School of Music students will present a showcase concert in association with Ohio State’s Parent and Family Weekend, which offers many events and activities planned especially for students and families. All are welcome to this performance. The event is free and open to the public.
The program includes selections by Mouquet, Arnold, Jacob, Bozza, Lazarus, Perkinson, Verhelst, de Sarasate, Olivier Messiaen and Antonin Dvořák, as well as an arrangement by Emerson Slicer. Solo and chamber performers include Sofia Geelhood, flute with Casey Cook, piano; Kaleigh McGee, clarinet; Lorien Parkinson, oboe and Dustin Gourley, bassoon; Lexi Biondo, flute; Maddy Brickner and Diana Sari, clarinets; Mathew Kinnear, violin; C. J. McGhee, bass trombone; Vani Shukla, violin; Trevor Healy, horn; a string trio — Matt Kinnear, violin; Boris Chalakov, cello and Karen Zhang, piano; and the Statesmen, who will present Emerson Slicer's arrangement of "Spinning Wheel" by David Clayton-Thomas.
Access this digital Concert program before and after the performance. No paper programs will be distributed.
If you plan to attend this concert, please register here. Your information will ONLY be used if contact tracing for this event becomes necessary.
As the university updates protocols to keep our community healthy and safe, all events are subject to change.
Per university regulations:
- Effective Aug. 2, students, faculty, staff and visitors to all Ohio State campuses are required to wear masks indoors, regardless of their vaccination status.
- All programs must maintain accurate participation and attendance logs for use with potential contact tracing.