Midday Music on the plaza at Bawcom Student Union

By Bells Staff

UMHB’s Small Brass Chamber Ensemble performed on the plaza in front of Bawcom Student Union on Thursday, March 11. Midday Music was presented by music department students to bring their music to people outside during the pandemic. More Midday Music events are planned for the rest of the spring semester.

Professor Michael Garasi conducts the Small Brass Chamber Ensemble during Midday Music on the plaza in front of Bawcom Student Union on Thursday, March 11.
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UMHB Freshman James Garcia, Jr., plays the tuba at center back, while Joseph Kriczky plays the French horn at foreground left and Cory Gunter plays the euphonium at right in the Small Brass Chamber Ensemble performance of Midday Music Thursday, March 11.
Professor Matthew Kundler, a euphonium instructor at UMHB, applauds for music students performing in the Small Brass Chamber Ensemble on the plaza in front of Bawcom Student Union on Thursday, March 11.
Father Nick Kriczky and grandmother Jane Bolgen, at right, applaud for UMHB music student Joseph Kriczky after his performance with the Small Brass Chamber Ensemble in front of the Bawcom Student Union on Thursday, March 11. Also applauding for this Midday Music performance at background middle is Provost John Vassar. Joseph Kriczky’s father Nick, of Hutto, is a UMHB alumnus.
To bring students’ music to people during the pandemic, Midday Music was presented by the music department at UMHB on the plaza in front of Bawcom Student Union. More Midday Music events are planned for the rest of the spring semester.
UMHB senior vocal performance major Maggie DeWulf applauds the performance of her peers in the music department’s Small Brass Chamber Ensemble Thursday, March 11.
Senior music education major Travis Dent plays his tuba during a performance by the Small Brass Chamber Ensemble on the plaza in front of Bawcom Student Union on Thursday, March 11.

Author: The Bells Staff

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