November 26, 2003
Purdue musicians to perform chamber music
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdues top classical musicians will offer an evening of chamber music Thursday, Dec. 4 in Fowler Hall of the Purdue Stewart Center.
The recital, sponsored by Purdue University Bands, begins at 7 p.m. Admission is free.
The Fiori String Quartet will open the evening with Mendelssohns "String Quartet No. 2 in A Major." Works by Haydn, Brahms and Khachaturian also are on the program.
Internationally-known flutist Pamina Blum, who coaches the Purdue students, will perform with cellist Ben Niehoff, a senior in electrical and computer engineering from Indianapolis, and pianist John Fisher, a graduate student in agriculture from Lafayette, Ind., in Leclairs "Triosonata No. 8 in F Major."
Several works feature violin-piano duos include Franks "Violin Sonata in A Major" and Brahms "Violin Sonata in G Major."
For more information call (765) 496-6785 or visit the Bands web site at http://www.purdue.eud/BANDS.
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