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Student recitals to take place Friday

Three student recitals will take place Sunday on the South Dakota State campus. The performances include:

Matthew Dulas, Senior, Pipestone, Minnesota

7 p.m., Founders Recital Hall at the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center

Dulas has been a member of the tuba and euphonium quartet, trios, wind symphony, The Pride of the Dakotas, jazz band, Statesmen, concert choir, orchestra and concert band. His primary instrument is the euphonium.

Program contents will include works from Philip Sparke, J.S. Bach, James Naigus, Scott Sutherland, Ardeshir Farah. He will be assisted by Xuan Kuang and Jaime O’Neill on the piano, Andrew Deaver on the trombone, Stephen Osterberg on the bass, Isaac Pham on the drums, Nick Lange on the euphonium, and Jacob Smiloff, Travis Sharm, Adam Clancy and Caden Sivertsen on the tuba.

Grace Wilford, Junior, Brandon

4 p.m., Founders Recital Hall at the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center

Wilford is a soprano and has been involved with the concert choir, Choralia, The Pride of the Dakotas and Hop-Appella.

Her program contents will include “I Attempt From Love’s Sickness to Fly” by Henry Purcell; “Go ‘Way From My Window” and “The Lass From The Low Countree” by John Jacob Niles; “Giulio Cesare” (Recit. E pur cosí in un giorno and Aria: Piangeró la sorte mia) by George Frideric Handel; “Muss es eine Trennung” and “Wie Melodien Zieht es Mir” by Johannes Brahms; and “Lakmé” (Duo Des Fleurs) by. Léo Delibes.

Lizzy Riley, Senior, Yankton

4 p.m., Founders Recital Hall at the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center

Riley is a soprano and has participated with Choralia, the opera workshop and Hop-Appella. Her recital will include music by Bach, F. P. Tosti, Léo Delibes, David Fletcher and Rob Gardner.

All recitals are free and open to the public. Questions may be directed to the music department at 605-688-5187.