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KU's School of Music welcomes visiting artist Paul Hunt

Monday, February 8, 2010

The KU School of Music is excited to bring to campus visiting artist Paul Hunt, trombone. Hunt will perform on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010, in Swarthout Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m.. This is free and open to the public. Hunt is on the music faculty at K-State and will perform with a handful of musicians, including Kurt Gartner, percussion; Tod Kerstetter, clarinet; Nora Lewis, oboe; Gordon Lewis, bass; Susan Maxwell, bassoon; Melissa Woodworth, clarinet. Gartner, Kerstetter, Nora Lewis and Gordon Lewis and Susan Maxwell are all K-State faculty, as well. Works by Walter S. Hartley, Eugene Bozza, and Thelonious Monk will be performed, as well as a composition by Dr. Hunt himself.

 



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