Thursday, January 24, 2008
BPL@Night Presents Music by Masters
Birmingham Public Library is proud to present five members of the music faculty at the Alabama School of Fine Arts performing classical music pieces on January 31, 2008. The faculty members include Chair of the Music Department, Kimberly Scott (flute), Laura Doss (voice), Kevin Chance (piano), Robert Janssen (clarinet), and Paul Hicks (guitar). The group will be performing music by Liszt, the 19th Century Romantic composer, Muczynski, 20th Century modern composer, and J.S. Bach, the 17th Century Classical composer.
Since 1968 the Alabama School of Fine Arts has been instrumental in guiding students with talent in the Arts and Sciences. The ASFA music faculty has encouraged students to hone their gifts and has led many to a successful career in the performance world. The Birmingham Public Library is excited to host the music faculty from this outstanding institution as one of its earliest guests in 2008 for the BPL@Night series.
For a complete list of the music faculty at the Alabama School of Fine Arts, visit http://www.asfa.k12.al.us/index.cfm?event=instruction.music.faculty.
Where: Arrington Auditorium at the Central Library
When: Thursday, January 31
Time: 6:30 p.m.
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