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Flutes of fancy perform Nov. 24

November 18, 2003


The flute choirs of Austin Peay and the APSU Community School of the Arts will perform a joint concert at 7:30 p.m. in the music/mass communication concert hall.

Directed by APSU Professor of Flute Lisa Vanarsdel, the APSU Flute Choir will perform a variety of pieces, including Catherine McMichaels Legend from the Greenwood, Hubert Parrys Lady Radnors Suite and Antonio Vivaldis Concerto in E Minor.
November 18, 2003


The flute choirs of Austin Peay and the APSU Community School of the Arts will perform a joint concert at 7:30 p.m. in the music/mass communication concert hall.

Directed by APSU Professor of Flute Lisa Vanarsdel, the APSU Flute Choir will perform a variety of pieces, including Catherine McMichael's “Legend from the Greenwood,” Hubert Parry's “Lady Radnor's Suite” and Antonio Vivaldi's “Concerto in E Minor.”

The APSU Community School of the Arts Flute Choir, directed by JoAnn McIntosh, adjunct music professor, also will perform an array of compositions, including “From Across the Sea” by Thoma Simaku and “The King's Pipes” by Donald Matthews. The choir consists of high school flutists from Montgomery County, Fort Campbell and the surrounding areas.

The choirs will join to perform such seasonal works as “The Chinese Dance” from Tchaikovsky's “The Nutcracker Suite” and “Greensleeves.”

The concert is free and open to the public. For further information, telephone 7818.
—Terry Stringer