Featuring classical works both modern and traditional, the Louisiana Sinfonietta will present its final concert of the season at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 3, at the LSU School of Music Recital Hall on Dalrymple Drive.
The concert will feature an international array of composers and performers. Tickets, available at the door, are $15 and $5 for students.
A variety of solo instruments and soloists will take the stage, including violist Christopher Lowry playing a piece for solo violin by Maestro Constantinides, soprano McKenzie Miller performing Rachmaninoff’s famous Vocalise, LSU Professor Yung-Chiao Wei presenting two modern pieces written for double bass, South American cellist Alvaro Angulo with a piece by Faure called “After a Dream,” and pianist Kadisha Onalbayeva, who will conclude the concert with “Arman” (Dream) for piano and orchestra by Michael Coleman, who is on the University of West Florida faculty.
Three other local composers will also be spotlighted with world premieres, including a string quartet by Terrell Jones, a cello sonata by Henry Eccles and “Breathe” by Sinfonietta President Mikel LeDee.
For more information, call (225) 766-3487 or (225) 578-4010 or visit louisianasinfonietta.org.