Simpson University's Music Department to perform "A Faulty Recital"

For Immediate Release


REDDING, Calif. – Simpson University announced today its music department will present “A Faculty Recital” to be held Friday, Jan. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Heritage Student Life Center. Tickets will be available at the door and are $8 for general admission and $6 for students and seniors.

The program will feature the premiere of Simpson University professor Dr. Dan Pinkston’s composition entitled “A Thousand Hills” for harp, flute, cello and percussion. Additionally, audiences will hear a solo percussion work composed by professor Dr. Dwayne Corbin entitled “Cage for One” which won first place in the 2009 Percussive Arts Society Composition Contest. Works by Antonin Dvorak, Mozart, Ian Krouse and Carlos Salzedo will be performed as well.

Musicians participating in the concert include Candace LiVolsi and Lauren Sharkey on the harp, Kyle Wiley-Pickett and Mary Alice Kolko on the flute, Li-Yuan Ho on the violin, Cathleen Storm on the viola, Hans Hoffer on the cello, Daun Weiss, vocals, Lois Nichols on piano and Dwayne Corbin on percussion.

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Simpson University is a Christian university offering undergraduate, graduate and teaching credential programs. Simpson’s music department equips students for a variety of careers or graduate studies by offering bachelor’s degree programs in music performance, music composition, worship ministry and music liberal arts. For more information about Simpson University music degrees and programs, visit , or to arrange a personalized visit, call 1-888-9-SIMPSON or visit .


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