SRU’s Honors Flute Ensemble takes stage Feb. 23-24
Cuban-born flutist Ernesto Fernandez, an adjunct professor of music at Miami-Dade College in Florida, will serve as a guest artist at SRU’s Honors Flute Ensemble Feb. 23-24.
Feb. 8, 2019
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - A group of 13 Slippery Rock University flute students will take the stage with 30 area high school students Feb. 23-24 for the 2019 Honors Flute Ensemble. The event will conclude with a group concert at 7 p.m., Feb. 24 in Swope Music Hall.
SRU student flutists participating include:
• Rebecca DeGraaf, a junior music therapy major from Cranberry Township.
• Caroline Brown, a senior music education major from Monroeville.
• Lauren Denny, a senior early childhood/special education major from Butler.
• Kellie DeLorenzo, a junior music education major from Wampum.
• Sydney Eastman, a senior education major from Centerville.
• Kalista Heidkamp, a junior music education major from Pittsburgh.
• Nikki Kammer, a junior music performance major from Freedom.
• Samantha Kochis, a junior music education major from Cranberry Township.
• Rachael Kovaly, a sophomore music therapy major from Gibsonia.
• Nicole Laborie, a freshman early childhood education major from Butler.
• Jordan Lilly, a sophomore music education major from Sterling, Virginia.
• Frances Orteza, a junior music education major from Sharon.
• Grace Smith, a freshman music therapy major from Valencia.
Joining the students will be guest artists Greg Lutz, a Pittsburgh-based composer and instructor of music in the Kiski Area School District, and Cuban-born flutist Ernesto Fernandez, an adjunct professor of music at Miami-Dade College in Florida.
Tickets for the Feb. 24 concert are $5 for adults and $3 for students and will be available at the door.
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