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APSU presents flute choir concert


The Austin Peay State University Department of Music and the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts will present a concert featuring flutists from APSU and local high schools. The concert is under the direction of Lisa Vanarsdel, APSU professor of music, and JoAnn McIntosh, director of the High School Flute Choir.

The concert will start at 7: 30 p.m., Monday, April 7 in the Music/Mass Communication Building Concert Hall and is free and open to the public.

The High School Flute Choir, a Community School of the Arts ensemble, will open the performance with works such as “Three Hungarian Folk Songs” by Matyas Seiber and arranged by McIntosh, “Two Korean Folk Songs” by Kelly Via and “Irish Jig” by Michael Kibbe.

The second half of the show will feature the APSU Flute Choir performing works such as Concerto for Flutes, Op. 15, No. 3 by Joseph Bodin de Boismortier, Nymphs by Gary Shocker, Adagio, K. 411 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Grand Trio, Op. 86 by Friedrich Kuhlau and The Winds for Change by Donald Draganski.

For more information about the performance, contact the department of music by telephone at (931) 221-7818.

Davidson College spirit undaunted on campus and at the hoops


The Davidson College basketball team (Wildcats) have enthralled and captivated us with their impressive performance on the court. The team brought a fresh perspective to the March Madness series. Convincingly, they showed their competency in this sport. For this season’s viewers, Davidson was a special gift.

The Wildcats will be remembered and given a place in history of March madness even though they were finally subdued by Kansas in Detroit. In this case, laurels go to to loser as well as the Jayhawks. To them goes the kudos of being the Cinderella team of the series. Each player displayed team spirit and proficiency in handling the ball, rebounding and successfully scoring.

The magnificent Davidson team, whose streak of 25 wins, the largest in the nation, ended, but they are still a favorite among Tennesseans. «Read the rest of this article»

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