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Woodwind Chamber Music Performed March 3

BOONE—Students in Appalachian State University’s School of Music will perform woodwind music from the 19th and 20th centuries during a free concert March 3.

The program begins at 8 p.m. in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall.

Maurice Ravel’s popular “Pavane pour une Enfante Défunte” will be performed by a wind ensemble called “Rivers Street Winds.” Ensemble members are Mary Collins Hardy, flute; John Sprouse, oboe; Telaina Odom, clarinet; Kevin Burke, horn; and Todd Shahan, bassoon.

“Divertimento” by

Jean Berger features Crystal Clark, Chris Conner and Swati Dadheech on flute.

Hardy, Rachel Moore, Alyssa Torres team on Jean-Louis Tulou’s “Flute Trio.” “Divertimento, Op. 61, No. 5″ by Alan Hovhaness highlights the talents of Tesh Ramey, Lisa Kwong and, Aaron Lafreniere on clarinet and Erin McRary on bass clarinet.

The Georg Philipp Telemann composition “Quartet in C” will be performed by “Blazing Bassoons” members Melissa Browne, Stephanie Lipka, Shahan and Mary Trexler

Two movements from “Trio, Op. 88″ by Carl Reinecke showcases Thomas W. Panepinto on horn, Stephanie Carlile on oboe and music faculty member Linda Jackson on piano.

“Rivers Street Winds” returns to perform “Quintet in E-flat, Op. 88 No. 2″ by Anton Reicha.