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Trio of talented MSU musicians to perform in Jan. 18 concert

January 7, 2013


Violinist Angella Ahn (from left), soprano Elizabeth Croy and pianist Julie Gosswiller, all members of the MSU School of Music faculty, will perform together in "From America to Paris and Back," a concert set Jan. 18 at MSU. Photo courtesy of Julie Gosswiller.   High-Res Available

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Angella Ahn, Elizabeth Croy and Julie Gosswiller, all members of the Montana State University School of Music faculty, will perform in a concert, "From America to Paris and Back," at 7:30 Friday, Jan. 18, at Reynolds Recital Hall.

The trio, which includes Gosswiller on the piano, Ahn on the violin and soprano Croy, will perform works by Samuel Barber, Robert Mucynski, Chopin, Ravel and Eric Whitacre.

Gosswiller has taught at the MSU School of Music for 11 years and has collaborated with Croy for almost 20 years. The two have traveled the world competing and promoting the art song genre.

In addition to teaching at MSU, Ahn is a member of the acclaimed Ahn Trio which has performed in venues throughout the world. Last year the trio performed at the White House for a state dinner with the presidents and first ladies of the U.S. and South Korea. Since Ahn joined the MSU School of Music faculty three years ago, Ahn and Gosswiller have performed numerous concerts, most recently two triple concerts with the Great Falls Symphony in October.

Tickets to "From America to Paris and Back" are $10 for general admission, $5 for students, and are available at the door.

Reynolds Recital Hall is in Howard Hall, home of the MSU School of Music. It is located across the street from the MSU Duck Ponds.

Whitney Salo (406) 994-4641, Whitney.Salo@montana.edu