Tom Bryant, piano; Jane Schranze, viola; Andy Yu, violin; Iren Zombor, cello
Performances by Rhodes Singers, Women’s Chorus, Rhodes Orchestra and Wind Ensemble, and Rhodes Jazz Band
Sabrina Hu, flute
Sabrina Hu, flute; Cathal Breslin, piano; and Gerald Peregrine, cello
BealeCanto, a men’s chorus ensemble
William Skoog, artistic director
Featuring the Rhodes Jazz Band, directed by Dr. John Bass
A free swing dance lesson will be given before the show by Red Hot Lindy Hop!
The lesson starts at 7:00 and the music begins at 7:30
Rhodes College Orchestra and Wind Ensemble concert tonight at 7:30pm in Hardie Auditorium. Presenting the music of Borodin, Griffes, and Debussy and conducted by faculty member Dr. Leah McGray. Also featuring the 2016 Cauthen Competition winner, flautist Lollie Newsome. Can’t wait to see you there!
Free and open to the public.
Rhodes Singers, Rhodes Women’s Chorus, and local bluegrass musicians
Timothy Sharp, guest conductor
St. George’s Episcopal Church (2425 S. Germantown
Sponsored by Rhodes College, St. George's Friends of Music, and Herb and the Rev. Dorothy Wells
Come to Tuthill in Hassell Hall on Friday at 4pm to see
“Songs in the Afternoon: Songs and Spirituals by Schubert, Strauss, Liszt, Hundley, and Perry”
Featuring Guest Artists Carol Chapman and Richard Todd Payne, with Rhodes Music Department Faculty Carole Blankenship and Tom Bryant.
There will be a reception to follow.
Bob Sunda is a rare combination of international recording artist, performing musician and motivated mentor. He trained at the prestigious Interlochen Arts Academy, where he displayed a prodigious aptitude as a bassist and pianist. A move to New York gave him time to study and play with masters of the Jazz form. Touring in the Pacific Rim and starring with his own band gave Sunda a commercial/corporate edge. Recognized as an All-Star, he returned to New Orleans to perform and teach, then relocated to Memphis after Katrina.