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Email Announcements Received Today:

1) Brass Chamber Ensembles Perform Nov. 18

An evening of brass chamber music will be presented Nov. 18 by Appalachian State University”s Hayes School of Music. The program begins at 8 p.m. in Broyhill Music Center”s Rosen Concert Hall. Admission is free. A trombone quartet will perform Gershwin”s “Summertime” and Alan Menken”s “Under the Sea.” A trumpet, horn trombone and tuba ensemble will perform Bach”s “Fugue in E-Flat Major,” Samuel Barber”s “Adagio” and Malcolm Arnold”s “Quintet.” Other compositions on the program are the fanfare from Paul Dukas” “La Peri” and the first movement from Victor Ewald”s “Brass Quintet No. 1, Op. 5.”

2) Business Development Seminar Held Nov. 18

A Business Development Seminar for women-owned small business and economically disadvantaged women owned small businesses will be held Nov. 18 from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. at 130 Poplar Grove Rd. Connector in Boone. The keynote speaker will be Carole McLeod, owner of Advantage Waste Recycling and Disposal, Inc. Cost is free nbso to attend by registration is required at 828-345-1110. This two hour workshop is designed to help companies understand the Women-Owned Small Businesses and Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Businesses programs and how companies can compete for government contracts. We encourage participation from any and all companies regardless of their designation.

3) Treble Choir and Jazz Vocal Ensemble Perform Nov. 17

The public is invited to a Nov. 17 performance by the Appalachian Treble Choir and the Appalachian Jazz Vocal Ensemble. The 8 p.m. performance will be held in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall at Appalachian State University. The treble choir is directed by Dr. Priscilla Porterfield. The choir will perform the processional from “Jubilate Deo,” “Lift Thine Eyes to the Mountains” from Mendelssohn’s “Elijah,” “Fauré’s “Messe Basse” and “How Lovely Are They Dwellings” by Samual Liddle. The singers also will perform Dr. Keith McCutchen’s “Domine Deus” from “Jazz Vespers,” the traditional South African composition “Ungithatha La” and John Rutter’s “God be in my Head.”   McCutchen also directs the jazz vocal ensemble.