Works to be performed are the recent “Phoenix” for horn and piano by Anthony DiLorenzo; the premiere of a new work for flute and percussion by UIndy alum Lamont; and classic jazz from Mendoza and Tucker.
Thweatt and Martin will conclude the program with a World War II-era classic of Sergei Prokofiev, the Sonata in D major for flute and piano, Op. 94.
Another free concert on the school’s cultural calendar is an evening of chamber music at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27, at the center. The program will feature Austin Hartman, Sarah Page, Dennis McCafferty, Richard Ratliff, Pamela French, Mark Ortwein, Nemanja Ostoich and Paul Berns performing classic modernism, the whimsy of George Crumb and an epic work by Franz Schubert.
Info: 788-3251 or www.uindy.edu/arts.