Bassoonist Kirsten Boldt will return to the Music at St. Marks concert series for her sixth annual free Bassoon and Friends concert.

Bassoonist Kirsten Boldt will return to the Music at St. Marks concert series for her sixth annual free Bassoon and Friends concert.

The concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 28, at St. Marks Episcopal Church, Fifth and Oakdale, Medford.

Joining Boldt will be Margaret Evans, organ; Laurie Hunter, piano; Barbara Evans O'Donnell, alto; and Debra Harris, flute.

The concert will feature music by Beethoven, Mignone, Telemann and Phillips.

This past summer Boldt was featured in the opening concert of the 2007 International Double Reed Society Conference, performing in duet with London oboist, Gordon Hunt. The two premiered a Jacob Banks' composition.

A graduate of Ashland High School, Boldt is a doctoral candidate in bassoon performance and pedagogy at University of Colorado in Boulder. She holds degrees from Ithaca College and San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

Boldt teaches music at Metropolitan State College of Denver, and serves as operations/personnel manager for the Fort Collins Symphony. In addition, she works as a free-lance bassoonist and private instructor of bassoon in the Greater Denver area.

A reception will follow in the church's Parish Hall.

Call 858-8037.