Flute Ensemble, Woodwind Quartet to Perform
November 12, 2013
ALLIANCE, Ohio – The University of Mount Union’s flute ensemble, woodwind quartet and bassoon trio will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 19 in Presser Recital Hall.
A variety of pieces will be performed, including selectiosn “Song for Susan” by Mike Garson; “The Gigue Fugue” by Johann Sebastian Bach with arrangement by Carol Warner; “Das Vogel (The Bird)” by Franz Josef Haydn,with arrangement by Joseph Pappas and “Colonel Bogey March” by Kenneth Alford with arrangement by Amy Rice-Young.
Flute choir members are sophomore music education major Allison Bates of Minerva, OH; sophomore early childhood education ad music major Rachel Beach of Bolivar, OH; senior psychology major Cayley Briggs of Canton, OH; junior music education major Kacey Cooper of Deerfield, OH; freshman Julia Fide of Lorain, OH; junior international business and economics and Japanese major Shelby Pollock of Mentor, OH; senior music education major Heather Rice of Madison, OH and junior music education major Brianna Searing of Fort Wayne, IN.
The bassoon trio includes senior music education major Ian Bell of New Franklin, OH; senior music major Cresslyn DiRosa of Burton, OH and freshman Brynne Cross of Dellroy, OH.
The P.M. Quartet is made up of Heather Rice on flute; freshman Christopher Jones of Solon, OH on oboe; freshman Rebecca Palmer of Orrville, OH on clarinet and Brynne Cross on bassoon. The A.M. Quartet includes Brianna Searing on the flute, Betty Schultz on oboe, senior mathematics major Laryssa Byndas of Brooklyn, OH on the clarinet and Ian Bell on the bassoon.
The performance is free and open to the public. There will be a brief intermission. Due to ongoing construction at the site of the new Performing Arts Complex, no on-site parking is available behind the building. Alternate parking is available on Simpson and Vincent Streets and in the Eells Art Center parking lot, as well as in other campus parking lots. For more information, contact Mount Union’s Department of Music at (330) 823-3206.