Cello ensemble performs at final Atrium concert

What could be more eloquent than music for a cello?  Well, how about three cellos!  On Friday, April 27, Atrium Music will wind up this semester’s offerings with a visit from the Inland Empire Cello Ensemble. 

Their program ranges from the sublime to the danceable and includes such intriguing titles as ‘Since Robin Hood’,’I Got Plenty of Nothin’, and ‘Hungarian Stomp’.  Also included will be dance pieces by Henry Purcell, G.F. Handel, and J.B. Lully, as well as a variety of other selections.

WSU Libraries’ Atrium Music is an informal series of concerts that takes place from 12:15 – 1:00pm most Fridays during the academic year in the Terrell Library Atrium(formerly Holland/New Library). The concerts are free of charge. Drop in for all or any part of the concert as your schedule allows. Limited seating is available. Reasonable accommodations are provided upon request with adequate prior notification. For details of future Atrium events see http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/general/atriumschedule.html  Or contact Judith Ashworth at jash@wsu.edu

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