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ACTU presents Chamber Music on Oct. 16

Arts for the Community at Thomas University presents a chamber music concert for soprano, flute, clarinet, cello and piano as part of their Sundays at Four season on Sunday, Oct. 16, at 4 p.m. at Trinity Anglican Church, located at 325 W. Jackson St. in Thomasville.

The concert will feature soprano Rebecca Fadell, flutist Karl Barton, clarinetist Dan Oberlin, cellist Evan Jones and pianist Katharine Gossman.

Fadell is a mezzo-soprano born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has performed with the University of Minnesota Opera Theatre, the Minnesota Opera, and the Florida State Opera. She is currently a resident of Thomasville, Music Worship Leader at Trinity Anglican Church and a faculty member at Thomas University.

Evan Jones is Professor of Music Theory and Coordinator of Music Theory and Composition in the College of Music at Florida State University. He holds the Ph.D. in music theory and the D.M.A. in cello performance from the Eastman School of Music. An active cellist, Dr. Jones currently serves as assistant principal cellist in the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra and regularly performs with the Tallahassee Bach Parley.

Katharine Gossman lives in Tallahassee, where she holds the position of Music Director at St. Stephen Lutheran Church. She is a sought-after collaborative pianist for faculty and students at the Florida State University College of Music and is active as a chamber musician throughout the Southern states.

 “I always enjoy the opportunity to perform with other musicians, and the music includes some great pieces,” said Dr. Karl Barton, series coordinator and TU music professor. “There will be a little something for everyone on this program. The sanctuary was designed to include these kinds of concerts, and the acoustics and setting are really excellent.”

The program will include works by Bach, Mozart, Schubert, Brahms and Bruch. The concert is free and open to the public with a suggested donation of $5. A reception will follow the performance. For additional information, email actu@thomasu.edu or call 229-227-6964.

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