Dr. Darleen Mitchell
UNK Department of Music and Performing Arts, 308.865.8632

Selected students at the University of Nebraska at Kearney will let their musical talents shine at the spring term Honors Concert on April 28 at 3 p.m. in the Fine Arts Recital Hall.

The concert will feature student vocalists, instrumentalists, and pianists who were specially chosen for the event.

J. Martin Garringer, Kearney senior, will be performing the organ in “Liasons” by UNK faculty member Darleen Mitchell. Ron Crocker, UNK department of music chair, will accompany Garringer by playing the tubular bells and Mitchell will play the windchimes in the selection.

The concert will also feature voice student Valerie Lee, Burwell senior, performing “Elfenlied” by Hugo Wolf. Sachiko Narisawa, Tokyo junior, is a voice student who will perform two solos from “Neun Deutsche Arien” by George Frederic Handel. Kumiko Morishita, Okayama Japan sophomore, will be playing the violin for this selection.

Woodwind player Michael Schlake, Red Cloud graduate student, will perform “Aeterna” by John Anthony Lennon. Kathrine Ross, Bancroft senior, will play the clarinet in Mozart’s “Concerto for Clarinet, K. 622”. Vocal student Sarah Ponder, Columbus junior, will perform “Stille Liebe” by Robert Schumann. Angela Leising, Arapaho sophomore, will perform Sonata No. 11 in a B-flat Major Op. 22 by Ludwig van Beethoven and Kylee Lammers, Wood River junior, will perform “Sonata for Baritone Saxophone and Piano” by Garland Anderson.

The concert is free and open to the public.