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Musicians perform in honor recital

A fall honor recital featured 11 musicians on Nov. 10 at Concordia. The performance, held in the Music Center’s Recital Hall, highlighted a variety of musical styles, instruments and voice parts.

Honor musicians:

Karen Burgess, sophomore, Lee’s Summit, Mo., mezzo soprano, “Che faro senza Euridice” from Orfeo ed Euridice by Christoph Willibald von Gluck

James Clausen, junior, Hull, Iowa, organ, Chorale No. 3 in A minor by Cesar Franck

Kelly Jacob, senior, Winnebago, Neb., bassoon, “Allegro Moderato” from Concerto in F major (for bassoon and piano) by Johann Nepomuk Hummel

Sarah Langness, senior, Larned, Kan., alto saxophone, “Loneliness Blues” from Three Street Scenes by Brent Pierce

Jordan Miller, junior, Tomball, Texas, tenor, En fermant les yeux by Jules Massenet

Nathanael Pfeil, senior, Hiawatha, Iowa, piano, “Soft and languid” and “With bounce” from Four Piano Blues by Aaron Copland

Brianna Rerucha, senior, Columbus, Neb., soprano, And This Is My Beloved (from Kismet) by Robert Wright and George Forrest

Jennifer Reynolds, sophomore, Fort Wayne, Ind., trumpet, “Allegro” from Concerto in Eb for Trumpet by F. Joseph Haydn

Megan Sparling, sophomore, Columbus, Neb., piano, “Augschwung” from Fantasiestucke, Op. 12 by Robert Schumann

Luke Wohlgemuth, junior, Alton, Iowa, baritone and Zach Hagenson, senior, Bellevue, Neb., tenor, Au fond du temple saint by George Bizet