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Furman music professors to present concert Jan. 17

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The Furman Faculty Chamber Music Series will present a concert Friday Jan. 17 at 8 p.m. in Daniel Recital Hall on campus.

“Something Old and Something New” is open to the public and is part of Furman’s Sound Quality Concert Series. Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students/youth.

Hosted by Furman music professor Laura Kennedy, the 90-minute concert features music performed by these Furman faculty members:

• Omar Carmenates, marimba

• Robert Chesebro, clarinet

• Anna Barbrey Joiner, viola

• Thomas Joiner, violin

• Grant Knox, tenor

• Christopher Hutton, violoncello

• Daniel Koppelman, piano

• Ruby Morgan, piano

• Ruth Neville, piano

• Matt Olson, tenor saxophone

• Dewitt Tipton, piano

• Steven Walter, guitar

• Petrea Warneck, oboe

Dr. Kennedy joined the Furman faculty in 2012. She is a musicologist specializing in 20th century music and Russian studies. Kennedy holds a bachelor’s degree in music from Wheaton and a Ph.D. in historical musicology from the University of Michigan.

For more information about the event, contact the Furman Music Office at 864-294-2086. Tickets may be ordered by calling the same number, or purchased online at this link.

 

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