KENT Zeta Omicron is serenaded

Cecil Giltz Published:

Zeta Omicron, alumni chapter of Delta Omicron, held its meeting and music program recently at the United Methodist Church of Kent.

The meeting was hosted by Carol Klohn and co-hosted by Adele Fussner and Patricia Wiley.

The music program consisted of students from the Portage Arts Academy, assisted by teachers Timothy Staron, Donna Oberlin and Wiley. Students performing were: Jai-Kung Feng, violin; Kristrun Kristinsdottir, piano; Rebecca Thomas, piano; Yow-Kung Feng, violin; Jamie Rhoads, piano; Brooke Buller, piano; Timothy Miller, violin; Kristel Enflo, piano; Nicholas Alexander, violin; and Rachel Goodell, piano.

The students performed a wide variety of music by such composers as Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, Gershwin and Massanet.

The modern popular tunes of Marvin Hamlisch, Alan Menken and Meredith Wilson also were performed on the piano.

Following the music program, a reception was held in the church parlor for the students and their guests.

The Portage Arts Academy is housed in the education wing of the United Methodist Church of Kent. The faculty consists of Staron, violin and director; Thomas Pleban, viola; Oberlin, piano; Wiley, piano; Lynnette Morrow, dance; and Thomas Morrow, guitar. For further information, contact Staron at (330) 677-1754.

The business meeting was held after the reception. The next Delta Omicron meeting will be a brunch to be held at 11 a.m. April 26 at the Patton House in Kent.

Want to leave your comments?

Sign in or Register to comment.