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The School of Music at Western Carolina University will present an evening of music for clarinet ensembles Monday, March 31.

The concert will feature students from the clarinet studio of faculty member Shannon Thompson performing repertory for clarinet duo, trio and quartet.

The program will include a variety of transcribed classical music by well-known composers such as Haydn, Mahler and Scott Joplin, as well as original music for clarinet ensembles.


Western Carolina University professor of flute Eldred Spell will be accompanied by current and former WCU students as he presents a faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 22, in the recital hall of the university’s Coulter Building.

Spell will be joined in performing on flute by Heather McKee, a 2012 WCU graduate with a master’s degree in music and who is now a part-time faculty member in the university’s School of Music, and current flute students Christine Hughes, Kayla Vreeland and Sarah Uselton.


The Western Carolina University School of Music will present an April Fools’ Day concert Tuesday, April 1, that will feature surprises and unusual talents of faculty musicians.

Faculty members performing in the concert will include Shannon Thompson, clarinet; Dan Cherry, trombone; Ian Jeffress, saxophone; Will Peebles, bassoon; Steve Wohlrab, guitar; and Eldred Spell, flute.


Western Carolina University will host a screening of the 1966 film “Blow-Up” on Thursday, March 20, in connection with the campuswide interdisciplinary learning theme, “1960s: Take It All In.”

Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, “Blow-Up” centers on a photographer who believes he may have taken photographs of a murder.

Then on Thursday, April 10, WCU will screen “The Black Power Mix Tape 1967-1975,” which documents the Black Power Movement.


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