Andover residents, Terri Kelley and Bill Donelan, have teamed up to form Singular, a piano/vocal duo that has performed for public and private gatherings in the Merrimack Valley, including a popular Celtic concert at the Lawrence Public Library. Their program will include a collection of American songs from 1850-1970, along with seasonal favorites.
About the performers
Terri Kelley began piano studies at age three with her father, a professional musician, and has continued classical piano studies throughout her life. She holds B.A. and M.A. degrees as well as several diplomas in piano performance. Terri received the Eartha Dengler Award for her cultural contributions as Artistic Director of the Catherine McCarthy Trust Concert Series (2004-2017), and currently serves as Artistic Director of The White Fund's new Concert Series. She is the author of two books, Piano Is Our Forte, and Music Theory for Pianists. She currently performs as pianist and accompanist, and teaches piano, organ, and voice privately in Andover.
Bill Donelan, a versatile baritone, is at home singing classical, popular, and theatrical music. A native of Boston, he has lived in Andover for more than 30 years, and has performed in more than a dozen musicals. He has sung as a member and soloist with Boston area choruses, including the New England Classical Singers, Coro Allegro, and The Spectrum Singers. In 2015, he gave a Lieder recital in North Andover that included Gustav Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder.
Sponsored by the Friends of MHL.