Pictured above: Eva Farid, music performance senior, accepts flowers at the end of her senior recital. (Kylie Stamper/Staff photographer)

Eva Farid, music performance senior, plays the violin at her senior recital. Farid's recital featured classical and jazz music. (Kylie Stamper/Staff photographer)
Meagan Morrow, theatre junior, and Eli Rodda, marine biology junior, perform in the first selection of Tori Fairbank's, theatre senior, recital. Fairbank's recital featured several of the theatre students and showcased some of her work from the past years. (Kylie Stamper/Staff photographer)
Tori Fairbank, theatre senior, sings at her senior recital. (Kylie Stamper/Staff photographer)
Luke Nicolay, music performance senior, plays the organ with the assistance of Deborah Martin, music senior, at his senior recital. Martin's recital will be on May 5. (Taylor Forrest/Staff reporter)
Troy Fort, psychology sophomore, and Mihaela Evans, biology freshman, play the cello while Ryan Fell, community member, waits at the South Kansas Symphony's 'Prairie Potential' concert on April 24. The concert featured the winners of the concert competition and closed with the symphony's performance of Beethoven’s "Pastoral Symphony." (Taylor Forrest/Staff photographer)

There will be two other senior recitals during the remainder of the semester.

Deborah Martin: 7:30 p.m. May 5 in Richardson Performing Arts Center

Quenton Todd: 1 p.m. April 30 in Messenger Recital Hall

The Jazz Band and Percussion Ensemble will also have a concert at 7 p.m. on April 28 in Messenger Recital Hall.

Taylor Forrest is a sophomore majoring in communication. You may email her at taylor.forrest@sckans.edu.