ISSUED: 19 November 2021
MEDIA CONTACT: Dana Costa
SHEPHERDSTOWN, WV — The Shepherd University School of Music will present a concert featuring the school’s small ensembles and young composers as they present their vision of tomorrow’s music on Monday, November 29, at 7:30 p.m. in the Frank Arts Center W. H. Shipley Recital Hall. The performance is free and open to the public.
The program will include performances by Emily McMoran, Charles Town, West Virginia; Isaac Vila, Jerel Parker, and Logan Jackson, all of Kearneysville, West Virginia; Molly Davis, Gerrardstown, West Virginia; John Miner, Boonsboro, Maryland; Savannah Hodges, Leonardtown, Maryland; Caroline Hosmer, Crownsville, Maryland; Joseph Rupert, Haymarket, Virginia; and Natalie McGeachy, Winchester, Virginia.
Student composers include Emily McMoran with “Controlled Chaos” Miniatures for Flute Trio; Javier Flores, Jr., Frederick, Maryland, with “Confusion and Frustration”; and “Day Moon” by Joshua Shupe, Charles Town, West Virginia.
The current policy for attendance of live events in the Frank Arts Center calls for attendees to sit only in designated rows and leave at least two empty seats between unrelated groups of audience members.
For more information about upcoming events call 304-876-5555 or visit the Calendar of Concerts and Events webpage.
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