Gunn Memorial Library in Washington will present a program of classical piano music with Will Duchon June 12 at 6:30 p.m.

The musician will perform under the Mowbray ceiling mural in the historic Wykeham Room of the Wykeham Road library.

Duchon's selections will include favorite works from some of the most celebrated classical composers, including Frederic Chopin, Johannes Brahams and Maurice Ravel.

After having been twice declared a semifinalist in the Concert Artists Guild competitions in New York, Duchon has performed extensively in the New York Metropolitan area.

He was the winner of the 1990 Artists International Young Musicians Auditions, and made his professional debut at Carnegie Recital Hall that year. Duchon has also appeared as soloist with several orchestras in Florida, Mexico and most recently, The Danbury Symphony.

He has been a broadcaster for WMNR Fine Arts Radio since 2004, and currently serves as music director for Monroe Congregational Church.

For more about Duchon, visit www.willduchon.com.