The cookie monsters live on after Halloween
This afternoon, SMU Chamber Music hosted a short, lunchtime program of chamber music to showcase music students studying at Meadows. The event was free for parents, teachers, students and community members alike and was held in the Taubman Atrium in the Owen Arts Center. The Chamber also provided tons of cookies in the spirit of the program theme, “Chamber Music Cookie Concert.”
The program featured many different instruments including the harp, French horn, piano, violin and cello, among many others. Each group performed between three and four classical pieces.
“The lunchtime program is great, because music students get a chance to perform solos and group pieces in an informal atmosphere,” said Matt Alberts, Artist in Residence of and Director of Chamber Music. “The students have worked really hard, and I am pleased to introduce them.”
The Meadows Division of Music at SMU is internationally recognized for its award-winning students, renowned performing ensembles, and distinguished faculty of performers, composers, and scholars. Check out the website to follow what Meadows music students are doing.