East Central University will host an Instrumental Chamber Ensembles concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Ataloa Theatre of the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center.

The concert is free and open to the public.

Numerous student chamber ensembles will be performing, including the ECU Flute Ensemble, two saxophone quartets, a clarinet quartet and quintet and a brass ensemble.

The 3 out of 4 Saxophone Quartet includes Abigail Hardage of Washington, Oklahoma; Shelby Hubbard of Chelsea; Anthony Smith, Moore; and Chance Van Sandt, Foyil.

Making up the ECU Flute Ensemble are Van Sandt; Flora Knight, Wynnewood; Anna Parker, Pauls Valley; Kassie Batt, Dale; Kayleigh Abraham, Abilene, Texas; and Daelyn Smith, Stigler.

The Classy Clairies (clarinet quartet) consists of Christina Bordeaux, Elgin; Kayle Humphreys, Beggs; Jasmine Johnson, Moore; Katie Rogers, Checotah; and Chance Zernicek, Longtown.

The Saxtyniners (saxophone quartet) includes Tyler Macon, Clayton; TK Garrett, Moore; Alex Sprenger, Owasso; and Dillon Stephens, Norman.

Members of High Intensity Clarinet Quartet 2.0 (HICQ2.0) are Krysta Brown, Prague; Colton Groover, Oklahoma City; Sarah Sanford, Ada; and Mikayla Wright.

The ECU Brass Choir consists of Seth Hampton, trumpet, Poteau; Tyler Manifold, trumpet, Poteau; Jonathan Knight, horn, Tecumseh; Lillian Palmer, horn, Elgin; Kellan Brown, trombone, Sulphur; Landon Wheelock, trombone, Davis; Jacob Moses, euphonium, Okemah; Sam McKenzie, euphonium, Lindsay; Sean Jesse, euphonium, Ada; Kelin Parrish, tuba, Comanche; and Tony Thoma, tuba, Tecumseh.

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Eric Swanson is the City Hall and general assignment reporter for The Ada News. He spent 15 years working at the Dodge City Daily Globe in Dodge City, Kansas, before joining The Ada News’ staff in 2012.