Two music majors will perform their senior recitals this week at Sterling United Presbyterian Church. Victoria Miller, a vocal performance major, will perform her recital at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6. Perry Hadduck, an applied instrumental major in classical guitar, will perform his recital at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 7. Receptions will follow both recitals, and the public is invited to attend.
Miller, of Honey Grove, Pa., will sing pieces in Italian, German and French, perform a selection of musical theatre pieces. She will end the recital with a piece in tribute to her late cousin, Anja Miller, who was killed in a car accident this past semester. Several fellow musicians will join Miller for parts of the recital; Taylor Stucky of Pretty Prairie, Kan., will accompany on flute, Reid Goffigon of San Carlos, Calif., on guitar, and vocalists Mark Clark, assistant professor of music, Taylor Fair of Sterling, Kan., John Miller of West Jordan, Utah, and Abbey Pickering of Clearwater, Kan. Miller is the daughter of Harold Dean and Ruth Miller.
Hadduck, of McPherson, Kan., will perform a variety of classical guitar music, including an arrangement of Bach’s Minuet in G and music of famous Spanish and Italian composers Fernando Sor, Francisco Tarrega, Ferdinando Carulli and Matteo Carcassi. He is the son of Kevin and Linda Hadduck.