Buies Creek, N.C. –Senza Misura is an Italian musical term meaning “without measure” or “beyond compare.” In the hands of master musicians Catherine LeGrand and Kenneth Griggthe phrase becomes even more emphatic. The renowned flutist LeGrand and pianist Grigg will perform in concert as part of Campbell University’s Artist Performance Series on Tuesday, March 15, at 8 p.m. in Scott Concert Hall of the Taylor Bott Rogers Fine Arts Building. Tickets are free and the concert is open to the public.
Catherine LeGrand is a performer, clinician and teacher who has been involved in a music career for over 25 years. She maintains an internationally respected private flute studio comprised of students from beginners to professionals, while maintaining a busy personal appearance schedule as a soloist, recording artist, chamber musician and traveling pedagogue. LeGrand is also an adjunct professor of flute at Campbell. LeGrand and Grigg have been performing together since 1991, and their concerts have been described as “buoyant,” “scintillating” and “transcendent.” While performing virtually all standard repertoire for flute and piano, Senza Misura also focuses on lesser-known composers creating eclectic and specialized concert programs.
LeGrand and Grigg will perform a program featuring the works of French composer Henri Dutilleux, George Frederic Handel, Béla Bartók, and modern classical composer Verne Reynolds.
“Don’t miss this evening of wonderful music,” said Dr. Ran Whitley, head of the Campbell University Division of Fine Arts.