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KU music professor Stephanie Zelnick performs in quartet

Monday, February 15, 2010

Stephanie Zelnick, KU assistant professor of clarinet, is part of a group called the Ad Astra Clarinet Quartet, formed by four clarinet professors to do outreach in Kansas and communities throughout the United States. The quartet will perform at the Midwest ClariFest in April. We were recently selected to perform for communities throughout Kansas 2011-2013. Along with Professor Zelnick, other members of this group include: Tod Kersteter, Rachell Goter, and Jeff Pelischek.


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