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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.


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