OUR GIFT TO THE COMMUNITY FOR 50 YEARS. FREE CONCERTS. WEDNESDAYS AT NOON.

DAVID ROTHMAN, PIANO & MICHAEL BARNES, ORGAN AS ORCHESTRA

Wednesday, February 19

Performing Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 30 in E major, Op. 109 & Listz’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major.

20 DIGITUS DUO

Wednesday, February 26

Performing works by PDQ Bach, Guastavino and Svoboda.

Selected by Artslandia magazine as one of their top 50 favorite artists, pianists Maria Garcia and Momoko Muramatsu (Puertorrican and Japanese by way of El Salvador respectively) have had successful individual careers that have taken them around the world and to festivals like the Aspen, Tanglewood, Bergen and Casals festivals, as well as performing with groups like the Mark Morris Dance Group amongst others.

Maria and Momoko met during undergraduate studies at New England Conservatory of Music. Since their debut as a duo in 2014, 20 Digitus Duo has been hailed by the press as  “Dynamite”, “Intrepid” and “Impressive”. Together they explore the classical standards but also the vast repertoire of their shared Latin American musical heritage.

LINDSEY RAE JOHNSON, SOPRANO & MICHAEL BARNES, PIANO

Wednesday, March 4

Performing Songs from Letters (of Calamity Jane to her daughter Janey 1880-1902) and Cowboy Songs by Larson. Also on the program, Musical Scene “At the Statue of Venus” with music by Jake Heggie.

BARBARA AMELL, PIANO

Wednesday, March 11

Performs an all Gershwin concert which will include the Porgy & Bess Suite.

TRIO MUSICORUM MEDICORUM

Wednesday, March 18

This Portland Oregon based trio consists of Andre Bonner piano, Rebecca Reese cello, and Alistair Leon Kok violin. Each member has worked or is currently working as a professional musician and as a professional healthcare provider, and finds that performing music as an avocation allows them such great freedom to express their artistry joyfully.

MARLISE STROEBE, CONCERT PIANIST

Wednesday, March 25

Marlise Stroebe, concert pianist will present her 11th concert celebrating women in the arts.  In honor of international women’s history month, Marlise will perform music of several women composers from classical to jazz and popular themes.  She will also discuss the art and lives of several women artists.  The music in this concert will be correlated to the women artists and their work.  Come enjoy a relaxing hour of music and art and discover the talents of many great women.

THE BROADWAY PIANO TRIO

Wednesday, April 1

The Broadway Piano Trio will open with a selection from Poulenc’s virtuosic Cello Sonata, presented by Jonah Thomas of the Vancouver Symphony. The program will include the breathtaking C-major Scherzo by Brahms, and conclude with his widely-loved, classic B-major Trio with PSU concertmaster Eugene Howe and pianist Ben Gimm

CHRISTOPHER SCHINDLER, CONCERT PIANIST

Wednesday, April 29

The program will feature Beethoven’s Piano Sonata Op. 57 (“Appassionata”), and works by Rachmaninoff, Fauré and Soler.

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