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Contact: Amy Ford
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580-559-5650 405-812-1428 (cell)
Or Juliana Overmier, Conductor, 405-535-5300
LOCAL STUDENTS IN ECU FLUTE ENSEMBLE PERFORMING THURSDAY
The East Central University Flute Ensemble will perform on the Woodwind Ensembles Concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday [OCT. 29] in the Ataloa Theater in ECU's newly opened Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center.
Members of East Central University's Flute Ensemble will perform Thursday [OCT. 29] in a concert with the Clarinet and Brass Ensembles. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Ataloa Theatre in the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center. Flute Ensemble members are Ryan Kiehl (from left), Danna Howry, Rebekah Unruh, Erin Burton, Jami Turner, Samantha Deskin, Kristen Auten, Rachel Bessert, Molly Hodges, Ashley Branscum, Sarra Blok, Debbie Allen and conductor Juliana Overmier. Not shown is Ashley Cardwell.
The ensemble will perform both modern and traditional repertoire using many members of the flute family, including the soprano flute, the alto flute and the bass flute.
"The addition of the larger flutes to the choir expands the range and depth of the music while still maintaining the beautiful blended timbres that only flutes can create," said conductor Juliana Overmier.
The ensemble includes Debbie Allen and Danna Howry of Ada, Kristen Auten and Rebekah Unruh of Ardmore, Rachael Bessert of Midwest City, Sarra Blok of Glencoe, Ashley Branscum of Checotah, Erin Burton and Ryan Kiehl of Oklahoma City, Ashley Cardwell of Mustang, Samantha Deskin of Oologah, Molly Hodges of Edmond and Jami Turner of Seminole.
Debbie Allen, Rebekah Unruh, Ashley Branscum and Ashley Cardwell are section leaders.
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