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Manchester College offers free concert

of small ensembles on Friday, April 2

NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. – Manchester College will present a small ensemble concert on Friday, April 2, with music ranging from the classical to swing. Three ensembles of students, faculty and staff members and community residents will perform.

The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall of Otho Winger Memorial Hall on campus. Admission is free.

A duet of junior Amy L. Eager of Harlan, Ind., on the bassoon and sophomore Sarah A. Reed of Mishawaka, Ind., on the cello will perform music from the Baroque and Classical periods.

A trumpet trio of senior Andrew Kauffman of Nappanee, Ind.; North Manchester Community Band conductor Reggie Smith; and Assistant Professor R. Scott Tomlison will play traditional music as well as swing, including The Entertainer by Scott Joplin.

A clarinet quartet of Associate Professor Robert G. Jones; sophomore Jennifer E. Hann of Peru, Ind.; MC Registrar Lila D. Hammer; and Professor Mark W. Huntington will perform Mozart and other classical music.

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