New Music Concert Series: Marianne Parker & Megan Ihnen
Building: Academic Building
Room Number: Large Auditorium
Date: Thursday, May 4, 2023
Time: 05:00 pm End Time: 06:30 pm
Event Category: Community and Arts
Division Host: Communication, Arts & Humanities
Marianne Parker & Megan Ihnen
Thursday, May 4 at 5 p.m.
Large Auditorium • Academic Building • Marple Campus
Also streaming online through Zoom
Join us as we welcome Pianist Marianne Parker and mezzo-soprano Megan Ihnen to the stage at Delaware County Community College for an evening concert followed by a Q&A! Pianist Marianne Parker and mezzo-soprano Megan Ihnen present a concert exploring personal growth, evolving roles in life, and the unwavering forward motion amid uncertainty that exists in that space.
About the Ensemble:
Megan Ihnen is a “new music force of nature.” Her performances thrive on elaborate sound worlds and fully-developed dramatic interpretations. A gifted narrative and non-narrative musical storyteller, Megan’s performance work explores the depths of memory, nostalgia, the perception of time, and complex relationships. Passionate about contemporary chamber music and opera, Megan has worked with individuals and ensembles around the globe.
Marianne Parker’s playing has been described as, “a cut above...her sympathetic fingers offering well-sculpted phrases and impassioned pealing” (Chicago Classical Review). Her work can be heard on three albums, Pages intimes (2019), Pyano Sa (2020), and Currents in Time (2020, PARMA/Navona Records). Marianne is curator for the Anthology of 21st century works for solo piano through NewMusicShelf Publishing.
$10 | General Admission (In-Person & Streaming)
FREE | Edu Tickets (In-Person & Streaming)
Students from all schools and colleges, as well as DCCC employees receive complimentary admission to all concerts in this series!
Limit one education ticket per online order. (Please present school ID at ticket table.)
In-person tickets also available at the door
For more information and group ticket sales, please call 610-359-5266.
ADA Assistive Listening Devices, Accessible Seating and Parking Available