WCU music faculty to give double reeds, strings recital Feb. 12
CULLOWHEE – Performers from the Asheville Symphony Orchestra will join two Western Carolina University faculty members for a concert of music for double reeds and strings at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12.
The recital, part of the WCU School of Music’s artist-in residency program with the Asheville Symphony, will be held in the recital hall of the Coulter Building at WCU. It is open to the public free of charge.
The program will consist of Quartet for Oboe and Strings by Franz Krommer; Quartet for Bassoon and Strings by Bernard Garfield; Quintet for Oboe, Bassoon and Strings by Luigi Boccherini; “Epodi e Giambi” for Oboe, Bassoon, Violin and Viola by Gian Francesco Malipiero; and Quintet for Oboe, Bassoon and Strings by Henry Hargrave.
The recital will feature WCU faculty members Terri Armfield on oboe and Will Peebles on bassoon. They will be joined by Asheville Symphony performers Amy Lovinger, violin; Kara Poorbaugh, viola; and Franklin Keel, cello.
The recital is made possible in part by the Artist-in-Residence Program, which supports performances of WCU faculty and students with stringed instrument musicians from the Asheville Symphony.
Visit the School of Music at music.wcu.edu or call 227-7242.