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Posted on: March 21, 2022

[ARCHIVED] ‘Journey’ into spring March 28 with Stones River Chamber Players' free concert

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MTSU’s Stones River Chamber Players are celebrating the "Journey" of spring Monday, March 28, in a free concert featuring works by European and American composers to conclude their season of “Music in Motion.” 


The acclaimed faculty ensemble-in-residence’s free performance begins at 8 p.m. Central March 28 in Hinton Hall inside the School of Music’s Wright Music Building, located at 1439 Faulkinberry Drive in Murfreesboro.  


Guests are encouraged to wear masks and follow social distancing measures for their safety and comfort inside Hinton Hall during the concert.

Music lovers who can’t attend in person can enjoy the ensemble’s MTSU Arts performance online at


The program for the spring finale concert features: 

• Hungarian composer Frigyes Hidas’ Trio for horn, trombone and tuba. 

• Russian composer Anton Arensky’s Suite No. 1, Op. 15 for two pianos. 

• American composer and pianist Frederic Rzewski’s Three Pieces for soprano saxophone, trombone and piano. 

• American composer Randall Thompson’s Trio for oboe, clarinet and viola. 

• American composer, trombonist and educator Doug S. Bristol’s Five Miniatures for trombone, tenor saxophone and piano. 


The Stones River Chamber Players’ membership this season includes pianists Richard Blumenthal, Adam Clark, Eunbyol Ko, Arun Nadgir and Joseph Walker; Chris Combest on tuba; oboist David Cyzak; violinist Andrea Dawson; horn player Angela DeBoer; percussionists Christopher Dye and Brian Mueller; flutist Deanna Little; trombonist David Loucky; vocalists Will Perkins and H. Stephen Smith; and clarinetist Todd Waldecker


Combest and Waldecker have served as the group’s co-directors this season. Paul Osterfield is the faculty composer. 


More information on the Stones River Chamber Players is available at  


For details on more MTSU School of Music performances, call 615-898-2493 or visit and click on the "Events Calendar" button. 

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