UW-Green Bay Music will present the second in its series of recently revived Lunchtime Music Convocations from 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Friday (Dec. 5) at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall. The program will begin with Kelsie Holtzheimer’s “Changing Perspectives,” performed by students Rebekah Erdman (clarinet) and Rissel Peguero (piano). Next is Mozart’s “Konzert Nr. 3 Es dur: für Horn und Orchester,” performed by Michaela Moore (French horn) and Grant Colburn (piano), followed by Doug Hill’s “Jazz Set for Solo Horn,” performed by Brandt Bailey (French horn). The recital will conclude with “Sonata” by Erland von Koch, performed by Kelton Jennings (alto saxophone) and Emily Sculliuffo (piano); and “Stars in a Velvety Sky” by Herbert L. Clarke, performed by Ryan Loining (trumpet). All are welcome for this free convocation recital. Bring your lunch, come as you can and leave as you must.
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9 Jan, 2020