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The 442s receive a standing O from 'Shuck Recital Hall' audience / Arrow

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The Sundays at Three series invited The 442s, an acoustics quintet that plays music in unique fashions and different ways, to play at Shuck Recital Hall on Sunday, March 8. The 442s are made up of Adam Maness - who plays a variety of instruments, such as guitar, piano and melodics, as well as vocals - Shawn Well on violin, Michael Casimir on viola, Bjorn Ranheim on cello and Bob DeBoo on bass. The musical ensemble played all original music. The songs combined characteristics of jazz, classical, folk and pop music. The 442s received a standing ovation from the audience, including professor of upper strings, Sophia Han, who complimented the music. "I loved it. It's different from what we usually host in the Shuck Recital Hall," Han said. "Because it's not in the classical genre, which I love and think it brings a different vibe and energy to the campus."

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