Bassoonist Kirsten Boldt-Neurohr will present her ninth annual Bassoon and Friends concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 28, at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 426 W. Sixth St., Medford. Boldt-Neurohr will be assisted by alto Barbara Evans O'Donnell, oboist Irene Fitch, trombonist John Neurohr, pianist Laurie Ann Hunter and organist Margaret R. Evans. The program will include a baroque piece from the oratorio "Joaz," by Antonio Caldara; "Tango-Nocturne" for bassoon and piano by French bassoonist Mathieu Lussier; "Four Sketches," piece for bassoon, piano and oboe by Peter Hope; and others. A reception will follow the concert. Boldt-Neurohr is based in Ellensburg, Wash., where her husband, John, teaches at Central Washington University. She holds a doctorate of musical arts from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Evans is a professor emeritus of Southern Oregon University and music director at St. Mark's. Admission to the concert is free. Call 541-821-0977.

Bassoonist Kirsten Boldt-Neurohr will present her ninth annual Bassoon and Friends concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 28, at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 426 W. Sixth St., Medford. Boldt-Neurohr will be assisted by alto Barbara Evans O'Donnell, oboist Irene Fitch, trombonist John Neurohr, pianist Laurie Ann Hunter and organist Margaret R. Evans. The program will include a baroque piece from the oratorio "Joaz," by Antonio Caldara; "Tango-Nocturne" for bassoon and piano by French bassoonist Mathieu Lussier; "Four Sketches," piece for bassoon, piano and oboe by Peter Hope; and others. A reception will follow the concert. Boldt-Neurohr is based in Ellensburg, Wash., where her husband, John, teaches at Central Washington University. She holds a doctorate of musical arts from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Evans is a professor emeritus of Southern Oregon University and music director at St. Mark's. Admission to the concert is free. Call 541-821-0977.