MUSICALE TO FEATURE APPALACHIAN WIND QUINTET AT HOME OF TIM AND KARLA GROVE ON MARCH 28
The Cumberland Valley School of Music will present its third Musicale of
the season, “ “It Might as Well Be Spring” will be held on Sunday, March 28 at
3:00 PM, in the beautiful and stately home of Tim and Karla Grove, 151 College Ave, Chambersburg, PA.
The musicale will feature refreshments, good company, and a program of
chamber music performed by the award-winning Appalachian Wind Quintet.
The diverse program will include workds by George
Gerhwin, Luciano Berio, Kurt Weill, and Paquito D’Rivera as well as some Irish
songs arranged for wind quintet. The
Appalachian Wind Quintet are
critically acclaimed, and perform throughout the tri-state area. Members of the group are Ed Stanley (oboe), Barbara Spicher
(flute), Rick Mogensen (clarinet), Scott Cassada (bassoon), and Ed Schupp
Rooted in the European custom of
Salon or Chamber concerts, the CVSM musicales feature gatherings of a small
number of musicians performing together in private homes.
They promote an intimacy for both performer and listener that is not
available in a larger concert hall setting.
Tickets are still available for two additional musicales to be held in
“There’s No Business Like Show
Business” will be held on Saturday, May 1, 2004 at 7:00 PM in the home of Richard
and Patricia Shoap, 3361 Carnoustie Drive, Chambersburg, PA.
The Shoap name is closely associated with theater, and their recently
enlarged home is a contemporary with an energetic, open flow.
The Yamaha Grand piano will be used to feature pianist Brian
Helman performing some favorite Broadway overtures, as well as accompanying
soprano Marian Randall and tenor David
McKinley, who will be singing the best of musical theater.
Time Country, Family Folk, and Coalmining Songs” will close the series on Sunday, June 13, 2004 at 3:00 PM, hosted by Penn
National Golf Course Community at the Trellis Terrace, Clubhouse Drive,
Fayetteville, PA. The beautiful
pavilion is a perfect spot for a program featuring Jay
Smar in a fascinating and historic performance of “old-time country music.
Among his many performing credits, Smar recently appeared at the
Philadelphia Folk Festival and recorded a number of songs for a BBC Documentary,
“The Welch in America”. He sings, plays a variety of folk instruments, and clogs, so
this will be a diverse and entertaining program.
Tickets are $30 per person, and all proceeds go to help support the Cumberland Valley School of Music, a non-profit certified member of the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts teaching music and drama in Chambersburg, Waynesboro, and Mercersburg. For more information or to purchase tickets contact the CVSM office at (717)-261-1220.