6/17/2014 5:08:00 PM Chamber Orchestra to perform June 22
The Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra will present its final Sunday Series Recital of the 2013-2014 season on Sunday, June 22 at 4:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Harbor Springs. Admission is free.
This event will be the second annual "Winner's Encore Recital," featuring the young performers who won first place and runner-up in the Emerging Artist Competitions sponsored by the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra earlier this year. These competitions were open to youth musicians ages 14 through 19 who reside north of the 45th parallel in Northern Michigan.
Performers for this recital will include Ivy Carpenter, oboe; Aimon Dwan, cello; and Christian Wilder, piano of Petoskey plus Caleb Crouch, Euphonium of Boyne City; Dana Reynolds,vocal of Charlevoix and Ella Ruthig, flute of Levering.
They will be performing the "Fairy Fight" by Hans-Andre' Stamn, movements 1 & 3 from a sonata by Francis Poulenc, the first movement of "Suite for Cello" by Gaspar Vassado and "Julie-O" by Mark Summer, "My Funny Valentine" and "If I loved You" by Richard Rodgers, "Relentless Grooves" by Sam Pilafian, and "All of Me" by Jon Schmidt.
The Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra Sunday Series provides the community the opportunity to experience an intimate musical event. Chamber music has a long history of musicians gathering to play and sing for one another and a group of good friends. The Sunday Series of programs are presented free of charge with the support of the Roger and Peggy Dicken Schwer Fund administered by the Petoskey/Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation.
The Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra produces live orchestral performances that provide entertainment, education and inspiration for Northern Michigan. Support for the orchestra is provided by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation, the Bay Harbor Foundation, the Charlevoix County Community Foundation, and hundreds of individual patrons of the arts. For more information about the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra, go to www.glcorchestra.org.