Hennen to Present Junior Recital at SWOSU


Southwestern Oklahoma State University music student Enid Hennen of Tecumseh will present a junior percussion recital on Sunday, April 20, on the Weatherford campus.

The SWOSU Music Department is sponsoring the recital on Sunday, April 20, at 7 p.m. in Room 101 of the Music Building on the SWOSU campus. Admission is free, and the public is invited to attend.

Hennen will be performing Nancy by Emmanuel Sejourné on marimba; Beneath the Canopy by Philip Parker with multi-percussion and flute duet with Mollie Baker, a senior music therapy major; Michi by Keiko Abe, on marimba; and Quartz City by David Johnson, a vibraphone concerto with percussion ensemble featuring Jason Johnston, Jonathan Anzaldua, Erich Spaeth, Lance Longhorn and Andrew Hatch.

Hennen is a 2005 graduate of Tecumseh High School and the daughter of Rex and Caryl Hennen and Dianne Wishard. She is the student of David Bessinger of the SWOSU music faculty.