Harp recital on the horizon! #iarocks

From MSU!
February 9, 2015

To whom it may concern,

I would like to take this opportunity to invite you and others to enjoy a special recital, on February 25, 7:30 p.m., at Cook Recital Hall, of the MSU Music Building, 333 West Circle Drive, East Lansing, MI.
Two wonderful musicians will be joining me: Flautist, Richard Sherman, and violinist, Walter Verdehr. Our program features works by Fauré, Saint-Saëns, Godefroid, and more.
We believe this experience will enrich our connections with harp education in Michigan. If there is anyone you think may benefit from this recital, please share this information. The MSU College of Music would like to offer complimentary tickets to you and interested students.
Please visit www.music.msu.edu/Chen-Yu-Harp. Select purchase tickets, ticket type, and total number of tickets (limit 4 per-person), then enter the code HARP2015 to receive your complimentary tickets. Your tickets will be available at the venue’s will call. I look forward to seeing you at the concert!
If you or any students are not able to attend, I hope you get the opportunity to stream it live on the web. Visit new.livestream.com/musicmsu and select the 2.25.2015 Harp Recital.

Chen-Yu Huang
Assistant Professor of Harp
Michigan State University
333 W Circle Dr
East Lansing, MI 48824

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