WOODWIND CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT SET FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 30, AT ECU

East Central University’s Boswell Chapel will be the site as the ECU Student Woodwind Chamber Music Concert will take place at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 30.

The concert is free and open to the public.

The program will feature a woodwind duo, coached by Alexandra Aguirre, with Chance VanSandt, of Claremore on the flute and Sarah Sanford, of Ada via Byng High School, on the clarinet. A woodwind quintet, also coached by Aguirre, will feature Flora Knight, of Wynnewood, on the flute; Anna Parker on the flute; Shiloh Earsom, of Jennings, on the bassoon; Kadin Keenom on the horn and Krysta Brown, of Prague, on the clarinet.

A saxophone quartet, coached by Nathaniel Berman, will include Dillyn Stephens, of Norman; Anthony Smith, Oklahoma City; Shelby Hubbard, Chelsea and Abigail Hardage, Washington, Oklahoma. Another woodwind duo, coached by Berman, will feature Knight on the saxophone and Kelly Gage, of Antlers, on the bass clarinet.

A clarinet quartet, coached by Berman, consists of Kayle Humphreys, of Beggs; Jasmine Johnson, of Oklahoma City via Southmoore High School; Autumn Morris; Nolan Pullen, of Davis and Katelyn Rogers, of Checotah.

Finally, a clarinet quartet also coached by Berman, will include Krysta Brown, of Prague; Quentin Palmer, Ada; Colton Groover and Sanford.

-ECU-

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