GAMBIER — Several upcoming concerts at Kenyon College will delight music lovers of all genres.

•The Percussion Ensemble takes the stage Tuesday, at 8 p.m., in Rosse Hall. Songs the group will perform include some of the earliest pieces published exclusively for percussion ensembles, said director Cary Dachtyl. In addition, Drew Meeker ’17 will perform William Kraft’s “Morris Dance” on multiple percussion instruments, and Leah Dunbar ’20 will perform Muramatsu’s “Land” on marimba. In the spirit of extending summer for as long as possible, members of the Percussion Ensemble request that audience members wear their finest Hawaiian shirts to the concert.

•The Harp Ensemble will close out the semester with a concert Sunday, at 3 p.m., in Brandi Recital Hall. The group of five harpists will play songs ranging from a “South Pacific” medley to some holiday tunes.

All concerts are free and open to the public. For more information, contact the music department at 740-427-5197.

 

 

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