National Symphony Orchestra To Present Trombone-Violin Recital on Friday Night
Posted on Monday, February 14, 2011 [8:08 PM]
Ky. -- Southcentral Kentucky residents
can warm up on Feb. 18 with an evening of chamber music for violin
The recital will feature two members of the National
Symphony Orchestra, which is touring
Kentucky during February.
The LWC recital will be at 7:30 p.m. CT on
Friday, Feb. 18, in the LWC W.W. Slider Humanities Recital
Hall, 155 South Blue Raider Drive. It is free
and open to the public, and a reception will follow.
"Lindsey Wilson is fortunate to be beneficiaries
of this program, and we are excited that we can bring it to our
students as well as members of the community," said Phil Hanna,
chair of the Lindsey Wilson cultural affairs committee.
The Feb. 18 recital will feature works by 10
composers, including Bernstein, Handel, Joplin, Mozart and
The recital will be given by trombonist Barry Hearn and violinist Marissa Regni. Hearn is assistant principal
trombonist and Regni is principal second violinist ofthe National
Before joining the NSO, Hearn was a member of
the Army Ceremonial Band, and prior to that he was a member of the
Army Field Band at Fort
Regni has held her current position with the NSO
for more than 14 years. Before coming
to Washington, D.C., she was
a member of the Saint Louis Symphony. She is also a member of the
critically acclaimed Manchester String Quartet, and was a founding
member of the Kennedy Center Chamber Players.
The LWC recital is part of
the National Symphony Orchestra's 2011 American Residencies tour,
which features a Feb. 17-25 swing through
The full National Symphony Orchestra will
perform on Feb. 24 at the Center for Rural Development
in Somerset, Ky. It will be
the first performance in this region for the National Symphony
Orchestra, which is housed at the
Kennedy Center in
The NSO is also scheduled to perform this month
Owensboro and Paducah.
The National Symphony Orchestra will present
a free recital of music for trombone and violin at 7:30 p.m. CT on
Friday, Feb. 18, in the Lindsey Wilson College W.W. Slider
Humanities Recital Hall, 155
South Blue Raider Drive. For more information,
contact LWC Cultural Affairs Committee Chair Phil Hanna
or (270) 384-8250.