Inside Iowa State
Feb. 20, 1998
Music department concerts set
Clarinet choir is Feb. 24
The ISU Clarinet Choir will give a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24, in the Music Hall Recital Hall. The eight- member choir will perform a Brahms choral prelude, an excerpt from Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, and music by Wagner, Schubert and John Philip Sousa.
Basically Baroque will continue presenting early music on instruments of the period with a concert at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 22, at the Music Building Recital Hall. The group began 25 years ago as the music faculty duo of Kevin Schilling, oboe, baroque oboe and bassoon; and Lynn Zeigler, organ and harpsichord.
For these concerts, the group includes flutist Rebecca Stuhr, Grinnell College; and cellist Mary Pshonik, an ISU graduate and member of the Des Moines Symphony and Phoenix Quartet. Baritone James Tener, Des Moines, also joins the group for the Feb. 22 perfor-mance.
Piano quartet plans March 1 concert
The Ames Piano Quartet, a resident chamber music ensemble at Iowa State, will present a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 1, in the Music Building Recital Hall. The program will include piano quartets by Johannes Brahms, William Walton and Vitezslav Novak. The group includes ISU music department faculty William David, piano; Mahlon Darlington, violin; and George Work, cello; and retired faculty member Laurence Burkhalter, viola.
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