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Student Musicians Present Jan. 27 Recital at Appalachian

BOONE-Student musicians at Appalachian State University who have received the A.J. Fletcher Young Artist, Hayes Young Artist and White Wind scholarships will present a free recital on Thursday, Jan. 27, at 8 p.m. in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall.

For more information, call the Hayes School of Music at (828) 262-3020.

Flutist Sarah Bost, a White Wind Scholar, will perform Phillippe Gauber’s “Madrigal” accompanied by pianist Amanda Sherrod.

Three movements from Giuseppe Tartini’s “Concerto in D” will be performed by trumpeter Caitlin Nicholas, also a White Wind Scholar. Joseph Causby will accompany her on piano.

The first movement of Hindemith’s “Sonata for Oboe” will be performed by Hayes Young Artist Scholar Lauren Whisnant, accompanied by pianist Melony Maness.

Trombonist Darren Workman performs “Six Studies in English Folk Song” by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Workman is a Hayes Young Artist Scholar. Pianist Amanda Sherrod provides the accompaniment.

Hayes Young Artist Scholar Josh Helms will perform the andante movement from Mendelssohn’s “Concerto for Violin in e minor, op. 64.” He will be accompanied by pianist Bair Shagdaron.

Horn player Ashley D. Quinn will perform Alex Wilder’s “Sonata No. 3.” Quinn is a White Wind Scholar. The accompaniment will be by pianist Bair Shagdaron.

Organist Joseph Causby, a Fletcher Young Artist Scholar, performs selections from William Bolcom’s “Gospel Preludes, Book 4.”