Acclaimed Ragtime pianist, Don Kawash, and bass baritone, Randy Shupp,
return to Neumann University with Everything Old is New Again
on Thursday, April 10 at 1:30 p.m.
Everything Old is New Again comes to Neumann University on Thursday, April 10,
at 1:30 p.m.
The rags-to-riches duo that features Don Kawash, an acclaimed Ragtime pianist, and the bass baritone, Randy Shupp, return to the Neumann stage as they perform popular tunes from America’s most famous composers. The duo covers the bittersweet musings of Scott Joplin’s solo piano rags to the witty and elegant songs of such musical masters as Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, George Gershwin and Richard Rogers.
Local freelance writer, Ruth Rovner, raves, “Don Kawash and Randy Shupp are musicians who turn back the clock with their performances. They're drawn to the classics of American popular music and they're bringing that music to audiences who especially appreciate it. They've met with responsive audiences wherever they perform."
This program is presented by the Cultural Arts Forum, which for 44 years has been sponsoring events to support adult women students at Neumann University through the endowed scholarship named in honor of the founder of the Forum, Margaret Mary Kearney. Since its founding in1970, the Forum has presented more than 250 events and seminars.
The performance will be in the Meagher Theatre, located in the campus Life Center. Tickets are $8 for general admission. Admission is free for Neumann students/staff and Cultural Arts Forum members. Please contact Nicholas DiMarino at 610-558-5626 for more information.
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