the Concordia Orchestra at New York’s Lincoln Center. She holds a Bachelor degree and a Performer’s Certificate of Merit from the School of Music at the State University of New York in Fredonia.
Hage is a first-year Resident Artist at the Academy of Vocal Arts. He has performed the roles of Nemorino (L’elisir d’amore), Tamino (Die Zauberflöte), Ein Soldat (Der Kaiser von Atlantis), Chevelier de la Force (Dialogues des Carmélites), Sir Philip Wingrave (Owen Wingrave), and Goffredo (Rinaldo), in productions and co-productions by Curtis Opera, Opera Philadelphia, and Portland Opera. Prior to attending and graduating from the Curtis Institute of Music with a Master’s Degree in Opera, Roy attended the Oberlin Conservatory, Yale University, and the Interlochen Arts Academy.
After being awarded First Prize in the Louise D. McMahon International Music Competition, Hall-Gulati gave her New York debut, performing the world premiere of John Carbon’s “Rhapsody For Clarinet and Orchestra,” at Avery Fischer Hall, Lincoln Center, with Gerard Schwarz and the New York Chamber Symphony. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from the Peabody Conservatory of Music, and she received a Masters in Music studying on a graduate fellowship from the University of Michigan.
Uhlig has appeared as collaborative pianist in many concerts in America and also has performed in Russia. Some of his notable performances have been at The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC and at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York. He plays regularly with many members of The Philadelphia Orchestra including Concert Master David Kim, Principal Cellist, Hai-Ye Ni and Principal Trombonist, Nitzan Haroz.
Event is hosted in the StoneCroft Center for Worship & Performing Arts, on the campus at Tel Hai, located at 4000 Tree Line Drive, Honey Brook. We are only 3 short miles east of Route 10 off Beaver Dam Road. Follow Beaver Dam Road to the campus of Tel Hai, then turn onto Tree Line Drive and follow signs to StoneCroft. Parking is available adjacent to the StoneCroft commons main entrance.
Tel Hai Retirement Community, an accredited nonprofit continuing care retirement community, has provided high quality and compassionate care since 1956. For more information or directions, please visit www.telhai.org.
Founded in 1956, Tel Hai Retirement Community is a non-profit, 501(c)3 Life Plan Community (formerly a continuing care retirement community) located in the rolling countryside of Chester County in Honey Brook Township. Tel Hai offers the full-continuum of aging services including residential living, personal care, personal care memory support, health care, adult day services, home care services and therapy services. Tel Hai is motivated by Christ’s love for all, and our covenant is to provide a vibrant caring community that enhances the lives of those served, including more than 850 residents and 500 team members. Tel Hai is nationally accredited by the independent Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities-Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CCAC.)