CHAMBER MUSIC ON THE HILL

UPCOMING CONCERTS


Sunday, September 23, 2018, 3:00 pm

The Forum, McDaniel College, Westminster, MD 21157

"Piano with Strings Attached"

- Reception following the performance

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David Kreider, Piano
David Kreider, on the McDaniel College Music Faculty, is the founder, Artistic Director, and a frequent performer for CMOTH.  He also performs extensively throughout the Mid-Atlantic States.

Bagus Wiswakarma, Violin
A native of Indonesia, Bagus Wiswakarma studied violin at the Hochschulefuer Musik und Theater Hamburg.  Additional pedagogical studies include the Amadeus Quartet, Brandis Quartet, Schleswig Holstein Music Festival in Europe and Asean Youth Music Workshop.

Maxim Kozlov, Cello
Kozlov has performed as a soloist and as Principal Cellist with the Chamber Orchestra Kremlin (Moscow), with whom he gave over 700 concerts throughout Europe and the Americas.  He is a founding member of the Monument Piano Trio.


Sunday, November 11, 2018, 3:00 pm

Little Baker Chapel, McDaniel College, Westminster, MD 21157

"Going for Baroque"

- Reception following the performance

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Nicholas Currie, Violin
Nick Currie is the Concertmaster of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony, and Assistant Concertmaster of the Annapolis Symphony.  He also teaches at McDaniel College.

Rodrigo Tarraza, Flute
Rodrigo Tarraza is an internationally renowned flautist and one of the few musicians worldwide specializing in baroque transverse flute.

Tim Anderson, Cello
Anderson has performed chamber music throughout the U.S., Canada, and Austria.  He is cello instructor at McDaniel College and Harford Community College.

Don Horneff, Harpsicord
Horneff has taught piano, harpsichord, brass pedagogy, and electronic music at McDaniel College.  He performs solo and in duos and trios extensively throughout the mid-Atlantic Region.  He is the Director of Music and organist at Emmanuel United Church of Christ in Hanover, Pennsylvania.


Sunday, March 10, 2019, 3:30 pm

The Theater in the Scott Center for the Applied Arts

Carroll Community College, Westminster, MD 21157

"By George! By Ira! By Gershwin!"

-Featuring

Carolyn Black-Sotir, host/soprano

R.Timothy McReynolds, piano/tenor

Arno Drucker, piano

Tom Williams, bas

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Celebrate the genius of George Gershwin. With the classic Rhapsody in Blue, rhythmic ragtimes, sophisticated melodies, brother Ira's clever lyrics, and masterpiece Porgy and Bess, Carolyn and ensemble capture the Gershwin spirit--vibrant, brash, bold, and uniquely American. A dramatic narrative tells the compelling story of Gershwin's rise to fame: his childhood as the son of poor Jewish parents, his early years on Tin Pan Alley spent in the smokey speakeasies of Harlem, his successes on Broadway, and history-making concert performances. Featured in a PBS television special.


Sunday, July 21, 2019, 3:00 pm

The Forum, McDaniel College, Westminster, MD 21157

"Gerdan-Kaleidoscope of World Music”

- The musicians of Gerdan share their Eastern European multicultural music experience from generation to generation in their worldwide performances, workshops and master classes.
Reception following the performance

Andrei Pidkivka is a musician, teacher, and flute-maker from Ukraine who has performed worldwide as a soloist and in ballet, theatre, symphonies, and movie scores.
Virtuoso violinist Solomia Gorokhivska is a soloist and chamber musician who has toured internationally.  She is a musicologist, journalist, author, teacher and performer of classical, folk, jazz and contemporary music.
Born in Brazil, Richard Miller now teaches at Columbia University in New York City.  He composes and performs classical and Eastern-European chango (gypsy) guitar music internationally.
Branislav Brinarsky, bass, gajdice, vocals, has performed in Europe, Asia, and his native Slovakia.  He now performs in New York City and throughout the East Coast.

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