Free Concert Tickets: Dolce Suono Ensemble, January 18

This email is from flutist Mimi Stillman:

I’m very pleased to invite the West Chester music community to our next Dolce Suono Ensemble concert on January 18, “Tribute to Julius Baker” with flutist Jeffrey Khaner, guest artist, joining Mimi Stillman, flute, Charles Abramovic, piano, and Gabriel Cabezas, cello. It is a very special concert honoring legendary flutist Julius Baker, who taught both Stillman and Khaner. The program includes the music of J.S. and C.P.E. Bach, with 8 world premieres. WCU professor Robert Maggio will have a world premiere.

We have a group of comp tickets set aside for WCU students and faculty. We ask that interested persons RSVP by Jan. 15.

The event:
Dolce Suono Ensemble Presents “Tribute to Julius Baker”
Sunday, January 18, 2015 at 3:00pm
Trinity Center for Urban Life, 22nd and Spruce Streets

Music by J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, and 8 world premieres by
Andrea Clearfield, Richard Danielpour, Daniel Dorff, Jeremy Gill, Heidi Jacob, Jan Krzywicki, Robert Maggio, and James Primosch

Jeffrey Khaner, flute (guest artist) – Mimi Stillman, flute – Gabriel Cabezas, cello – Charles Abramovic, piano/harpsichord

Please let me know what else you need.

Best wishes,

Mimi Stillman
Flutist, Yamaha Performing Artist
Artistic Director, Dolce Suono Ensemble


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