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Gregg Hurley in his original piece, "Two Halves Make a (W)hole" Learn more about our Grief Is a Dancer programs here.
Gregg & Susan Hurley in "Two Halves Make a (W)hole" Photo Credit: @andre.frueh
Gregg & Susan Hurley sing and dance "How Interesting You Are" in my show, Hello Sky
Scene from OperaLancaster's 2010 production. Photo credit: Mike Noble
The Sound of Music, Gretna Playhouse, 1965
L to R: me (Brigitta), Cindy Myers (Louisa), and Bernadette Peters (Liesl)
Dr. Robert Bigley leading the 2019-20 Lancaster Bible College Chamber Singers as they record, "Come Unto Me"
First year directing the Junior Choir at First Presbyterian Church
They had the most exquisite sound, captured in 2009 on a recording I still listen to.
choir directing at First Presbyterian Church
We love hosting house concerts. Here are Nina De Vitry and Friends. (From left: Eric Muench, bass, Nina, and Micah Graves on piano.)
Showcase of songs from "Hello Sky" (formerly "Georgia O'Keeffe: A Woman on Paper.") From left: Alan Mudrick, Hurley Addair, John Meeder, Alisa Bair
I entered a contest. Imagine my panic finding out I'd won (out of 50,000 people) just six days before the event. You may recognize our dinner companions!
Hosting the world-class Fred Hughes Trio in a CD release house concert. From left: Amy Shook, bass; Rob & Alisa Bair; Frank Russo, drums; Fred Hughes, pianist.
The jaw-droppingly talented Three Divas (from left: Amy Shook, bass; Jackie Warren, piano; Sherrie Maricle, drums)