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Thursday, October 17 8 p.m. Steve & Judy Turner Recital Hall Faculty Recital Jonathan Retzlaff, lyric baritone, and Wilson Southerland, piano with Kathryn Janssen and Amy Hughlett, sopranos Piano and Voice Alumni come Home An impressive crop of Blair alumni come home for an engaging evening of vocal music. Pianist Wilson Southerland, soprano Kathryn Janssen and soprano Amy Forburger Hughlett were each the top graduate in their class, winning the Founders Medal in 1998, 1999 and 2000, respectively. These Blair graduates join lyric baritone Jonathan Retzlaff in an evening of song and opera celebrating Wilson’s homecoming and the art of collaborative piano. Following graduation from Blair and Juilliard, Wilson has emerged as an influential coach, pianist, and opera conductor, with performances in the United States, Israel, and South Africa. Learn more about Wilson's journey and talents as he partners with Jonathan in works from the early Italian repertoire, Franz Schubert and Franz Liszt. Following intermission, Janssen and Hughlett join Wilson to perform the soaring duet Sous le dôme épais, from Lakmé by Delibes. The quartet finishes the evening with the rousing and dramatic Act III finale Tu ne chanteras plus! from Les Contes d’Hoffman by Offenbach. Southerland will also conduct master classes from noon-4 p.m. Friday, October 19, and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, October 19, also in Steve & Judy Turner Recital Hall Presented with gratitude to an anonymous friend for generously supporting the Blair School