Posted 8 months ago
By John Axtell
The performers include department chair Dr. Una Taylor, the only vocalist in the recital, who will sing three German song by Brahms, and the husband-wife team of Lauren and Dr. Michael Stephens with a Pierre Max Dubois saxophone-flute trio.
Another married couple, Dr Sid Shuler and his wife Pam, will will also play, but separately. Pam Shuler will perform Weber’s Concertino on clarinet while her trumpeter husband offers a movement of a Hummel concerto.
Rounding out the recital with solos will be guitarist Charles Carey, Dr. Sandy Schaefer on the marimba, and pianist Dr. Jim Margetts, who will play Ginastera’s “Ruvido ed obstinato.”
The Chadron State College music faculty will perform a recital Feb. 23 at 3 p.m. in the Chicoine Atrium of the Sandoz Center. The event is free and open to the public.
Department chair Dr. Una Taylor will sing three Brahms’ lieder and Dr. Jim Margetts will perform “Ruvido ed obstinato” by Ginastera. Charles Carey will perform on the guitar and Dr. Sandy Schaefer will play a selection on the marimba.
Dr. Sid Shuler will present a movement of a Hummel concerto on trumpet, and Pam Shuler plans to play Weber’s Concertino on clarinet. Dr. Michael Stephens and Lauren Stephens will play a Pierre Max Dubois saxophone-flute trio.
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