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University Orchestra performs with Concerto Contest winners

APSU presents a University Orchestra concert featuring winners of the University Concerto Contest at 4 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 27, in APSUs music/mass communication concert hall.

Directed by Tanya Simons, assistant professor of music, each contest winner will perform a piece with the orchestra.
APSU presents a University Orchestra concert featuring winners of the University Concerto Contest at 4 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 27, in APSU's music/mass communication concert hall.

Directed by Tanya Simons, assistant professor of music, each contest winner will perform a piece with the orchestra.

The concert will open with a performance of Doppler's “Hungarian Fantasy for Flute,” featuring flutist Angela Collier. Ben Troxler then will perform Mozart's “Vedro Metr'io Sospiro” from “The Marriage of Figaro.” Soprano Debra Lee Reardon will perform Mozart's “Smanie Implacabili” from “Cosi fan Tutti.”

The performance will close with the orchestra's performance of Dvorak's “Symphony No. 8.”

Open to all APSU music majors, the University Concerto Contest is held annually. Collier, Troxler and Reardon were the winners of the 2004 contest, competing against 12 other APSU music majors.

The concert is free and open to the public. For further information, telephone (931) 221-7818.
—Terry Stringer