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SOUTHEASTERN STUDENTS PERFORM IN CRESCENT CITY – Two Southeastern Louisiana University students – mezzo-soprano Amanda Tarver of Prairieville, center, and baritone James Flick of Kent, Conn., right – will perform at Tulane University’s “Music at Midday” series at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at Rogers Memorial Chapel. They will be accompanied by Raisa Voldman.
SOUTHEASTERN STUDENTS PERFORM AT TULANE’S “MUSIC AT MIDDAY”
HAMMOND -- Two Southeastern Louisiana University music majors will present a guest recital Wednesday, Oct. 16, as part of Tulane University’s “Music at Midday” concert series.
Mezzo-soprano Amanda Tarver, a senior from Prairieville, and baritone James Flick, a graduate student from Kent, Conn., will perform at noon at Tulane’s Rogers Memorial Chapel. Admission is free to the public.
Tarver, a student of Southeastern voice professor Scharmal Schrock, will perform works by Handel, Camille Saint-Saens, Bizet, Purcell and Strauss. Flick, who studies with Southeastern’s Joy Ratliff, has chosen selections by Mozart, Wagner, Offenbach, and Douglas Moore.
The students will be accompanied by pianist Raisa Voldman.