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Free BYU Flute Choir performance March 23 at Parkway Center

Brigham Young University’s Flute Choir will perform in a free concert Wednesday, March 23, at 7:30 p.m. at the University Parkway Center, located on the northeast corner of University Parkway and University Avenue.

The choir will perform “Sorcerer's Apprentice” by Paul Dukas; Hungarian Dance, No. 5, by Johannes Brahms; “Air” from the Suite in D by J.S. Bach; “Monochrome V” by Peter Schickele; and “Adventures in Space” by Ricky Lombardo.

The Flute Choir is for non-music majors at BYU and is formed every year as part of the School of Music’s student musician ensembles.

For more information about the performance, contact Rachel Reece, student director of the choir, at (801) 361-0327 or rwflute@yahoo.com.

Writer: Philip Volmar

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