- Soprano Soloist - "Chris Mann: Home for Christmas, Part 2"
Janie Brokenicky teaches applied voice and music theory at Kansas State University and is currently pursuing a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction. She is co-founder of the Flint Hills Children’s Choirs, based out of Manhattan, KS. The choirs have performed at the KMEA State Convention, collaborated with the KC ballet and in December will perform with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra and soloist Chris Mann.
As a soloist, Janie has been featured at The Kauffman Center (Kansas City), the Meyerson Symphony Hall (Dallas), and The Folly Theater (Kansas City). Additionally, she has been a guest artist for the Wichita Chamber Chorale, Hays Symphony Orchestra, Flint Hills Masterworks Chorale, and served three summers as artist-in-residence for the Ad Astra Summer Music Festival. Last spring, she took on the infamous role of The Queen of the Night in the KSU production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. In addition to vocal music, Janie also holds a degree in mathematics (hence her love for music theory) and is an accomplished oboist.
Home for Christmas
- Date:Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 7 pm
- Location: Century II Concert Hall