Sunday, September 24, 2023, 3 p.m.

(Little) Baker Chapel

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“Boys in Baker”

The Maryland State Boy Choir

Young Men’s Chorus

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The Maryland State BoychoirTo meet the needs of an ever-growing number of teenage vocalists, the Maryland State Boy Choir has added an additional choral program for changed voices. Members are drawn from changed voices in Concert Choir and Tour Choir, and rehearse in addition to their regular schedules. This group presents a variety of music intended to challenge the musicianship of teenage boys.









Sunday, November 19, 2023, 3 p.m.

Naganna Forum, ROJ Student Center

McDaniel College, Westminster, MD 21157

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“Ein Komplimentier

Azimuth String Quartet with David Kreider, piano

Nicholas Currie, violin                          Alice Tung, viola

Adam Gonzalez, cello                  James Tung, violin


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Description automatically generatedCanadian-born violinist Nicholas Currie is the Associate Concertmaster of the Annapolis Symphony and the Principle Second Violin of the Maryland Lyric Opera Orchestra.

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Description automatically generatedJames Tung, violinist, is the Assistant Concertmaster of the York Symphony Orchestra.  He attended the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY for a Bachelor's Degree in Violin Performance.

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Description automatically generatedAlice Tung, violist, is on the faculty of McDaniel College.  She received her Master of Music in Viola Performance from the Peabody Conservatory.


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Description automatically generatedAdam Gonzalez, cellist, performs with the Azimuth String Quartet and the Trio Giocoso.  He is on the Adjunct Faculty at Frederick Community College.

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Description automatically generatedDavid Kreider, pianist, emeritus McDaniel College Music Faculty, is the founder and Artistic Director of CMOTH.  He also performs extensively throughout the Mid-Atlantic States.


Sunday, March 3, 2024, 3 p.m.

The Theater in the Scott Center,

Carroll Community College, Westminster, MD 21157

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“Encore Chamber Winds”

Mindy Niles, oboe,                           David Duree, clarinet

Rob Sirois, bassoon                         Paulella Burchill, flute

with David Kreider, piano

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Encore Chamber Winds (formerly Trio d’Anches) was established as an ensemble dedicated to bringing the unique sound of a reed trio to new audiences, blending the vibrant oboe, mellow clarinet and deep bassoon voices. Woodwind quintets were well known from the early 1800’s but the combination of a trio of reed instruments offered a new opportunity for composers to explore in the late 1800’s. The Encore Chamber Winds, comprised of four virtuoso musicians, adds flute to the instrumentation to perform standard woodwind quartet literature and increase their musical capabilities.



Saturday, May 11, 2024, 7 p.m.

The Theater in the Scott Center,

Carroll Community College, Westminster, MD 21157

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“Atlantic Guitar Quartet”

Matthew Slotkin, Mark Edwards

Zoe Johnstone Stewart, James Keretses



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The Atlantic Guitar Quartet is a contemporary music ensemble dedicated to promoting the music of living composers.  Through stunning virtuosic performances, innovative programming, and collaborations with other visual and performing artists, Atlantic Guitar Quartet has broadened the repertoire for – and the definition of – the classical guitar quartet.


The Americans with Disabilities Act applies to the Carroll County Government and its programs, services, activities and facilities.  If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate in any of our activities, please contact CMOTH (e-mail at least two weeks in advance so that we can assist you.  Anyone requiring an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication or who has a complaint should contact The Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator, Telephone 410.386.3600, MD Relay 7-1-1/1.800.735.2258 or e-mail as soon as possible, but no later than 72 hours before the event.