ROCK ME, AMADEUS: Michigan Law's Classical Music Society, a student-run organization that brings faculty and students together to perform some of the world's most beautiful music, presented another of its increasingly popular Bach's Lunch programs in the Lawyers Club Lounge this month. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was on the program this time, first with selections from his Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in A Major, and secondly with his Flute Quartet in D Major. The quintet featured clarinetist Brian Chang, violinists Richard Pan and Benjamin Bodnar, Professor Susan Crawford on viola, and cellist Alex Sarch. The quartet featured Professor Margaret Jane Radin on flute, Nathan Simington on violin, Richard Inkyu Kim on viola, and an encore performance by Alex Sarch on cello.
Listen to recordings from the Bach's Lunch performance.
| Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in A Major
| Flute Quartet in D Major
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