University presents inaugural Strings at Southern concert series
The Department of Music at Georgia Southern University presents its inaugural Strings at Southern concert series, a celebration of National Chamber Music Month, May 4 and 5 on campus at the Carol A. Carter Recital Hall. The festival, directed by Steven Elisha, D.M., and Larisa Elisha, D.M., will feature several of the University’s student chamber ensembles, including the Magnolia String Quartet, Aquila Chamber Ensemble, Arco String Quartet, Mellow-Cello-Fellowship, and the Georgia Southern String Camerata.
Saturday’s concert is at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday’s is at 3 p.m. Both events are free to attend.
“This is very exciting for Georgia Southern and the state of Georgia,” said Steven Elisha, the director of the University’s strings division. “We are starting a chamber music festival, participating for a second year in this national event and we can all celebrate National Chamber Music Month, joining thousands of musicians and presenters across the country this May.”
String students from McEachern High School will also perform during the two-day celebration and will have the opportunity to collaborate with Georgia Southern students and learn from University faculty.
For more information, contact Steven Elisha at 478-8558 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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