By: Paula Meyer, ISU Communications and Marketing Staff
January 10, 2014
Indiana State University's School of Music will present 13 of its finest individual performers at a concert Jan. 26 at 2 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the Landini Center for Performing and Fine Arts. The students earned the right to perform in the President's Concert through their performances at fall 2013 juries.
Students scheduled to perform are James Storey, a junior music business major from Logansport; Trenton Major, a freshman vocal performance major from Martinsville; Nathan Canfield, a sophomore music performance major from Sullivan; Francis Harding, a freshman music education major from Indianapolis; Kelsey Hamilton, a senior music education major from Terre Haute; Andrew Hostetler, a senior music liberal arts major from Valparaiso; Patommavat Thammachard , a graduate student in music performance from Thailand; Jacob Rowe, a senior music performance major from Lowell; Alanna Mossell, a junior music education major from Portage; Nikolaos Pine, a sophomore music performance major from Terre Haute; and Katelin McDonald, a sophomore music education major from Scottsburg. Mackenzie Tank, a sophomore music business major from Woodstock, Ga., was also selected to perform but will be attending the international NAMM trade show in Anaheim, Calif. with a group of music business students.
The student performers represent all divisions within the School of Music, including piano, strings, wind/percussion and voice. The music performed will include works by Bach, Rachmaninoff, Larsson, Schumann, Hupfeld, Ibert, Smadbeck, Pujol, and Rodrigo.
This concert is free, but reservations are required due to limited seating. Those interested in attending should contact Jill Davis at 812-237-2771 or email Jill.Davis@indstate.edu to RSVP.
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Indiana State University's School of Music will present 13 of its finest individual performers at a concert Jan. 26 at 2 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the Landini Center for Performing and Fine Arts.