A free concert of music from early 20th Century American and French composers will be offered at 4 p.m. Nov. 14 at Liverpool First United Methodist Church.
Kristen Jorgensen, flute, and Rebecca Horning, piano, will perform as part of Joyful Noise: Concert Series for the Community.
In a recital called "Resonant Sound," Jorgensen and Horning, both professors n the music department at SUNY Oswego, will present the works of Debussy, Hanson, Griffes, Copland, and others. Additional popular songs will be announced during the program.
Jorgensen, a native of Minnesota, moved to Oswego in 2006. She holds undergraduate and masters degrees in music education and a Performer's Certificate in flute. In addition to teaching flute at Oswego, she teaches band at Trinity Catholic Elementary School and maintains a private flute studio.
Horning is house accompanist for Oswego Opera Theater and serves on the faculty of SUNY Oswego as class piano instructor and staff accompanist. She regularly accompanies Civic Morning Musicals vocal competitions and recitals.
"This promises to be an outstanding recital," said James O. Welsch, artistic director of the Joyful Noise series. "It will introduce the audience to some of the loveliest music in the flute repertoire from the past century."
Ample free parking is available behind the church, and the building is accessible to all. For information, call 457-5180.