Cellist Selina Carter and pianist Marlene Hoirup will perform a recital Sept. 28 at 3 p.m. at Wake Forest University’s Brendle Recital Hall.
The recital will feature Boccherini’s “Sonata in A Major,” Beethoven’s “Seven Variations from Mozart’s ‘Magic Flute’” and Rachmaninov’s “Sonata in G Minor, Opus 19.”
Carter is an adjunct faculty member of Wake Forest’s music department. She studied cello with Gordon Epperson and Robert Marsh and viola da gamba with John Hsu. Carter has coached ensembles at the University of Arizona and the University of Kansas and has taught early string workshops throughout the United States. She currently performs with the Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony, The Reynolda Trio and the Wake Forest Consort.
Hoirup, also an adjunct faculty member in Wake Forest’s music department, studied piano with Gui Mombaerts, Josef Raieff and August Leopolder and harpsichord with Maria Jäger. She has been a faculty member at Eastman School of Music and Salem College.
Hoirup has appeared as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Germany and the United States and performed on “Voice of America,” public radio station WNYC in New York City and WFDD, the public radio station at Wake Forest. She has appeared as a soloist with several orchestras, including the Wake Forest University Orchestra and the Winston-Salem Symphony. Currently, she is organist for the Lutheran Church of the Epiphany in Winston-Salem and collaborates with her husband as a composer of sacred choral music.
The recital is free and open to the public. For more information, call 758-5364.
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