Flute concerts, workshops slated
If you think you know what a flute sounds like, think again, and listen to Rhonda Larson play the flute.
The Grammy Award winning musician plays a number of different kinds of flutes, such as ethnic flutes and crystal flutes. Larson has played around the world and the music she creates can be hauntingly sweet and Celtic, classical or a combination of musical styles.
Larson will perform in Grand Junction and teach as part of Flute Day at Mesa State College.
Larson’s concert “One Woman, A World of Music” will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 23, in the Recital Hall in Moss Performing Arts Center.
Tickets cost $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and $5 for students and children.
On Saturday, April 24, Larson will teach two master classes as part of Flute Day. Flute Day, with competitions, workshops and concerts, costs $25 for adults and $15 for students.
For more information on Flute Day, go to www. fluteworkspublishing.com/Mesa_State_College_Flute_Studio/Flute_Day.html.
To learn more about Larson and her music, go to http://www.rhondalarson.com.
For concert tickets, call the college box office at 248-1604.
— Compiled by Ann Wright