College of Fine Arts to Offer Two Unique Concert Experiences

During the next two weeks, Hardin-Simmons University’s College of Fine Arts will offer audiences two unique concerts in two very different styles.

 

During the next two weeks, Hardin-Simmons University's College of Fine Arts will offer audiences two unique concerts in two very different styles.   

The first concert, "Children of the Holocaust, Memories of Hope," will take place on Friday, September 19 th  at 7:30 p.m. in the Woodward-Dellis recital hall.  This concert will feature the Sorores Duo, Dr. Amy Rosine and Dr. Sandra Mostellar. Accompanying them will be Dr. Elizabeth Wallace on piano.  The group has been performing together for over ten years, and their programs focus on contemporary music for the soprano and clarinet. Audience members experience musical selections as well as a brief lecture incorporated into the recital.  A reception will follow on the third floor of Caldwell Hall.   

"Improvisation Extravaganza" is the second of the two unique concerts, and will take place on Tuesday, September 23 rd at 7:30 in the Woodward-Dellis recital hall. This presentation of recognizable jazz tunes is designed to soothe the soul in a relaxed evening of jazz featuring the vocal and instrumental jazz stylings of several HSU faculty members accompanied by the university's two Steinway pianos, bass, and drums.  In addition faculty members' improvised vocal solos, audience members will also be asked to participate in the concert through interactive online voting.  

Both concerts are free and open to the public. For more information on either of these unique musical offerings, contact HSU's College of Fine Arts at 325-670-1424. 

 

 

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