Faculty Recital

Friday, February 2, 7:30pm - Campana Chapel

Pitt-Greensburg welcomes its new faculty instructors Cynthia Ortiz, soprano Matt Klumpp, piano, with a Spring semester performance of the Pitt-Greensburg music faculty. The concert also presents music director Chris Bartley, baritone, and history professor Pilar Herr, flute.

Program Highlights
  • Matt Klumpp, piano - Haydn, Partita in E-maj / Rachmaninoff, Prelude in D-maj op 23 no. 4 / Liszt, Transcendental Etude in C minor S. 139 no. 8 "Wilde Jagt"
  • Cynthia Ortiz, soprano - Puccini, Donde lieta uscì from La bohème / Massanet,Il est doux, il est bon from Hérodiade
  • Pilar Herr, flute - J.S. Bach, Eb-maj Flute Sonata
  • Chris Bartley, baritone - Purcell, Anacreon's Defeat / Handel, Arm Ye Brave from Judas Maccabaeus


Students of Zach Rohlwing

Voice & Piano Studio Recitals

Students of Cynthia Ortiz & Matt Klumpp

Thursday, December 7, 7:30pm - Campana Chapel

Wednesday, April 18, 7:30pm - Campana Chapel

Voice & Piano Study at Pitt-Greensburg

Our programs in Voice and Piano offer, to any student, the opportunity to start or continue their vocal or piano studies through an intensive, one-on-one, entirely individualized weekly lesson. These lessons challenge students to hone their technical and musical skills using a variety of methods, repertoire, and experiences. As a supplement to weekly lessons, students participate in studio classes throughout the semester to share their progress with fellow studio members and to prepare themselves for the Studio Recital at the conclusion of each semester. The studio strives to turn musically inclined students into competent and capable musicians who possess the ability and confidence to be active artists in their community and to lead a life steeped in music.

Admittance into these studio is based on available slots and the results of an audition and interview with the instructor.