This afternoon I'm looking forward to performing with several of my colleagues in Elizabeth Richter's harp recital (3 PM in Sursa Hall, free and open to the public!). The program begins with a piece by William Grant Still for string quartet, piano, and harp. It's a very pleasant work! In addition to that, I am performing on Ravel's Introduction and Allegro for string quartet, flute, clarinet, and harp. It's an amazingly beautiful piece with a luscious cello solo towards the beginning that seems was written for Dr. Peter Opie. He plays it so beautifully! I don't know what else is on the program, but knowing how well Elizabeth plays, I know it will be a very lovely afternoon.