From left, Robert McFarland, Teri Johnson, Penny Hogan and George Hogan onstage at Temple College for "A Night at the Opera", a Jan. 25 benefit recital for the Temple Symphony Orchestra.
Sopranos Teri Johnson, left, and Penny Hogan sing Rossini's "Cat Duet" at Temple Symphony Orchestra's benefit recital, "A Night at the Opera" Saturday at Temple College.
Dramatic baritone Robert McFarland, who sang eight years under Beverly Sills at the New York City Opera. performs Tonio's prologue from "I Pagliacci" at Temple College's Performing Arts Center Saturday.
George Hogan, bass, sings a Verdi aria with pianist Li-Ping Wu.
Posted: Sunday, February 2, 2014 4:30 am
Posted on Feb 2, 2014
The Performing Arts Center at Temple College was transformed into an elegant European opera house Jan. 25, when four distinguished singers performed a benefit recital for the Temple Symphony Orchestra.
“A Night at the Opera” featured sopranos Penny Hogan and Teri Johnson, baritone Robert McFarland and bass George Hogan in a diverse program that combined an all-Italian operatic repertoire with selections from American musical theater, operetta excerpts and an Irving Berlin chestnut.
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