Tabor musicians to show results of their studies in concert
MARION — Tabor Academy will host its Applied Music Recital, which will feature five student-musicians performing a variety of musical composers on Feb. 18.
The recital will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Lyndon South Auditorium of the Stroud Academic Center.
Students in the Winter Applied Music Program study their instruments with private music teachers at Tabor. The musicians dedicate their afternoons to practice both individually and as an ensemble.
The recital will feature seniors Kelly Chang on cello and Ayi Dolby on piano as well as junior violinists Xuanru Liu and Kyohei Tabata and junior cellist Violet Southwick.
They will be performing an eclectic mix of music ranging from Maria Theresia Paradis and Georg Eduard Goltermann to a blues piano piece by Martha Mier, with two movements from a violin concerto by Giovanni Battista Viotti as well.
The recital is free and open to the public.