Three very musical Wilton High School graduates–Caitlin Witty, Ben Senneff and Will Comer–are offering an evening of heart and stories through music, performing a free Jazz and Musical Theatre concert, “A Night of Music.” The three musicians collaborated to create the one-hour show, which will be held on Thursday, Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. in the Brubeck room at Wilton Library.

The young talents say they are thrilled “to have this opportunity to collaborate and share ourselves though some of our favorite songs.”

Witty (WHS 2015) will be a junior at Webster University’s Conservatory for the Theatre Arts in the fall. Her favorite credits include:  Eve Ensler/Debby Allen’s “One Billion Rising” Anthem Break the Chain, (Principal Vocalist/Dancer); Les Miserables (Eponine); Romeo and Juliet (Lady Capulet); Slasher (Hildy); DreamGirls (St. Louis Black Rep). Witty is a 2016 National YoungArts Finalist. You can also catch her directing for the incredible WireMill Academy alongside Sara Pfisterer, Rick Hilsabeck and Mary Jo Duffy. “Let’s play and love my friends! Shoutout to my incredible, supportive, gorgeous family.”

Senneff (WHS 2017) will be entering his freshman year at Baldwin Wallace’s Conservatory of Music this fall. His favorite credits include:  Legally Blonde (Warner); Shrek (Farquaad); A Chorus Line (Richie); Romeo and Juliet (Romeo); Beauty and the Beast (Gaston); Pajama Game (Sid). With his own music editing company, Senneff is also an up and coming composer. Senneff is the 2017 WHS FAPA Award Recipient. “The biggest of  thank you to my friends and family for their love and support!”

Comer (WHS 2016)  is a undergraduate jazz piano performance major at Mason Gross School of the the Arts at Rutgers University. He has performed in a variety of settings as a cocktail hour pianist in restaurants in Fairfield County, a ballet accompanist, a classical accompanist, an improv comedy accompanist, a pop-punk rock band synth player, and a street musician. In addition to performing, Comer has also taught private piano lessons to students of all ages. In addition to playing the piano, he is also an enthusiastic accordionist and an active member of the American Accordionists’ Association. No matter what, he is always ready to try something new.