The Southeastern Guitar Ensemble, directed by instructor Patrick Kerber, will present its free fall concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Pottle Auditorium on Southeastern Louisiana University’s campus.

The program will feature music for guitar duo, guitar trio, guitar with trumpet, two guitars and voice, and the full ensemble of 10 guitars, a news release said.

Featured music will be from the German Renaissance, the Spanish Romantic repertoire, arrangements of South American folk songs, Central American guitar music and American jazz.

The concert will feature guest artists Austin Dugas-Higdon on trumpet, who will perform Ray Noble’s jazz standard “Cherokee” with guitarist Ken Turner. Soprano Stephanie Arledge will perform two Spanish art songs: Enrique Granados’ “El tra la la” and Manuel de Falla’s “Asturiana” with guitarists Blake Guidry and Brandi Callais. The songs were arranged for Guidry, the release said.

For information, call (985) 549-2886 or email Kerber at pkerber@southeastern.edu.