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COD to present music faculty recital Oct. 10

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College of DuPage will host a music faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 10, in the Student Resource Center, Room 2000, on the College's main campus in Glen Ellyn.

This event will highlight several of the College's distinguished music faculty and will feature a selection of instrumental and vocal music of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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In observance of the College's Benjamin Britten centennial celebration, the recital will feature performances of Britten compositions by cellist Catherine Kuna, pianists Karol Sue Reddington and Steven Havens, soprano Jennifer Barnickel-Fitch, and flutist Carolyn May.

Click here for more information about the Britten festival at College of DuPage.

In addition, pianist Alexander Djordjevic will perform Phillip Glass' "Metamorphosis Two." Ken Paoli will present his electronic "Episodes" for 2-channel fixed media.

The College of DuPage Music Faculty includes some of the finest teachers and performers in Chicago's western suburbs. The College's Music program offers both an A.A. degree and an A.F.A. degree in Music as well as a complete range of music instruction, including survey courses in music literature, courses in recording techniques, opportunities for performance, and private lessons in all instruments and voice.

Tickets are $4 for this event are available through the McAninch Arts Center ticket office at http://home.cod.edu/atthemac, or at (630) 942-4000.

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