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From left, counterclockwise: Composers Kevin Day, Florence Price, and Ludwig von Beethoven.

Mount Vernon Music journeys back in time in a performance of "The Golden Twenties" at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, October 16, in the Mount Vernon Music Association Performance Hall. The concert includes music from three centuries — the 2020s, 1920s, and 1820s. 

Selections include beautiful works for strings and flute by Kevin Day and Andrey Rubtsov from the 2020s. Songs by Silvestre Revueltas and Hugo Wolf and compositions String Quartet in G major by Florence Price and Nocturne and Scherzo by Arthur Foote are from the 1920s. Ludwig van Beethoven's Grosse Fuge op. 133 from the 1820s concludes the concert.

Featured performers are baritone James Rodriguez and flutist Julee Kim Walker. String players include Mark Miller and Marina Dichenko on violin; Ute Miller on viola; and Laura Ospina on cello.

Tickets to the Sunday performance are $20 for adults and $10 for MVM members. Tickets for college students are $5 with a college ID and K-12 students are admitted free. Students in the eighth grade and younger must be accompanied by an adult ticket holder.

MVM also brings the "Golden Twenties" to the Van Cliburn Hall at Texas Christian University at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 17. The hall is located inside the TCU Music Center at 2900 W. Lowden Street in Fort Worth.

A third performance takes place at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, October 19, at the Finney Concert Hall at Texas A&M University-Commerce, located at 1614 TX-24 in Commerce. 

MVM is located at 402 Leftwich St. For information and tickets call (903) 563-3780 or visit www.mountvernonmusic.org

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