Arts & Culture

Motlow offers free woodwind concert on Nov. 24

LOCAL NEWS | Live Music — Mendelssohn, Stang, and Arrieu … all are works originally composed for woodwind instruments … specifically a quintet. On Sunday, November 24 at 2 p.m., the Motlow State music department will sponsor the Belmont Woodwind Quintet for a concert at Powers Auditorium inside Eoff Hall on the Moore County campus.

The quintet is comprised of School of Music faculty members at Belmont University, including Carolyn Treybig, flute; Rebecca Van de Ven, oboe; Daniel Lochrie, clarinet; Dong-Yun Shankle, bassoon; and Tara Johnson, horn. All are current or past members of the Nashville Symphony.

“This concert will be an amazing opportunity for our students as well as our community to hear these musicians perform at a very high level,” said Dr. David Bethea, Motlow associate professor of music. “Along with extensive performing experience, each of these instrumentalists is a master on his or her instrument.”

For more information, contact Motlow State at 931-393-1700 or visit their website by clicking here. •

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