Fourth-annual concert today at School of Law
Everyone's welcome to the fourth-annual School of Law concert today.
Huh? It's true. Those law students and faculty are really, as Garrison Keillor would say, "above average."
The concert, at 12:30 p.m. today, March 28, in the school's Schulze Grand Atrium, features the work of students and professors alike.
School of Law student Erik Honkanen again organized the concert, featuring performances by visiting professor Morse Tan, cello; Darlene Wu, piano, and Casey Plante, violin.
And Honkanen again commissioned composer Brad Bombardier to write pieces for the concert. This year, Bombardier composed six movements, each representing a different faculty member.
"No one knows who the highlighted faculty members are, so it will be fun to see if individuals can figure out who they are through the music," Honkanen said.
The performance is free and open to the public.