The Friday Evening Music Club of the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra returns to Campana Chapel at the University of Pittsburgh – Greensburg Campus on Friday, September 23 at 7:30 p.m.
Members Christina Andrae, flute and Sylvia Andrae, piano, will present a delightful five-movement work by Academy Award-winning Italian composer, Nino Rota. New member, oboist Louise Daniels, will perform Seven Bagatelles for Solo Oboe by prolific English composer Gordon Jacob.
Showcasing the flute family from piccolo to bass in Victor Herbert’s Italian Street Song, Flute Cocktail, will also present a wonderful arrangement of Three Slavonic Dances from Dvorak’s Op. 46 & 72, with pianist Ruth Poscich. Comprised of present and former FEMC members and friends, the flute choir includes Ms. Andrae, Grace Collier, Julia Gray, Chuck Kauric, Joan Kotjarapoglus, Leslie Nemeth, Linda Urbani and Theresa Vanden Berk, conducted by Michele Boulet.
Admission is free to club members and voluntary donations are accepted from non-members at the door. Pitt-Greensburg does not currently require masks indoors, though this is subject to change as case levels may change in the county; FEMC is mask-friendly to all who chose to wear one. All are invited to a reception following the recital.