The Chamber Ensembles at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith will perform a concert at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21 at The Blue Lion at UAFS Downtown, located at 101 N. 2nd St.


The concert will feature works presented by student musicians in the flute ensemble, saxophone ensemble, woodwind quintet, clarinet quartet, guitar ensemble and brass ensemble.


Dr. Andrew DeBoer, visiting assistant professor of music, said chamber ensembles not only give students the chance to perform music specific to their instrument, but also help develop another facet of their musicianship.


Members of the Chamber Ensembles include:


Alma: Kyle Scott and Timothy Maness.


Booneville: Kyle Jones.


Charleston: Austin Barbee.


Fort Smith: Johnny Andrews, Alyshia Cook, Sawyer Crenshaw, Will Davis, Aaron James, Christian Jones, Christopher Jones, Kaitlin Jones, Katie Jones, Karla Juarez,


Charles Melby, Miranda Pham, Esther Quintanilla and Caitlin Tusing.


Gentry: Justin Hazard and John Lopez.


Greenwood: Dakota Archer, Bryce Langley, Kayla Van Pelt and Holleigh Willis.


Hackett: Winston Turner.


Mulberry: Ginger Jones.


Pine Bluff: Gillian Johnson.


Pocola, Okla.: James Eaton.


Poteau, Okla.: William Newby.


Quinton, Okla.: Jimmy Gee.


Rogers: Brandi Cappello.


Stigler, Okla.: Caleb Drewry.


Van Buren: Beth Duquette and James Patrick Martin.


Winslow: Liam Johnson.


In addition to DeBoer, directors of ensembles include Ginny Hudson, visiting instructor of music; Dr. Christopher Barrick, head of the Department of Music and Theatre; David Holland, music faculty; and Dr. Scott Tomlison, associate professor of music.


The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact DeBoer at 479-788-7544 or andrew.deboer@uafs.edu.