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USU Percussion Ensemble to perform in Price Aud


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Utah State University's Percussion Ensemble will bring its show to the campuses of both USU Eastern and USU Uintah Basin this month. The ensemble will perform in Price, Roosevelt, and Vernal. Admission is free and open to the public. 

The Price performance will be at 7:30 p.m. on March 29 at the Price Civic Auditorium and is co-sponsored by Price City Culture Connection.

The Vernal performance will be at 7:00 p.m. on March 30 at Vernal Middle School.  

  The Roosevelt performance will be at Union High School during a daytime assembly on March 30.

The performances will be under the direction of Dr. Jason Nicholson, USU assistant professor and director of the percussion program. Five Caine College of the Arts Music Department students will be performing: Emily Ashcroft, Bryan Carpenter, Doug Deakin, Dan Fields, and Betsy Nelson.

  Following the evening performances in both Price and Vernal, there will be a reception giving community members a chance to meet the performers and enjoy light refreshments.

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