(FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Feb. 10, 2017) - - - Columbia State Community College’s Department of Music in conjunction with the Lyceum Committee have partnered with Belmont University’s School of Music and the Williamson County Public Library to present a free concert Feb. 22 at 6:30 p.m.
The concert will feature Belmont’s two student string quartet ensembles, the Classical String Quartet, directed by Elisabeth Small, and the Jazz String Quartet, directed by Tracy Silverman. These ensembles have been featured at Middle Tennessee Band and Orchestra Association Mid-State clinics, Tennessee Music Educators Association State Conferences, the Dickson Renaissance Center and at the Cheekwood Museum of Art. Both ensembles regularly serve the community by performing at retirement communities, schools and other public venues.
“These students are outstanding musicians and will wow the crowd with their talent and stage presence,” said Emily Gaskill, Columbia State associate professor of music and Lyceum Committee representative. “Since both the classical and the jazz groups are performing, the wide variety of musical selections will appeal to all audience members.”
The concert is scheduled at the Williamson County Public Library and is free and open to the public. The Williamson County Public Library is located at 1314 Columbia Ave., Franklin, Tennessee.
For more information about this event, contact Gaskill by email at egaskill@ColumbiaState.edu
. For more information on other Lyceum events, contact the Lyceum Committee by emailing Lyceum@ColumbiaState.edu
or visit the Lyceum calendar on the Columbia State website at www.ColumbiaState.edu/Lyceum
Columbia State is a two-year college, serving a nine-county area in southern Middle Tennessee with locations in Columbia, Franklin, Lawrenceburg, Lewisburg and Clifton. As Tennessee’s first community college, Columbia State is committed to increasing access and enhancing diversity at all five campuses. Columbia State is a member of the Tennessee Board of Regents, one of the largest higher education systems in the nation. For more information, please visit www.ColumbiaState.edu.
Tennessee’s Community Colleges is a system of 13 colleges offering a high-quality, affordable, convenient and personal education to prepare students to achieve their educational and career goals in two years or less. We offer associate degree and certificate programs, workforce development programs and transfer pathways to four-year degrees. For more information, please visit us online at tncommunitycolleges.org.
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