Faculty Recital: Andreas Oeste, oboe, and Melody Quah, piano
UNIVERSITY PARK (Friday, Jan. 21) – Penn State School of Music faculty Andreas Oeste, oboe, and Melody Quah, piano, present an evening of works based on themes of language and connection at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan.28, in Recital Hall. Admission is Free. The concert is available on the school’s livestream link.
The works on the program make use of language in a variety of ways, incorporating Iranian folk song, Sanskrit runes, Indian lullaby, electronic manipulation of speech, and more. These elements are brought together in this performance, forging emotional connections through the diverse, universal language that is music.
Penn State requires that masks be worn in all University buildings and emphasizes its commitment to cleaning and ventilating its spaces. In addition, the School of Music will work to ensure the safety of its patrons by positioning contactless ticketing kiosks and hand-sanitizing stations throughout the venues. Visit Covid Precautions for more information on the school’s safety protocols.