Washburn University Symphony Orchestra concert set for Nov. 5

Washburn University

TOPEKA — Music faculty and a student will be featured soloists at the next Washburn University Symphony Orchestra concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5, in White Concert Hall on the WU campus. No admission is charged and the public is welcome.

Featured on Concerto for Flute & Bassoon in F major by Georg Philipp Telemann will be Rebecca Meador, flute and Kimberly Krutz, bassoon, and harp player Tabitha Reist-Steiner will perform Concerto for Harp in B-flat major, Op. 4 No. 6 by George Frideric Handel. Samuel Cho, a student, and Steven Elisha will be featured on Concerto for Two Cellos in G minor, RV 531 by Antonio Vivaldi and Jamey Mitchell will be soloist on Concerto for Tuba & Orchestra by Arild Plau. Former WU music adjunct Elizabeth Schellman will be soprano soloist in the presentation of “Aria Misera,” dove son, K. 369 for Soprano by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Student conductor will be Alex Wise and faculty conductor is Norman Gamboa.