Music Majors Perform Recitals

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

April is Music Month at UWG. Students majoring in music, whether it be instrumental or voice, perform recitals as part of their degree program. April is Music Month at UWG. Students majoring in music, whether it be instrumental or voice, perform recitals as part of their degree program. The dynamic music program is an award winning degree program that attracts students from around the world. Professors and instructors in the music department and other disciplines also show off their talents and love of music by performing throughout the month in ensembles, choirs and bands.

Joel Jackson is one of dozens of students performing this month at a Student Recital. Jackson will present his recital on Friday, April 18, at 8 p.m. in the Kathy Cashen Recital Hall. Jackson will perform selections such as “Prelude from 1st Cello Suite” by Johann Sebastian Bach and “Un Dia de Noviembre” by Leo Brouwer on guitar with piano accompaniment by UWG student Harold Walbert of Lithia Springs. Jackson is under the instruction of Brian Mitchell, instructor of guitar, and is currently pursuing a degree in music composition and theory.