[caption id="attachment_36668" align="alignleft" width="286"]<img class=" wp-image-36668" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2019\/04\/Jeremiah-Smallridge-Tenor.jpg" alt="" width="286" height="286" \/> Jeremiah Smallridge[\/caption]\r\n<h1>Guest soloists Meghan Lambert, soprano, and Jeremiah Smallridge, tenor, will join the Greenbrier Valley Chorale in toasting the music of the theater during upcoming concerts in Lewisburg and Clifton Forge.<\/h1>\r\nLambert and Smallridge will perform the popular Brindisi (drinking song) from Verdi\u2019s La Traviata and selections from Die Fledermaus (The Bat), an operetta by Johann Strauss II. Smallridge also will perform Oh What a Beautiful Morning from the classic Rogers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma.\r\n\r\n[caption id="attachment_36669" align="alignright" width="262"]<img class=" wp-image-36669" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2019\/04\/Meghan-Lambert-Soprano.jpg" alt="" width="262" height="394" \/> Meghan Lambert[\/caption]\r\n\r\nMeghan Lambert transcends musical genres by specializing in classical, jazz, and commercial music styles. Last season, she was selected to sing the role of Maria in West Side Story with the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra for their celebration of the composer Leonard Bernstein\u2019s 100th anniversary. In December 2018, she sang the title role of the Mother in Liberty University\u2019s production of Amahl and the Night Visitors.\r\n\r\nA Lynchburg resident, Lambert has been a featured soloist in the concert productions of Vivaldi\u2019s Gloria, Mozart\u2019s Grand Mass in C Minor, and Handel\u2019s Messiah. She holds an undergraduate degree in vocal performance from Liberty University and is currently studying for her master\u2019s in music education.\r\n\r\nJeremiah Smallridge holds two bachelor degrees in music, one in music education from Glenville State College and the other in vocal performance from West Virginia Wesleyan College. He received a master\u2019s in music education at the Shenandoah Conservatory of Shenandoah University. He has taught as an adjunct professor of music education at Glenville State College and West Virginia Wesleyan College. He is co-music director at Glenville Presbyterian Church and is an active performer in central West Virginia, working primarily with local schools, churches, Buckhannon Community Theatre, Vintage Theatre Company and the Buckhannon Choral Society.\r\n\r\nThe concert will also include the chorale singing selections from Verdi\u2019s Nabucco, Gilbert and Sullivan\u2019s The Pirates of Penzance, and the Broadway musicals Oklahoma! and Phantom of the Opera. The chorale is directed by Barbara Wygal Lutz with piano accompaniment by Teresa Bryant.\r\n\r\nPerformances will be Sunday, May 5, at 3 p.m. at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, and Tuesday, May 7, at 7:30 p.m. at the Historic Masonic Theater in Clifton Forge, VA. Tickets for the Carnegie Hall performance can be purchased online at www.carnegiehallwv.org, or by calling 304-645-7917. Tickets to Clifton Forge concert may be purchased online at www.historicmasonictheatre.com, or by calling 540-862-5655.\r\n\r\nThe chorale\u2019s season sponsors are Greenbrier Physicians Clinic, Nancy Bulla and Dr. James Nemitz. Spring concert sponsors are David and Barbara Elliot and Carrington, Taylor, Nathaniel and Scout Bryant. The chorale also receives funding from the Greenbrier County Commission Arts and Recreation Fund and from individual and corporate donors.