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This semester’s session of personalized music lessons will come to a close with an afternoon of student recitals.

Students taking piano, flute, and trombone lessons with music department instructors will perform noon, May 4 in the Williams Center for the Arts.

History major Sean Gough ’09 (North Plainfield, N.J.), will kick off the three classical piano performances with Prokofiev’s “Sonata #3.” He will also play Gershwin’s “A Foggy Day” during a jazz piano performance later in the day.

Shin Hwang ’10 (Ann Arbor, Mich.) will follow with Chopin’s “Scherzo in Bb minor, op. 31.”

Economics & business and Spanish double major Lisa Lovallo ’07(Hebron, Conn.) completes the classical piano solos with Chopin’s “Nocturne, op. 9 no. 1.”

Marquis Scholar Laura Pritchard ’10 (Holmdel, N.J.) starts the flute solos with Faure’s “Fantaise.”

Marquis Scholar and music and language studies double major Allison Shapp ’08 (Plainview, N.Y.) will perform A. Perilhou’s “Ballade.”

Marquis Scholar Elina Stelman ’10 (Trumbull, Conn.) follows with Prokofiev’s “Sonata, op. 94, I. Allegro moderato and II. Scherzo.”

Finally, Jeff Burnor ’10 (Rockaway, N.J.) will play Saint-Saens’ “Cavatine” on the trombone.

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