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TWU's Youngblood to perform faculty flute recital


DENTON — Dr. Pamela Youngblood, professor of music at Texas Woman’s University, will perform a flute recital and celebrate the release of her new music CD with a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25 in the Margo Jones Performance Hall, located at Pioneer Circle and Oakland Street on TWU’s Denton campus. A reception will follow in the Music Building lobby. For more information, call (940) 898-2500.

The date for Dr. Youngblood’s recital coincides with the release date for her new CD, Sparkle and Wit: International Treasures for Flute and Piano. She will include a selection from her new CD, Mike Mower’s “Deviations on Carnival of Venice,” in the Sept. 25 concert. Other recent compositions that will be performed that evening include “Three Rondos with Riffs and Refrains” by Texas composer Norman J. Nelson; Libby Larsen’s “Barn Dances” for flute, clarinet, and piano; and “Sonatina, Op. 5” by Slovakian composer Blaz Pucihar.

“I like to play pieces that are new, that no one else is playing,” she said.

Joining Dr. Youngblood in concert are TWU staff accompanist Gabriel Bita on piano and Dr. Danielle Woolery, adjunct assistant professor of music, on clarinet.

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Karen Garcia
Senior Writer

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