Wednesday, March 5, 2014



why should you come to this amazing concert?


Bohuslav Martinu (Three Madrigals for Violin and Viola, H. 313) was one of 
Burt Bacharach's (What's new pussycat? and Raindrop keep fallin' on my head)teachers!

Sergey Prokofiev (Sonata for Violin in D, op. 115) said at the first performance of
Peter and The Wolf that the"...[attendance] was poor and failed to attract much attention".
Wow wee, that audience was missing a classic children's musicial tale.

Paul Basler (Dance Fool, Dance! for horn and synthesizer) His compositions have been described 
by the New York Times as “virtuosic and highly athletic.”  Good thing Mike Thornton is 
a trained athlete!


Joseph Haydn (Divertimento in E flat (1776) for violin, horn and cello) His Symphony No. 103 was nicked-named the 'The Drumroll' for the long timpani solo in the beginning.  Cool, huh?

Goto to buy tickets!  Hurry before we run out of seats!!!

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