Bio: Sterzinger, Megan (Concert - 2012)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt

Surname: Sterzinger

----Source: The Abbotsford Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 11/07/2012

Chorale concerts to feature several Sterzinger singers

Megan Sterzinger, recent vocal performance graduate of Carthage College, will perform with the Central Chamber Chorale in concerts this Friday, November 9, at St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 321 N. Park St., Medford, and on Sunday, November 11, at Christ Lutheran Church, 1208 W. 14th St., Marshfield. Both start at 7:30 p.m.

Sterzinger, will sing John Jacob Niles’s “I Wonder as I Wander” and Carlos Alberto Pinto Fonseca’s “Jubiaba” with the chorale. She will also perform several solo recital pieces. The concert is open to the public without charge.

Sterzinger joins her parent, Jan (Awe) and Gary Sterzinger, graduates of Colby High School, and her uncle Gregory Sterzinger of Colby, who are all members of the chorale. Megan Sterzinger is a 2008 graduate of Marshfield High School where she participated in choir, band, musical theatre and the Madrigal Singer. She sang with Central Chamber Chorale in the spring of her senior year.

At Carthage College, Sterzinger performed in Mozart’s “Marriage of Figaro” as Barbarina and sang with the Carthage Choir. She toured with Carthage Choir to Europe in 2009 and they performed at Carnegie hall in 2011. She also sang with the Chamber Chorus at Bangor University while studying abroad in Bangor, Wales, UK.

She performed with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Chorus for the 2010-2011 season. Prior to graduating from Carthage in May 2012, she performed a 14 piece solo recital which included works by J. S. Bach, Mozart, Schubert, Donizetti and Ernest Charles.

Sterzinger is currently working in Milwaukee with an autism center and has plans to attend graduate school for music therapy.

In addition to the Medford and Marshfield performances, Sterzinger will also sing at the chorale’s Wisconsin Rapids concert Saturday evening.



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