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Elizabeth Nichols performs in Junior Recital at BPC
|Elizabeth Nichols, right, is shown with Cathy Rogers who accompanied her on the piano during her Junior Recital. Nichols plays the flute.
By Kayla Oliver
BPC Marketing Staff Writer
MOUNT VERNON—Part of the requirements for receiving a bachelor of music degree in music performance from Brewton-Parker College is the completion, or performance, of the 30-minute junior recital and the one-hour senior recital.
On Friday, April 11, junior flutist Elizabeth Nichols presented her junior recital in Gilder Recital Hall on the Mount Vernon campus. Nichols performed three flute selections. Her first piece, Sonate by Francis Poulenc, was presented in three movements: Allegretto malincolico, Cantilena, and Preste giocoso. She also performed Mozart’s Concerto in D Minor and ended her recital with Fantaisie Sur La Traviata composed by Paul Agricole Génin.
Nichols was accompanied by Cathy Rogers and is from the studio of Dr. Armenio Suzano. Look for upcoming student recitals on the Division of Music’s webpages, http://www.bpc.edu/music/music_concert_and_recital_schedule.htm. The next recital will feature senior baritone Dallas Wilke on Tuesday, April 29 at 7 p.m. in Gilder Recital Hall. The community is welcome to attend and admission is free.
Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited four-year Christian college in south Georgia. Affiliated with the Georgia Baptist Convention, the college holds classes on its main campus in Mount Vernon and six external learning centers around the state, including Baxley, Glennville, Liberty County, Newnan, Norman Park and Savannah.