The University Chamber Music Series of the Virginia Tech Department of Music presents Romanticism Revisited on Sunday, April 11 at 3 p.m. in the Squires Recital Salon.

This concert of chamber music by master composers showcases members of the Virginia Tech Music Department faculty.

The performance includes Telemann’s Trio Sonata for Two Flutes and Continuo, Schumann’s Five Pieces in Folk Style for Cello and Piano Op. 102, Brahms’ Four Serious Songs (Vier ernste Gesänge) Op. 121. Caplet’s Reverie et Petite Valse for flute and piano, Ferguson’s Confronting Inertia, and two movements from Samuel Barber’s Souvenirs for Piano Four-Hands Op. 28.

Performers include John Adler, trumpet; Dwight Bigler, piano; James Bryant, harpsichord; Tracy Cowden, piano; Elizabeth Crone and David Jacobsen, flutes; John Husser, bassoon; Theodore Sipes, baritone; and Alan Weinstein, cello.

Tickets are $15 general / $10 senior / $5 student and are available at the University Unions and Student Activities Box Office in Squires Student Center. To order tickets, call (540) 231-5615 or visit the box office online.

Free parking is available in the Squires Lot, located at the corner of College Avenue and Otey Street, or the Shultz Hall Lot, located off Alumni Drive near the North Main Street campus entrance. Find more parking information online or call (540) 231-3200.

Virginia Tech’s School of Performing Arts and Cinema is a unit within the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences. It is comprised of the Department of Music and the Department of Theatre and Cinema. The school’s mission is to elevate awareness and expand the impact of the shared creative experience through discovery, learning, and engagement. In addition to presenting over 200 theatre productions, music recitals, and concerts each year, the school produces a week-long celebration of the arts known as ArtsFusion, the annual Summer Arts Festival, and maintains the university's artist registry.

Written by Dor Atkinson, of Blacksburg, Va. Atkinson is a second year Master of Fine Arts candidate in the directing and public dialogue programming the Department of Theatre and Cinema in the in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences.