Cedarville University Music Students Offer Chamber Concert

by Public Relations Office

Cedarville, Ohio—Five Cedarville University instrumental ensembles will offer a chamber music concert on Friday, Nov. 22 at 4:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the Dixon Ministry Center on the Cedarville University campus. Two string quartets, a brass quintet, a trombone quartet, and a mixed ensemble will perform. The strings will play music by Barber and Handel, the trombones will perform works by Bach, and the brass quintet will play a piece by Canadian composer Morley Calvert. Violinists are Jamie Boyd (junior multi-age music education major from Belleville, Ill.), Katie Roy (junior music performance major from Ottawa, Ill.), Michelle Sikora (freshman music major from Kent City, Mich.), and Rachel Talbott (freshman music performance major from Paradise, Pa.). Violists are Whitney Johnson (senior world missions and comprehensive Bible major from Valparaiso, Ind.) and Brock Paine (sophomore technical and professional communication major from Baldwin City, Kan.). Cellists are Paul Compton (sophomore music major from Winona, Minn.) and Randall Plate (freshman electrical engineering major from Wading River, N.Y.). Trumpeters are Derek McKinney (senior multi-age music education major from Roanoke, Va.) and David Rench (senior mechanical engineering major from Flushing, Mich.). French hornist is Elizabeth Gowdy (senior multi-age music education major from Portsmouth, Ohio). Tubist is Michael DiCuirci Jr. (junior music performance major from Cedarville, Ohio). Trombonists are Aaron Carpenter (freshman multi-age music education major from Jamestown, Ohio), Kyle McCarrell (senior music performance and multi-age music education major from Quarryville, Pa.), Christine Newhard (senior multi-age music education and music theory major from Sidney, Ohio), Tim Rosie (freshman multi-age music education major from Somers Point, N.J.), and Ryan Rotman (freshman church music ministries and multi-age music education major from Findlay, Ohio). Admission is free and the public is invited. For more information, call 937-766-7728. -30-