Music-focused fraternity Mu Phi Epsilon to celebrate 100 years with special concert
It was a century ago that a chapter of the fraternity that uses music to serve the community was created in Ann Arbor. To celebrate this milestone, the Ann Arbor Alumi chapter will perform at Mu Phi Epsilon and Friends: Celebrating 100 years of Music, Friendship and Harmony at Westminster Presbyterian Church on Tuesday.
As part of the special event, a short choral piece was commissioned and will be premiered. There will also three-song cycle of Deborah Rebeck Ash’s poems, "Riding Past Grief, written in memory of her mother, set to music by Henry Flurry. " The concert will conclude with a reception and refreshments.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013. 8 p.m. Free will donation. The Westminster Presbyterian Church is located at 1500 Scio Church Road, Ann Arbor. 734-761-9320. For more information: 734-665-2008 or www.muphiepsilon.org/annarbor