Third-year music student Meghan Chamberlain will perform a solo recital Wednesday, April 10, of varied repertoire for percussion.
The free public event begins at 7 p.m. in the Art Gallery of Windsor, 401 Riverside Drive West.
Percussionist Meghan Chamberlain, a third-year music major, took top honours—and the $500- prize—at the Ron W. Ianni Memorial Scholarship Competition on Sunday, January 13.
Chamberlain studies with Julian Jeun, and has previously studied with Nicholas Papador and Tim Francom. She aspires to become a professional performer and teacher.
For Sunday’s recital, she took to the marimba to perform David Maslanka’s composition Variations on Lost Love, Part II.
The School for Arts and Creative Innovation will kick off its 2013 concert season with a recital showcasing some of its best performers Sunday, January 13.
The Ron W. Ianni Memorial Scholarship Competition will feature solo performances by eight student musicians vying for a $500 scholarship named to honour the late president of the University of Windsor.
These competitors qualified by receiving the highest marks in the December 2012 instrument juries: