The Connecticut Symphonic Winds, under the baton of Charles Brian DePaul, will present its last performance of the 2012-13 season on Saturday, May 11, at 7:30 p.m. at Roger Ludlowe Middle School Theater, 689 Unquowa Road, following a recital by the Connecticut Flute Ensemble at 7 p.m.

The program, "Made in America," will feature American composers and American wind music. It will also include a piano soloist for the first time in the ensemble's 26-year history.

As part of the concert, pianist Jeehyun Kim will perform "Rhapsody in Blue" and the group's latest multimedia project, Philip Sparke's "Sunrise at Angel's Gate," with images of Angel's Gate in the Grand Canyon.

Kim, born in Seoul, South Korea, and living in Connecticut, holds a master's degree in music from the Hartt School of Music in West Hartford.

She is the music director of the Calvary Korean Evangelical Free Church and choir accompanist at Seymour High School. She has been with the Connecticut Symphonic Winds since 2011 as resident keyboardist, and also plays mallets with the ensemble's percussion section.

Admission to the concert is free.

Call 203-386-1625 or visit for information.