Cupids harp wont be so lonely when the West Virginia University Choral Program presents a concert of love songs Sunday (Feb. 24).

The concert, titledLove: Lost&Found,will begin at 3:15 p.m. in the Lyell B. Clay Concert Theatre of the Creative Arts Center on WVU s Evansdale Campus.

Ralph Vaughan WilliamsFlos Campi,translated asFlowers of the Field,will be the concerts showcase performance. The music will be presented by the University Choir, with faculty members Maggie Snyder, viola, and William Haller, organ. This work for solo viola and choir is based upon selected passages from the Biblical narrative,Song of Songs.

Other featured works include excerpts fromFive Hebrew Love Songsby Eric Whitacre, love duets by Austrian composer Robert Stoltz, a collection of madrigals by Orlando di Lasso, a rousing rendition of the American folk songCindyand excerpts from Johannes BrahmsLiebeslieder Waltzer, Op. 52.

Another concert highlight will be the world premiere ofSong of Songs Suite for Womens Voicesby David P. Goldstein.

For tickets, visit the Mountainlair or Creative Arts Center box offices, or call 304-293-SHOW.