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PIANO DUETS – Kenneth Boulton and JoAnne
Barry, who are husband and wife and have been an active piano duet team
for 14 years, will present a program of piano duets at Southeastern Louisiana
University’s Pottle Music Building Auditorium on Nov. 1. The 7:30 p.m.
concert is free. Boulton is an assistant professor of music at Southeastern
and director of the Community Music School.
SOUTHEASTERN PROFESSOR, WIFE TO PRESENT PIANO
DUETS NOV. 1
HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana University
music professor Kenneth Boulton and his wife and fellow pianist JoAnne
Barry will present “Music for Piano Duet,” a free concert at 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 1 at the Pottle Music Building Auditorium.
Having been a married couple and active
piano duet team for over 14 years, Boulton and Barry have performed in
concert throughout the United States and in Europe, highlighted by appearances
in England, Russia and Germany.
They have recorded music of William
Mason on the Naxos label, and are also in demand for their lecture-demonstrations
of piano four-hands repertoire appropriate for student use. At Southeastern,
Boulton is also director of the Community Music School.
The couple will perform “Bouree fantasque”
by Emanuel Chabrier, “Petite Suite” by Claude Debussy, “Feuillets de voyage”
by Florent Schmitt, “Trois Morceau en forme de poire” by Erik Satie and
“Dolly” by Gabriel Fauré.
For additional information, contact
the Southeastern music and dramatic arts department, 985-549-2184.