The voice students and faculty of the Music Conservatory of Westchester will be presenting two joint recitals of vocal music by German composers of the eighteenth century. These concerts are being made possible by a grant from the Westchester Community Foundation’s Rudyard and Emanuella Reimss Fund. The first concert will be held on Saturday, May 4th, at 3 pm, in the Recital Hall at the Conservatory, and the second concert will be held on Saturday, May 18th, at 3:30 pm at the Greenburgh Public Library. Both concerts will feature arias by Mozart from The Magic Flute and other operas, as well as songs by Mozart and Beethoven. In addition to faculty and private voice students of the Conservatory, the concerts will feature members of the Teen Vocal Ensemble and the Vocal Performance Workshop, directed by Thomas Jamerson. Both concerts will be accompanied by pianist Marianna Salzman. Faculty performers for the May 4th concert will include Dr. Celeste Jamerson and Mary Elizabeth Poore, sopranos, and Dr. Justin Stanley, teacher of clarinet and Assistant Dean of Students and Faculty at the Conservatory. Faculty performers for the May 18th concert will include Dr. Celeste Jamerson and Jeanai La Vita, sopranos.