The North Greenville University School of Music's best will be bringing a beautiful night of classical music to campus on Monday, February 25.
The ensemble performing is a piano quartet comprised of NGU faculty and adjunct faculty. On violin will be Dr. Leslie Warlick, adjunct professor of violin and viola at NGU and Clemson University. Dr. Michael Weaver, professor of violin, viola and music history and also conductor of the NGU orchestra, will be playing viola. On cello is Dr. Brenda Leonard, who teaches cello at NGU and the Lawson Academy of Arts in Spartanburg. Brian Gencarelli, double bass, is the professor of double bass at North Greenville. On piano is Fabio Parrini, piano teacher and coordinator of the Keyboard Department at NGU.
Among the works being performed Monday are Mahler's Piano Quartet and Schubert's “Trout” Quintet. There are no second-rate musicians in the line-up for this program, and the pieces chosen for the evening are sure to include something for everyone to enjoy.
The program will be held in Hamlin Recital Hall at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are required and available at the School of Theatre/Cultural Events Office. 864.977.7085.