If you have ever walked through the Creative Arts Center then you know that something enjoyable is happening around every corner. If you’re lucky, you can even catch an impromptu concert.
Bill Jobert, lecturer of bassoon and coordinator of music education, led half a dozen students in a bassoon concert that filled the Creative Arts Center will wonderful sounds.
“This was my first ever public setting playing bassoon,” said Johnathan Baldwin, a music education major. “It was nerve-racking, but I definitely enjoyed it.”
“This gives us a chance to play in front of people. It doesn’t matter if we mess up,” said Jobert.
If you missed the 30-minute impromptu concert and want to hear the sounds of this incredible instrument, Wright State will celebrate International Bassoon Day on Oct 12.