A Woman’s Concern presents:
A Fundraising Concert to Benefit Women and Children
Followed by a dessert reception
Friday, May 20 2011
7:30 PM The Welcome Center
One Park Street, Boston MA
Tickets $40 – For tickets call 617-825-0838
Or order by using pay pal
BRUCE CRILLY has performed for over 20 years in various staged and concert performances across the U.S. and around the world. Oratorio performances include Handel’s Messiah and Mendelssohn’s Elijah.
Previous performances for A Woman’s Concern include selections from the Broadway musicals West Side Story, Phantom of the Opera, and Les Miserables.
VIRGINIA HERRERA-CRILLY has studied voice in Mexico, Italy and the U.S with Jerome Hines and Franco Iglesias. Operatic stage roles include Nedda, Suor Angelica, Musetta, and Marguerite. She was featured on the film soundtrack “Under the Rubble” (Best Short film nominee, Tribeca Film Festival, 2006). Virginia is the Head of the Vocal Department at the Harbor Conservatory for Performing Arts in New York City.
Previous performances for A Woman’s Concern include selections from the Broadway musicals West Side Story, Phantom of the Opera, and Jekyll & Hyde.
ELLIE WEE, DMA has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in the United States, France, Italy, Austria, Japan and Korea with such groups as Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, Menotti Lyric Opera andArizona Opera.
Ellie is the Musician in Residence and an Adjunct Tutor at the College of Saint Mary Magdalen in Warner, N.H.
ANTHONY DUO ~
ERIC AND PAT ANTHONY The Anthony Duo has performed in a variety of venues, from college recitals to public radio. They are known for arranging their repertoire: Rodrigo, Vivaldi, Albeniz, and Scarlatti.
Eric Anthony is a classical guitarist and Renaissance lutenist. He has performed with the Ramon de los Reyes flamenco dance group and with the Renaissonics.
Patricia Anthony studied flute with Joseph Mariano, Samuel Baron, Philip Kaplan, Julius Baker, and Boston Symphony Orchestra principal flutist Doriot Anthony Dwyer. She has performed worldwide as a soloist and ensemble member.
Eric’s previous performances for A Woman’s Concern included “Granada”, “Capricho Arabe” and “ Sueno”.