Seven different West Virginia University small jazz ensembles, from the School of Music will perform during “Live at Falbo,” a jazz concert at the Creative Arts Center, Sunday, Nov. 11.

The concert begins at 3:15 p.m. in the Antoinette Falbo Theatre and is free and open to the public.

It will be directed by music professor Paul Scea, who is director of Jazz Studies at WVU, as well as students Wesley Hager, Jeremy Carter and Greg Thurman.

The small jazz ensembles include a Brazilian jazz group and a Latin jazz band. They will perform mostly jazz standards, including works by Thelonius Monk, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Rafael Hernandez, and Steve Coleman among others.

Students performing include Grace Leong on piano, Frank DiDiano on guitar, Tim Kowalski for trumpet, Kevin Lovering on trombone, Evan Paden on guitar, Cody Barcroft on bass, Paul Hare for percussion, Sergio Alvares with flute, Kevin Shields on trumpet, Wes Hager on guitar, Mack Gage with bass, Zachary Herberger on percussion, Matt Pitts with woodwinds, Will Kichty on trombone, Alexander Merandi on piano, John Ruberg on guitar, Jeremy Carter for trombone, Kacey Clark for trombone, Elijah Copen on saxophone, Brandon Morgan on guitar, Jacob Womack on piano, Kyung Soo Hwang for bass, Mike Cerpa on drums, Vernon Jones on saxophone, John Bryant on trombone, Kenneth Johnson on trombone, tenor Travis Klein, Greg Thurman on bass, and Eli Weidman on drums.

For more information, contact the College of Creative Arts at (304) 293-4359.



CONTACT: Charlene Lattea, College of Creative Arts

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