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Romantic & Regal features flute performance at Coastal

April 20, 2004

ARomantic Music from the 20th Century flute concert will be presented at Coastal Carolina University on Thursday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts. The concert is free and open to the public.

Amy Tully, instructor of music at Coastal, and pianist Winifred Goodwin will perform a variety of romantic solo and chamber works by Otar Taktakishvili, Samuel Barber, Gabriel Faur and Serge Prokofiev. The faculty recital is part of Coastals Cultural Arts Series that continues into May.

Tully earned a bachelors degree in flute performance from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and a masters degree in musicology from Northwestern University. She is pursuing a doctorate in flute performance at the University of South Carolina.

Tully is a member of the Long Bay Symphony and is a frequent freelance performer throughout the Grand Strand area. She has performed with the Wilmington Sea Flutes, Wilmington Symphony Orchestra, Opera House Theatre Company (Wilmington, N.C.), and the Northwestern University Early Music Ensemble. She has been a featured guest soloist in the First Presbyterian Church Concert Series in Myrtle Beach and the Lake City Concert Series.

She has trained with flutists such as Constance G. Lane, Victoria McLamb, Lynne Marks, and Leslie Fagan. Her research background focuses on 20th century American composers. She is a member of the chamber groups Strand Strings and Tidelands Trio. At CCU, Tully directs the Coastal Consort and teaches flute studio and music history and appreciation.

Goodwin is staff accompanist for the University of South Carolina School of Music, and the principle keyboardist with the South Carolina Philharmonic Orchestra since 1982. She has been a featured soloist on a number of programs, including more than 80 performances of Saint-Saen Carnival of the Animals.

For more information, call the Wheelwright Box Office at 349-2502.