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|NOTED MUSICIAN WILL GIVE RECITAL AT UL LAFAYETTE FEB. 18
| Bruce Atwell will be giving a French Horn recital on Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the Choral Room in Angelle Hall. Sue Steck-Turner, a local pianist, will be his accompanist. This program will include works by Vivaldi, Bilger, Beethoven, Buyanovsky, Kiel and Strauss.
Atwell, a well-traveled musician, has performed with orchestras around the country, including the Philadelphia Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony, Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphony and Milwaukee Symphony. He has also held full time positions with the Florida Symphony and the Hong Kong Philharmonic.
Currently, Atwell holds Principal Horn positions with the Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra, the Fox Valley Symphony and the Green Bay Symphony. In the summer, he can be found teaching and performing at Lutheran Summer Music, an academy for high school students from around the country.
Sue Steck-Turner has also traveled extensively through the United States, giving workshops and presenting papers as well as serving as an adjudicator and performing as a soloist and collaborative pianist. Turner is certified as a master teacher by the Music Teachers National Association and the Louisiana Music Teachers Association. She currently works as an independent piano teacher in Lafayette.
This recital will also include performances by Paul Morton (trumpet) and Catherine Roche-Wallace (French horn). Morton and Roche-Wallace are both professors in UL Lafayette’s School of Music.
For more information please call (337) 482-6012. Admission is free.
About UL Lafayette
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is the second largest university in the state, with over 16,000 students. It ’s a public institution that awards bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. It includes diverse offerings from the humanities to scientific research and leads the nation in areas like computer science, biology and nursing. Its student-athletes – Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns – compete in NCAA Division I, the highest level of collegiate competition.
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