The Barton Music Department will host the Mid-America Woodwind Quintet. This outstanding quintet is composed of a flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon and French horn. The Mid-America is currently on tour and will be performing standard woodwind quintet literature for your listening pleasure. Members of the group are faculty members of Emporia State University and include: Dr. Kate Bergman, Instructor of Flute; Dr. William Clamurro, oboe and Professor Emeritus of Spanish; Dr. Dawn McConkie, Assistant Professor of Clarinet and Saxophone; Dr. Allan Comstock, Professor of Double Reeds and Coordinator of Music History; Terrisa Ziek, BSME and MM professor of French Horn. The group members vast experience in professional playing is documented through participation in various symphonies and ensembles throughout the United State. Their program includes pieces by Reicha, Diemer, Persichetti. Also featured is a woodwind quintet composition by Wichita State University composition teacher, Katherine Murdock, entitled: “Postcards from the Center” which are four musical interpretations of Kansas postcards. This recital is free and open to the public. Please come and enjoy an intimate evening of outstanding music.
Sunday, April 15
Dorothy Moses Morrison Chapel, Fine Arts Building (Barton County Campus)