It looks like you're using an outdated web browser. For the best and most secure way to view the ABAC website, please upgrade to the latest version. Close

ABAC Music Majors Featured in Spring Recital on April 27

April 23, 2015

Twenty-two music majors at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will perform in a spring recital on April 27 beginning at 4 p.m. in the Chapel of All Faiths.

The recital will feature a diversity of styles in performance ranging from voices to hand-held and upright instruments. Musical selections will feature a variety of compositions from the Baroque through the Twentieth Century. The one-hour performance is available at no charge to all ABAC faculty, staff, and students and to the general public.  Accompanists for the recital include Dr. Douglas Jurs and Gina Lawhon.

The recital will feature music majors Benjamin Harris, a music-instrumental major from Sylvester; Ivana Humphrey, a music major from Norcross; Andrew Belk, a music-instrumental major from Douglas; Krystina Braswell, a music major from Covington; Andrew Shaw, a music-instrumental major from Nashville; Taylor Walker, a music-vocal major from Omega; David Arambulo, a music major from Douglas; Holly Huggins, a music major from Fitzgerald; Nikki Young, a music-instrumental major from Thomasville; Avery Atnip, a music major from Thomasville; and Victoria Banks, a music-instrumental major from Norman Park.

Hugo Galvan, a music-instrumental major from Tifton; Kate Phillips, an animal science  major from Appling; and Kari Mester, a business and economic development major from Valdosta, will perform as a clarinet trio.  The ABAC Brass Ensemble will also be featured.  Besides Belk and Young, that group includes Kristoff Cohran, a business and economic development major from Thomasville; Shad Steptoe, a music major from Douglas; Kaycee Johnson, a music major from Tifton; Alex Cruz, a music major from Douglas; Kershon McDowell, a music major from Valdosta; Brandon Horton, a music-instrumental major from Cairo; Dalton Bynum, a music major from Thomasville; and Randy Romero, a natural resources management major from Oakfield.
Printable News Release