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“A Jazzy Atmosphere" with Dr. Veronica Mascaro (Flute) and Patrick Harms (Piano)

“A Jazzy Atmosphere" with Dr. Veronica Mascaro (Flute) and Patrick Harms (Piano)

Location: Larksfield Place Auditorium

Address: 7373 East 29th St. North

Saturday, February 29 2020 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Veronica E. Mascaro, flutist, is a former Teaching Fellow at the University of North Texas, where she was a doctoral student under the tutelage of Dr. James Scott and Professor Terri Sundberg. Ms. Mascaro is a past member of the North Texas Wind Symphony and current member and librarian with the Lone Star Wind Orchestra.
Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ms. Mascaro continues her east coast relationship with her memberships in the Kennett Symphony Orchestra, the Cantatica Chamber Orchestra, and the Bel Canto Orchestra. She performs and publishes with the Mascaro-Newman Flute and Guitar Duo Internationally, Veronica has served as faculty member for the Ameropa International Chamber Music and Solo Master Class Festival in Prague and the ChamberArtChamber Festival in Madrid, Spain. Locally, Veronica is flute teacher at Flower Mound High School, Lewisville High School, McKinney North High School, Shadow Ridge Middle School, Maus Middle School, and Lakeview Middle School. She conducts the McKinney Community Concert Band Flute Choir and Plano East High School Flute Choir.

Patrick Harms is a Wichita area organist and pianist. He began piano lessons in 2nd grade and organ lessons in 7th grade. While a senior in high school, he was runner-up in the KMTA Honors auditions for piano. Patrick studied piano and organ at Wichita State University. While there he won the Imbler Piano Competition and the American Guild of Organists Wichita Chapter Regional Competition for Young Organists. As a freshman, he was invited to the prestigious Yale Organ Week to study with some of the best organ teachers in the country. Patrick has been a church musician since the age of 14, playing at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, First Baptist Church, Adorers of the Blood of Christ Convent, and, currently, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. He studied piano with Paige Cress and Julie Bees and organ with
Anna Jeter and Lynne Davis.