The concert will feature nonstop entertainment and present familiar musical pieces. The performance will highlight genres such as Broadway, opera, country and American favorites.
Soloists for the evening will include Mia Campbell, who will perform a flute solo of “Oblivion” by Astor Piazzolla; Kristiana McCombs, who will perform “Cello Concerto” by Joseph Haydn; and Tianyi Ma, performing a piano solo of “Somewhere in Time,” the movie score written by John Barry.
The concert will also feature the rare talent of Hanchi Shi, an 11-year-old violinist from Wuhan, China, who will showcase “Winter” by Vivaldi.
“Guests are in for an evening of wonderful music,” said Xiaoqing Yu, director of Chamber Strings and associate professor of music at Lee. “Hanchi Shi, this sensational little girl from China, will bring much inspiration to all who attend.”
Chamber Strings is a dynamic ensemble composed of the institution’s finest violinists, violists, cellists and bassists providing innovative programming for venues both on and off campus.
The concert is free of charge and open to the public. All are invited to a reception immediately following the concert.