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 2017 winner Guangzhao Huang performs in King Concert Hall

Fredonia Concerto Competition finals on April 28

Eight students who advanced beyond the preliminary rounds of the annual Concerto Competition will each perform on Sunday, April 28, at 1 p.m. in King Concert Hall.

A jazz combo comprised of (from left): Maze Drum (piano), Jared Reinard (bass), TyeRyan Burke (trumpet/flugelhorn) and Nigel Usiak (drums), shown performing at an earlier Student Composer Concert, will return to the stage in the first part of this year’s Student Composer Concert series.

Student Composer Concert series expands to two events

So large and extensive is the sixth edition of this year’s Student Composer Concert series, presented by Ethos New Music Society and the Fredonia Music Composition Studio in Juliet J. Rosch Recital Hall, that it will be performed in two parts.

Seraph Brass, an all-female quintet that tours around the world and performs with esteemed ensembles, will hold a mini residency on Feb. 8 that culminates with a free performance in Rosch Recital Hall.

Seraph Brass ensemble to give mini residency, recital

School of Music trombone lecturer and Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra Principal Trombonist Jonathan Lombardo will welcome the brass ensemble Seraph Brass for a mini residency that includes a recital Thursday, Feb. 8.

School of Music faculty to perform

Music faculty to perform German Lieder

School of Music voice and piano faculty and staff will present a recital of German Lieder – songs by Johannes Brahms, Richard Strauss and Hugo Wolf with piano accompaniment – in Rosch Recital Hall on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 8 p.m.

photo of Reed Library under renovation

Library windows, Houghton renovation top summer construction activity at Fredonia

The major undertaking to replace windows and restore deteriorating board-formed exterior concrete walls in Reed Library is the most visible project in another busy summer construction season at Fredonia. Construction activity totaling almost $33.5 million is underway in five buildings.