Friday, May 20 @ 7:30 pm
Jacquelyn Matava & Samuel Gaskin in concert
Free and open to the public

Winner of The American Prize (2021) for women in opera, mezzo-soprano Jacquelyn Matava has been praised for her “warm sound” and “soothing legato line.” Most recently she sang Zita in Festival Napa Valley’s production of Gianni Schicchi with Kent Nagano conducting. A native of Farmington, Connecticut, Jacquelyn holds a D. M. and M. M. in vocal performance from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and B. A. in music and economics from Vassar College. She currently serves as Assistant Professor of Music at Trinity University and is a staff singer at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in San Antonio, Texas.
Saturday, June 18 @ 7:30 pm
Free and open to the public

The Chapel of the Incarnate Word welcomes back Agarita for a unique performance of J.S. Bach's masterpiece, The Goldberg Variations.  Agarita will mix Dmitry Sitkovesky's String Trio arrangement with Bach's original harpsichord instrumentation.