Music Department Faculty Present Recital

February 13th, 2004 by Adam

The Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance will present a faculty recital, Slavia: Musical Treasures of Russia and Eastern Europe , The recital will be at
7 p.m. on Sunday, February 29, at Silver Cultural Arts Center.

The recital includes works by famed 19th and 20th century composers including Piotr Illyitch Tchaikcowsky, Bela Bartok, Antonin Dvorak, Sergei Rachmoninoff, and Igor Stravinsky. Performing the recital are Eva Nagorka, adjunct faculty; Dan Perkins, professor of music; Carleen Graff, professor of music; Holly Outwin Tepe, adjunct faculty; Connie Cheesebrough; Janice Edwards, adjunct faculty; Kathleen Arecchi, professor of music; Mila Filatova, adjunct faculty; and Ryan Turner, adjunct faculty.

The recital is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Box Office at 535-ARTS.

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