Join the Tabor Community at the Applied Music Recital on Monday, February 18at 6:30 pm in the Lyndon South Auditorium of the Stroud Academic Center, 242 Front Street, Marion. The recital is free and open to the public.
Students involved in the Winter Applied Music Program have been studying their instruments with private music teachers at Tabor. In all, there are 13 private music instructors who come to campus to teach weekly lessons on voice and a variety of instruments. The students in the Winter Applied Music Program dedicate their afternoons to work both individually and in small groups to increase their proficiency and improve their ensemble skills.
The recital will feature seniors Kelly Chang (cello) and Ayi Dolby (piano) as well as junior violinists Xuanru Liu and Kyohei Tabata and junior cellist Violet Southwick. They will be performing an eclectic mix of music ranging from Maria Theresia Paradis and Georg Eduard Goltermann to a blues piano piece by Martha Mier, with two movements from a violin concerto by Giovanni Battista Viotti as well.
Please come and share in the fun and excitement of this live musical performance.