The Southeastern Louisiana University Department of Fine and Performing Arts will present its annual Alumni Music Recital at 6 p.m. Monday featuring euphonium artist Chasse Duplantis.
A Southeastern music education graduate, Duplantis will be accompanied by other university musicians in the free concert to be held in the Pottle Music Building Recital Hall on the campus in Hammond.
As a graduate teaching assistant for the LSU Department of Bands, he works with the Tiger Band and Bengal Brass and teaches tuba and euphonium in the School of Music while working on his doctorate in musical arts. He previously earned his Master of Music degree from LSU in euphonium performance.
Duplantis will be performing Andrew Beall’s “Rose of Sharon," “Oblivion” by Astor Piazzolla and “21” by Andy Akiho, which will include Seth Bagwell playing marimba and vibraphone.
Other pieces on the schedule include Georges Bizet’s “Pearl Fishers,” in which Duplantis will be joined by Brian Gallion on euphonium and Henry Jones on piano, and “Remembering the Future” by Ryan O’Connell to include mezzo soprano Meghan Dawson and Jones.
For information, call (985) 549-2184.