Providence Chamber Music Series
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About The Event
Events are free and open to the public.
A brief history: This series began informally in 1978 as Symphony musicians sought opportunities to perform the great chamber music works for members of the community who share this passion. In 1982, Providence United Methodist Church’s Music Director David Stoke offered us the use of their sanctuary for these performances. Since 1995, Lori Tiberio has been the Artistic Director for the series, which offers chamber music performances by CSO musicians and their friends, as well as choral concerts by the PUMC Choir.
October 28, 2018 Music of the Twentieth Century
CSO oboist Erica Cice perform Benjamin Britten’s Temporal Variations (1936) for oboe and piano with Queens University Professor of Music Paul Nitsch
CSO clarinetists Allan Rosenfeld and Samuel Sparrow offer Francis Poulenc’s Sonata for Two Clarinets(1918)
Charlotte Symphony’s Assistant Concertmaster Kari Giles and pianist Tomoko Deguchi present John Adams’ Road Movies (1995).
The Charlotte Mandolin and Guitar Quintet perform music of Vlado Sunko, Peter Ostroushko and Fritz Kreisler. The quintet features Don Tison, Jane Hart Brendle and Leigh Marsh, mandolins; Nick Lampo, mando-cello and violoncello; and Troy Conn, guitar.