Charlotte Holloman

Concert Artist, Opera Star

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A Tribute to Charlotte Holloman: Concert Artist, Opera Star, Vocal Pedagogue and Music Scholarship Fundraiser


Washington, D.C. – On Friday, March 9, 2012 at 7:30 PM, the Music Program of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts will present a Tribute to Charlotte Holloman in salute to her extraordinary career as Concert Artist, Opera Star and Vocal Pedagogue. The Music Program will present its students in concert with highlights of alumni and faculty in collaborative performances in recognition of the great achievements of her outstanding career in vocal performance.
Produced by the faculty of the Music Program, this Tribute seeks to recognize the great attributes of one of our own, PROFESSOR CHARLOTTE HOLLOMAN, Director of Vocal Program, Music Department, Howard University, and Professor of Voice, University of the District of Columbia who will be honored in a Music Tribute and Scholarship Fundraiser. The FUNDRAISER PROGRAM will spotlight the spectacular variety of talents of its music students and faculty who will perform in a wide-spectrum of musical genres to include, voice, piano, instrumental ensembles, classical, rhythm and blues, and jazz, as Professor Holloman has sung with and/or taught in all of the above genres with prominent artists.
Dr. Marjorie Holloman Parker, former Chairman of the UDC Board of Trustees, was her sister-in-law.
Tickets are $20 (general admission), $15 (senior) and $10 (student) and can be purchased beginning mid-February at the Performing Arts Bldg., 46 West, Music Program, Room A05-C, UDC Van Ness Campus, 4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW. Tickets will also be available at the University Auditorium door on the night of the performance. (For ticket reservations, see contact information below.) The University Auditorium (Bldg. 46 East) is conveniently located on Metro’s Red Line at the Van Ness-UDC stop.
Contact: Dr. Marva Cooper at 202.274-5801 or
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