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Performance by the Lawson Ensemble

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Sunday, December 4, 2022, at 3:00 p.m. 
UNF Recital Hall, Fine Arts Center 
Parking is free in Fine Arts Center Garage 

The Lawson Ensemble will perform Mozart’s Flute Quartet in D Major and Mendelssohn’s amazing E flat Major String Octet, led by world-renowned violinist Scott Yoo. Yoo is a conductor and hosts the PBS TV series, Now Hear This. He will be performing on a Stradivarius violin. This concert is also in collaboration with members of the Jacksonville Symphony, flutist Alice Dade, as well as Dr. Nick Curry’s former cello professor from Vanderbilt, Grace Bahng Gavin. 

This concert is free and open to the public. Registration is requested with a suggested donation of $10 per person:

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About the Lawson Ensemble

The Lawson Ensemble is a group of three musicians including UNF’s Dr. Nick Curry on the cello, violinist Aurica Duca, and violinist/violist Clinton Dewing. The group began playing concerts at UNF in 2013 and officially formed the Lawson Ensemble in 2015. The ensemble performs five concerts a year at UNF, including one which incorporates UNF student choral ensembles led by Dr. Cara Tasher.

With the help of many gracious donors, the Lawson Ensemble is able to bring guest musicians to the university’s campus. The Lawson Ensemble has collaborated many times with Jacksonville Symphony musicians, the Ritz Chamber Players, the Adderbury Ensemble from England and many other musicians.