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A-State professor Dr. Stephanie Hoeckley discusses tapas and flutes for faculty recital

 Dr. Stephanie Hoeckley is the Assistant Professor of Flute for the A-State Department of Music.
Arkansas State University
Dr. Stephanie Hoeckley is the Assistant Professor of Flute for the A-State Department of Music.

On Thursday, September 29 in Riceland Hall of the Fowler Center on the A-State campus in Jonesboro, Dr. Stephanie Hoeckley will present a faculty recital. Hoeckley is an Assistant Professor of Flute with the A-State Department of Music.

Hoeckley speaks to Marty Scarborough about how her choice between taking Home Economics and Band led to her playing the flute over the next 20 years. She also gives insight into what to expect for her recital and how it relates to tapas.

Learn more about her recital at astate.edu.

Marty Scarbrough has worked at KASU since 1992, and he serves as program director, overseeing the station’s content. Marty is a graduate of Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky, and he has produced and hosted programs of classical music, jazz, bluegrass, and blues music. He also oversees KASU’s Bluegrass Monday concert series. When not at work, Marty loves spending time with his wife and his three sons, and he enjoys attending concerts of many different styles of music.
A Northeast Arkansas native from Wynne, I’ve been involved with radio for about 15 years. I got my Bachelor of Arts degree from Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, where I also served as an award-winning News Director for 2 years at KSWH-LP.