Rebecca Geihsler

March 22, 2013 (Jackson) - Dr. Rebecca Geihsler, Adjunct Professor of Voice, Music History and Music Appreciation, will perform her solo voice recital on March 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Belhaven Concert Hall. Dr. Geihsler, a soprano, will be accompanied by Mr. Tyler Kemp on the piano and will present works by Mozart, Debussy, Wolf and Blumenkrantz.

The free recital will also feature Lori Laitman’s “I Never Saw Another Butterfly,” a song cycle for voice and saxophone based on poetry written by children at the Terezin ghetto during World War II.

Dr. Geihsler is a native of New Orleans and has served at Belhaven since 2009. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Centenary College of Louisiana, a Masters of Music in Vocal Performance and Doctor of Arts in Pedagogy from the University of Mississippi, where she held a University Fellowship and an Assistantship in Opera. She has performed in both opera and musical theatre productions like The Impressario, Hansel and Gretel, Little Red Riding Hood to The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Magic Flute and Hello Dolly.


Belhaven University stands among select Christian colleges and universities and has been repeatedly named one of “America’s 100 Best College Buys." The University offers 30 academic majors across a full spectrum of disciplines as well as a variety of graduate programs. In addition, Belhaven has achieved the distinction of being among only 30 universities nationally accredited in each of the major arts – music, theatre, visual art and dance. All programs are taught from a Christian worldview perspective and are guided by the mission to prepare students academically and spiritually to serve Christ Jesus in their careers, in human relationships, and in the world of ideas.

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