NEXT IN THIS TOPIC

All material found in the Press Releases section is provided by parties entirely independent of Musical America and is not responsible for content.

Press Releases

Leonia Chamber Musicians Society Performs 'Timeless Romantics' on April 8

March 7, 2018 | By Luhrs & Associates
Publicist

Summary:  The Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, presenting professional musicians playing in leading concert halls worldwide, performs its last concert of the season, 'Timeless Romantics', on April 8 in Leonia, New Jersey.

PRESS RELEASE                 

Media Contact: Luhrs & Associates, 201-592-9126, luhrsassocpress[at]verizon.net

 

Leonia Chamber Musicians Society Performs 'Timeless Romantics'

on April 8

(Leonia, New Jersey; March 7, 2018) -- The Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, Inc., a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization, will perform their final concert of the season, 'Timeless Romantics: Bridging the 19th and 20th Centuries', on Sunday, April 8, 2018. The performance begins at 4:00 p.m. at All Saints Episcopal Church, located at 150 Park Avenue in Leonia, New Jersey.

            The concert will present melodic music by French composers Louise Farrenc, Jacques Ibert, Philippe Gaubert and Francis Poulenc. Their music was rooted in the classical European tradition and yet, they all embraced the new art forms of the 20th century. They were influenced by better known composers of their generation, such as Louis-Hector Berlioz, Claude Debussy and Igor Stravinsky. The music to be performed will show how the composers incorporated beautiful melodies expressed in a modern framework.

            The Leonia Chamber Musicians Society's members Theresa Norris, flute; Marsha Heller, oboe; and Daryl Goldberg, cello will be joined by guest artists Chris Cullen, clarinet; Atsuko Sato, bassoon; Richard Hagen, French horn; and Adrienne Kim and Beth Robin, pianists. The audience is invited to meet the musicians, make new friends, and enjoy refreshments after the concert.

            Concert series tickets may be purchased at the door for $30 adults, $25 seniors, and students under age 18, will be admitted free. This program is made possible in part by a grant administered by the Bergen County Division of Cultural & Historic Affairs from funds granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

About Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, Inc.

             The Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, Inc., a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization, enriches the cultural environment of the community by presenting a series of high quality, affordable, and accessible chamber music concerts.  The members of the Leonia Chamber Musicians generate the excitement of a live performance with professional talent: all of them perform in the major concert halls of New York City.

             Music for the programs is selected to educate the audience about different periods and styles of music.  Throughout the concerts, presentations are given about the music being played, the composers, the musicians and related subjects.

            Tax-deductible contributions to the Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, Inc. are welcome and encouraged to continue the tradition of quality concerts at affordable prices.  Checks may be made to the attention of Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, Inc. and mailed to P.O. Box 473, Leonia, New Jersey 07605.  To be added to the mailing list or receive a subscription form, send an e-mail to dgcello@aol.com or call Daryl Goldberg at 201-947-3923. 

            For more information about the Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, Inc., visit https://www.facebook.com/leoniachambermusic.

 

###


WHO'S BLOGGING

 

WHO ELSE IS BLOGGING

Law and Disorder by GG Arts Law

Career Advice by Legendary Manager Edna Landau

An American in Paris by Frank Cadenhead

NOTED ENDEAVORS
Interviews with musicians who have successfully created their own opportunities.

Read more about this video

 
 

PROFESSIONAL
   GROWTH

ADVERTISEMENT

»

NETWORK

ADVERTISEMENT

»

Updates to artist manager rosters

»

RENT A PHOTO

Search Musical America's archive of photos from 1900-1992.

 

»BROWSE & SEARCH ARCHIVE