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Members of the faculty of music at Lafayette College will present an evening of chamber music and jazz at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 16, at the Williams Center for the Arts.

The event is free and open to the public. A reception will follow the performance.

The musicians will include J. Larry Stockton, professor of music and head of the music department; Susan Charlton, director of wind chamber ensembles and instructor of flute; and Marka Young, director of string ensembles and the orchestra, and the following instructors: Alexis Firstenberg Fisher (instructor of piano); Frank Flandorffer (guitar), Betty Tang (cello); Cliff Tracy (saxophone and clarinet), and Skip Wilkins (jazz piano).

The program will include the following:

  • London Trio
    by Joseph Haydn, with Charlton on flute, Young on violin, and Tang on cello
  • Cantabile
    by Niccolò Paganini – Young (violin) and Flandorffer (guitar)
  • Sonata in A Major
    by Johannes Brahms – Young (violin) and Fisher (piano)
  • Sonatine
    by Pierre Sancan– Charlton (flute) and Fisher (piano)
  • Andante and Rondo
    by Franz Doppler – Charlton (flute), Tracy (flute), and Fisher (piano).
  • Jazz selections – Tracy (alto saxophone), Flandorffer (guitar), Wilkins (piano), and Stockton (vibraphone)
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