Kyla Nauman, flute - Senior Recital

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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Unless otherwise noted, concerts are free to view online. For info, contact FSU’s Department of Music at 301-687-4109.

If you miss the livestreams, Music Department recitals are available for viewing on YouTube: Frostburg Music Department.

FSU Student Kyla Nauman to Perform Livestreamed Senior Flute Recital

Frostburg State University’s Department of Music will present Kyla Nauman in a livestreamed senior flute recital on Friday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. She will be accompanied by pianist Dr. Joseph Yungen and guest artists Cait Rund on the alto saxophone and Maggie Longerbeam on the flute.

Nauman will perform “Syrinx” by Claude Debussy, “Epitaphe de Jean Harlow” by Charles Koechlin, “Concerto in D Major” by Leopold Hofmann, “In Ireland” by Hamilton Harty and “La Gata – Milonga” by Carmen Marulanda.

“Syrinx” (1913) is a solo flute work that tells of the story of the nymph Syrinx being pursued by Pan. To escape, Syrinx transforms herself into the reeds, which Pan turns into the panpipe once he gives up on his chase.

“Epitaphe de Jean Harlow” (1937) was created in memory of actress Jean Harlow who died in 1937.

Hofmann’s earliest compositions date from the 1750s. “Concerto in D Major” was originally written for solo flute and orchestral accompaniment; however, in this rendition, the piano will be the accompaniment.

Harty was a church organist who later moved to London and became a well-known piano accompanist. He composed “In Ireland” in 1915.

“La Gata – Milonga” (2016) is from a set of flute duets inspired by the milonga, a musical genre that originated in Argentina.

Nauman studies under Dr. Eftihia Arkoudis at FSU. She is an active member of the National Association for Music Education and secretary of the American Choral Directors Association at FSU. She made the Dean’s List from the spring of 2018 to spring of 2019 and has received a music scholarship based on musical merit. Nauman anticipates graduating in spring 2021 with a bachelor’s in music education, then plans to become a high school or elementary school teacher. She is the daughter of Trina Nauman and Rich Nauman.

Friday, April 16 at 7:30pm to 8:30pm

Pealer Recital Hall, PAC
101 Braddock Road, Frostburg, MD, Frostburg

Event Type

Music, Performance, Recital

Departments

Music Department

Phone for Info

301-687-4109

Contact Person

Theresa Skidmore

Contact E-mail

tskidmore@frostburg.edu

Ticket Info - Cost/Ticket site

Free - Livestreamed

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