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April Clayton to present faculty flute recital Nov. 5

April Clayton, faculty member at Brigham Young University’s School of Music, will be performing a flute recital Friday, Nov. 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the Madsen Recital Hall. Admission is free.

Clayton will be performing works by J.S. Bach, Darius Milhaud, Philip Lasser, Annika Socolofsky, Lili Boulanger and Bohuslav Martinu. She will be accompanied by Lawrence Gee on the piano and Jessica Patchett on the flute.

Clayton has been recognized as one of the leading flutists of her generation by Flute Talk magazine and maintains a career as a teacher, soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player. She is a member of the Orpheus Winds Quintet and was named principal flute with the Utah Chamber Artists.  

Clayton has performed across the globe in France, Brazil, New York’s Carnegie Hall, London and Moscow. She has also won awards in many national and international competitions, including the Artists' International Competition.

For more information, contact April Clayton at (801) 422-1177 or e-mail april_clayton@byu.edu.

Writer: Brandon Garrett

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