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Save the date for the President's Honors Concert March 29

03.07.2019 | By: Janna McKinley
The 2015 President's Honors Concert is March 27 in Martin Hall.

Texas Wesleyan's highest-achieving music students will share their vocal and instrumental talents during the 23rd annual President’s Honors Concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 29, in Martin Hall.

"To perform in the President’s Honors Concert is one of the highest honors our music students can achieve," Dr. Jerome Bierschenk, music department chair, said.

The following vocal and instrumental students, who will be accompanied by collaborative pianist and coach Keith Critcher, will be performing in this year’s concert:

  • Britany Clark & Jamie Ford, flute & oboe
  • Dexter Collins, classical guitar
  • Christopher Culross, flute
  • Tyler Gager, trumpet
  • Ronald Gray, piano
  • Chanel Hurd, mezzo-soprano
  • Alan Michael Setford, baritone
  • Alisha Sharp, mezzo-soprano
  • Tyler Simpson, percussion
  • Alicia Smith, piano
  • Trinity Stewart, soprano
  • José Vega, cello
  • Jasmin White, clarinet

Hosts

The event is hosted by President Frederick G. Slabach and Melany Neilson, along with co-host Patricia Wooley. The Master of Ceremonies for the evening is Karen Burchfield.

The President's Honors Concert, established in 1996, is now in its 23rd year. The event migrated from its original venue in the Texas Boys Choir building to the Scott Theatre in the old Modern Art Museum, and finally to its current home in Martin Hall, where it has been since 2003.

Admission

Admission is free and open to the public. Seating is on a first-come basis. There is a reception to follow at Lou’s Place.

For more information about Wesleyan Musicvisit our webpage.

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