The Chatham Chorale presents a concert of the music of Stanford, Haydn, Schubert, and Handel.
I will be performing with pianist, Art McManus for this post-Patriots game concert. Music of Bach, Marcello, Fauré, Lane, Piazzolla, and more! Suggested donation $20.00
The open concert of the Chatham Music Club features members, including myself, presenting "Classical Showstoppers"!
An all-French program given by members of the Chatham Music Club and the winner of the CMC Scholarship Competition. I'll be doing a movement of the Poulenc Sonata with pianist, Maury Castro.
Presented by the Chatham Chorale, I will be in the orchestra for this one!
Each month the Chatham Music Club has it's "meeting", AKA House Concert for members and guests. I think I'll play a duet with Beth Taylor, on recorders, as well as something with classical guitarist Jim Skinger this go around. If you'd like to fine out more about the Club, visit www.chathammusicclub.org
I'll be playing for the 10:00AM service.
An all-Schubert program! I'll be playing the Arpeggione Sonata in A minor.
Candalma: A Service of light and joy, with communion featuring Mozart's Missa Brevis in C Major
Please join us for a concert of music for flute and piano with flutist, LeeAnn McKenna, and pianist, Maury Castro. They will be presenting the music of Mendelssohn, Delibés, Haydn, Mozart, Barber, Mouquet, and Faure. Special guests Barbara Reed, soprano, Christian Holleck, cello, and Joanna Holleck, flute will be featured. Suggested donation $10.00
Please join us for the 11th Annual “Season of Lights” concert. Flamingo, Thai dancers, Japanese jazz, and more will start the Winter season off on a grand note. I will be performing with Thousand Waves, and perhaps a bit more here and there!
The concert is free, but we hope you’ll donate to help cover the expense associated with a program of this nature. And of course, we will have representatives from local charities like the Transitional School for homeless kids.
Dear Friends, Saturday November 18th Casa Della Zisa Presents: Thousand Waves' "West Meets East" Concert. The eclectic program will include Japanese koto music by Sawai as well as the music of Mozart, Pujol, Barrios, Ponce, and Roland Dyens. Special guest performer Shigemi Getter will join Yukiko Vossen in duo koto performance. I will be returning to Portland to perform some new works with koto and guitar. The program will include solo guitar works from Peter Zisa's soon to be released CD. Hope you can join us. To reserve a seat e-mail email@example.com
I'll be the guest performer for the Classical Open Mic's October gathering. Quantz, Mozart, Kennan, and Bouquet will be on the program, and perhaps Debussy and Varese if time permits!
A fun concert with a variety of music and performers, all members of the Chatham Music Club.
The best and brightest Mid-Cape keyboard musicians will present an afternoon of outstanding classical music April 30 at the Chatham Congregational Church. Joe Marchio, Maury Castro, Art McManus, Lucy Banner, Anne Perrault, Janice Mills, Josette Goff, Rebecca LeDuc and others will present a program ranging from Brahms, Debussy and Chopin to Scott Joplin on piano and organ. Other musicians, including Sarah Marchio on bagpipes, Christian Holleck on cello and LeeAnn McKenna on flute will join these stars in a series of duets. It promises to be a varied and exciting program.
The concert benefits the Chatham Music Club’s scholarship fund. Every year, the Club holds a scholarship competition to support accomplished local students in their classical music studies. Since 2001, the Club has awarded over $30,000 in scholarships.
Suggested donation is $15 at the door; a reception for all follows the concert. The First Congregational Church of Chatham, which is handicap accessible, is on Main Street in Chatham at the rotary. Parking is available on Main Street or the large parking lot behind the Orpheum Theater.
Come enjoy this spring musical event presented by our local professional and top amateur classical keyboard musicians.
I will be joining Cantor Ida Rae Cahana and guitarist Peter Zisa for a concert of Sephardic and Spanish music.