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Beth Sorensen
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RECITAL AT REED COLLEGE FEATURES WORKS FOR VIOLIN

Reed College music instructors William Hunt, violinist, and Marcy Lohman, guest flutist, with guest pianist Bruno V. Madrid, will perform on Sunday, February 28, at 7:30 p.m. in Reed's Eliot Hall chapel. They will play works by Beethoven, Schubert, Debussy, Kreisler, Satoh, and Doppler. The recital, which is sponsored by the Reed music department, is free and open to the public. The chapel is accessible for the handicapped by elevator. For more information, call 503/777-7755.

William Hunt, violinist, is active in the Portland area as both teacher and performer. He holds music degrees from the University of Oregon and North Texas State University, and has studied violin in London with Michaela Comberti and Simon Standage. He has taught violin at Reed College since 1990. He is a founding member of the Artemis Trio and associate conductor for the Metropolitan Youth Symphony of Portland. He has also served on the faculty of Lewis & Clark College and the University of Oregon.

Bruno V. Madrid, guest pianist, has been professor of piano at the University of Santo Thomas in the Philippines and for many years was composer and director of music for the department of dance at the University of Oregon.

Marcy Lohman, guest flutist, has taught flute at Reed College for the past 17 years. She performs primarily as a soloist and chamber musician on baroque and modern flutes and directs the Reed College flute choir. Her teachers include Marcel Moyse and Julius Baker.

The concert will feature Ludwig van Beethoven's "Spring" Sonata, Franz Schubert's "Rondo Brilliant," Claude Debussy's "En Bateau," Fritz Kreisler's "La Gitana," Somei Satoh's "Birds in Warped Time II," and Franz Doppler's "Andante and Rondo."