Esteemed Bass-Baritone Mark Owen Davis reprises his legendary performance of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ incredible cycle Songs of Travel, Cellist Cherylonda Fitzgerald plays music by Beach and Boulanger, and presenting our youngest-ever winner of the Bristol Music Club TPCP Award: violinist Eliana Kovacova!
The Paramount Chamber Players is thrilled to present Whither Must I Wander, a concert series featuring esteemed Bass-Baritone Mark Owen Davis in a reprisal of his legendary performance of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ incredible cycle Songs of Travel, local celebrity cellist Cherylonda Fitzgerald playing Nadia Boulanger’s haunting Trois Pieces for Cello and Piano, and Artistic Director Katherine Benson performing a special piano solo: Liszt’s exceptionally famous Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2! The ensemble is also excited to present their youngest-ever winner of the Bristol Music Club Scholarship Auditions, violinist Eliana Kovacova, who will wow audiences with her performances of Bartok’s Romanian Folk Dances and de Falla’s Danse Espagnole.
Join us at one of three concerts:
Thursday April 27th @ 7:30 PM - First Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, TN
Friday April 28th @ 7:30 PM - Powell Recital Hall at the ETSU Martin Center, Johnson City, TN
Visit www.etsu.edu/martin-center for information on parking and visiting.
Sunday April 30th @ 3:00PM - Sinking Spring Presbyterian Church, Abingdon, VA
Tickets may be purchased at the door with cash or check,
$15/General Admission, $12/Seniors. Students are admitted free at all venues.
Saturday, April 29th at 3:00PM, Artistic Director Emeritus Craig Combs presents PASTICHE, a delightful program of music by Rutter, Saint-Saens, D’Rivera and Beethoven
Join In-Person in Provincetown, MA or Watch Online!
It’s a piano extravaganza! February 23, 24, 25 and 26, Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition is performed as you’ve never heard it before in an arrangement for piano four-hands alongside Rachmaninoff’s legendary Sonata for Cello and Piano.
The Paramount Chamber Players open their 18th concert season with To Sing and Play, a joyful program of music and song, featuring mezzo-soprano Rachel Helton, pianist Katherine Benson, and The Brickle Duo: violinist Marianna and pianist David Brickle
Craig Combs and friends in Provincetown present an all-French program of music inspired by theater incidental music, salon music, and Jazz with a Brazilian flair