Performance of Duo for Flute and Marimba, four-mallet version, featuring percussionist Ming-Hui Kuo.
Before taking a brief hiatus for Spring Break, DePauw School of Music will present “Percussionist Ming-Hui Kuo and Friends” for the final Faculty Select series concert of the season. Joining Kuo won stage will be guest artist and award-winning percussionist Yun-Ju Pan, from Michigan State University, along with five outstanding DePauw alumni and student musicians — flutist Eleanor Price ’17; percussionists Josiah Rushing ’13, Patrick Speranza ’13 and Zach Suchanek ’18; and clarinetist Natalia Fumero ’19.
Tuesday's concert will open with American composer Libby Larson’s Corker, a chamber work for clarinet and percussion, followed by Robert Paterson’s Duo for Flute and Marimba and Dave Hollinden’s jazzy Surface Tension, a duet for two multi-percussionists performing on a total of twenty different instruments. The French composer Emmanuel Sejourne’s inspired Gotan Concerto for marimba quartet will close the program.
General admission: $5
Tickets for seniors, youth and all students are free.