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Gustavus Viola Ensemble

By The Weekly Staff | May 9, 2014 | variety

Kendra Frey and Elizabeth Fröden are part of the String Quartet that will perform. Submitted

Kendra Frey and Elizabeth Fröden are part of the String Quartet that will perform. Submitted

On Sunday, May 10, at 5:30 p.m., the Bjorling Recital Hall will be filled with the music of Gustavus’ own Corda String Quartet. The Quartet is composed of Sophomore Kendra Frey, Sophomore Elizabeth Fröden, Sophomore Karin Dye, and Senior Helen Wauck.

This performance will feature  works by Dvorak, Persichetti, and Shostakovich. Free and open to the public, the ensemble will perform works including Air by Bach and The Viola Fight Song.

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