Sunday, November 5, 2017 ar 3:00 p.m.

(Little) Baker Chapel, McDaniel College

“Brass in Baker”

The concert will feature the McDaniel College Faculty Brass Quintet

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Chamber Music on the Hill, in residence at McDaniel College, presents the McDaniel College Faculty Brass Quintet performing classical and pop music favorites from Bach to the Beatles.

Musical selections will include pieces composed by McDaniel alumni and current McDaniel faculty.

The McDaniel College Faculty Brass Quintet includes music lecturers Nick Reider on trumpet and Lynne Griffith on French horn,

and trombonist David Motter, an adjunct lecturer in social work, as well as trumpeter Todd Butler and tuba player Jeff Hiner.

Sunday, March 4, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.

The Forum in Decker College Center, McDaniel College

“McDaniel Music Faculty”

The concert will feature David Kreider & Don Horneff, piano; Linda Kirkpatrick, flute; David Duree, clarinet; Mindy Niles, oboe;

Lynne Griffith, French horn, Jon Seligman, percussion, Alex Weber, bass; Rob Sarois, bassoon

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Faculty in the Music Department of McDaniel College are not only excellent teachers, they are also outstanding performers and instrumentalists.

For our third concert of the season, CMOTH is proud to showcase the enormous collaborative talents of this dedicated group of musicians.

This concert will feature a variety of musical styles and works: piano duo, woodwind ensembles and works with woodwinds and piano. Not to be missed!

Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

The Theatre in The Scott Center at Carroll Community College

“Cool Night Notes”

The concert will feature Lawrence Stromberg, cello and Matthew Brower, piano

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Cellist Lawrence Stomberg enjoys a wide-ranging career as soloist, chamber musician and pedagogue. He is Professor of Cello at the University of Delaware,

and he performs at venues across the United States as a member of the acclaimed Serafin String Quartet.

Matthew Brower is a Philadelphia-based pianist, coach, and educator who brings vision and sensitivity to a variety of genres, from classical piano, chamber music, opera, and art song to musical theatre and jazz.

He is Lecturer of Piano at Washington College and a member of 6-wire, a trio with violin and erhu acclaimed for its mixture of Eastern and Western styles.