Lorie Scott, visiting music faculty at Luther College, will give a flute recital at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23, in the Noble Recital Hall in the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music on Luther's campus.
The performance is open to the public with no charge for admission, and includes works for the flute and piano from composers such as Bach, Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns and Aaron Copland.
Other works on the recital include an arrangement of "Jealousy Tango" by Danish violinist Jacob Gade, and a selection of Brahms' "Hungarian Dances" arranged for flute, clarinet and piano.
Joining Scott is Du Huang, Luther associate professor of music, piano; and Michael Chesher, Luther associate professor of music, clarinet.
Luther College is home to one of the largest collegiate music programs in the world with seven choirs, three orchestras, three bands, four jazz groups and nearly 1,000 student musicians. Luther students perform in large ensembles, faculty-coached chamber groups, private lessons and master classes. More than 350 music majors study music theory, ear training, history, education, composition, church music and performance.