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Because of the coronavirus pandemic, musical performances before live audiences of the general public will not be held until conditions warrant. However, the Department of Music is continuing its series of online presentations. Links will be posted at www.frostburg.edu/concerts.
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FSU Student Caitlyn Rund to Perform Livestreamed Senior Saxophone Recital
Frostburg State University’s Department of Music will present Caitlyn Rund in her livestreamed senior alto saxophone recital, “Roses,” on Sunday, April 25, at 7 p.m. She will be accompanied by pianist Dr. Joseph Yungen.
Per FSU event guidelines and COVID restrictions, the general public may only attend the online streamed event. The recital is open to 50 members of FSU community – faculty, staff or students – on a first-come, first-served basis.
Rund will perform “Déclamé,” “Désinvolte,” “Dolcissimo” and “Final” from “Brillance” by Ida Gotkovsky; “Allegro con moto” and “Larghetto – Animato molto” from “Concertino da Camera” by Jacques Ibert; “Diversion” by Bernhard Heiden, edited by Mark Rogers; and “Très modéré,” “Noël (Andante),” “Fileuse” and “Nocturne et Rondel” from “Sonate in Ut#” by Fernande Decruck.
Rund studies under Dr. Brent Weber at FSU. In her four years at FSU, she has been a member of many ensembles, including the Wind Ensemble, Jazz Orchestra, Chamber Singers, Marching Band and saxophone quartets. In 2018, she served as a stage manager for Pealer Recital Hall. In 2019, Rund was selected as the Student Success Mentor for the first-year music students, served as the drum major for the Marching Bobcats and began her first year on the executive board of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) as the president-elect. The following year, she stepped into the role of band assistant and continued to be an active member of the executive board of NAfME as president. In her academic life, she has made the Dean’s List every semester. Rund anticipates graduating in May 2021 with a double major in music education and saxophone performance and a minor in psychology. She then plans to earn a master’s in teaching at FSU.
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