From McCray to Carnegie Hall

<h2> Michael Bauer | reporter </h2> Carnegie Hall is the ultimate dream for any master of music, and two Pittsburg State faculty members are living it. Patrick Howle, instructor of music, and Reena Natenberg, associate professor of music, performed at New York City’s famed concert center on Jan. 22. Howle sang a solo with Natenberg on the piano. “It was an awesome experience,” Natenberg said. “It’s a stunningly beautiful place. Probably the best concert hall in the world.” Howle and Natenberg played several pieces by French composer Francois Poulenc. These renditions are featured on their recent album, sponsored by the Kansas Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts. “It was released in conjunction…