PUC Presents Soprano Soloist Maurita Phillips-Thornburgh
by Heather Lackey
Pacific Union College's Fine Art Series is proud to present Maurita Phillips Thornburgh, a soprano soloist, in concert on February 27. Phillips-Thornburgh is renowned throughout the West Coast area for her exquisite musicianship and artistry and has an impressive repertoire, ranging from fourteenth century works to the latest compositions. She has considerable experience, having performed extensively in the U.S., and internationally in Europe, the Middle East, and the Caribbean. She has also recorded several albums and has participated in recording sound-tracks for television and film, including Beauty and the Beast and Amistad.
Besides her impressive and much admired standing as a soloist, Maurita Phillips Thornburgh has extended her talents to conducting and serving as an artistic director for several programs. She founded and conducts the group CANTORI DOMINO, a multi-faceted group of artists that strives to perform and educate in many of the fine arts; and she participates in several other programs as well.
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