UW-Green Bay to Stream Honors Recital This Friday

Posted on 2-25-2021

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s musical elite will gather together for the annual Honors Recital and members of the public will be able to stream it online. The Honors Recital will be will be recorded from Fort Howard Hall at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of UW-Green Bay.

The recital will begin airing on UW-Green Bay Music’s YouTube channel on February 26th, 2021 at 5:30pm, and will be available until March 2nd.

This year’s recital will feature seven outstanding music students from across the state of Wisconsin and one international student. Several students will also be accompanied by pianist Emily Sculliuffo. Students performing in this year’s recital are:

Ethan Christiansen, percussion, an Instrumental Performance major and graduate of Roncalli High School.  

Aygul Garryyeva, soprano, a Vocal Performance major and international student from Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.

Kameron Jennings, trumpet, a Music Education major and graduate of Poynette High School. 

Riannon LeCaptain, trumpet, a Music Composition major and graduate of De Pere High School. 

Jeremy Raduenz, piano, a Music Performance major and graduate of Green Bay West High School.

Shoua Xiong, violin, a Humanities Major and graduate of North High School. 

Eloise Williamson, soprano, a Vocal Performance major and graduate of North Crawford High School. 

Students for the Honors Recital were chosen by faculty members during a juried selection process. For more information about this and other upcoming UW-Green Bay Music events for the 2020-21season, please visit www.uwgb.edu/music/.

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