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Chamber Project St. Louis – Saxquest Clinic

When: 2010-07-17

I’m very excited to invite you out to a great event this weekend at Saxquest. We’re bringing in Chamber Project St. Louis who will be giving a wonderful performance at the Saxquest shop this Saturday July 17th starting at 2PM. The setting will be informal and refreshments will be served.

CHAMBER PROJECT SAINT LOUIS is a unique and dynamic ensemble that explores the relationship between performers and audience members by concertizing in intimate settings and performing wide ranging programs. For example, in this concert, you’ll hear a transformation of the Brazilian music sound in a piece from 1924 by Heitor Villa-Lobos; you’ll hear two contemporary works by local composer Aaron Johnson; as well as pieces by David Gillingham, Paul Hayden , Philippe Di BETTA and others.

The three members of Chamber Project St. Louis who will be performing are Dana Hotle, clarinet; Adrianne Honnold, saxophone; and Jennifer Gartley, flute. Chamber Project St. Louis musicians are active as orchestral musicians and have performed with the Saint Louis Symphony, Illinois Symphony, New World Symphony, and the National Symphony Orchestra. They are committed educators, serving on the faculties of Maryville University, McKendree University, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Missouri St. Louis, and the Community Music School of Webster University.

This is a great opportunity to meet and hear some of St. Louis’s top working professional musicians. The level of musicianship at which Chamber Project St. Louis performs is incredibly high. Their ability to take extremely challenging music and perform it effortlessly at an such a high energy level is riveting and really engages the listener.

This is one of those rare opportunities to hear something new and be blown away by the music; while at the same time supporting local musicians and a local composer. DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS ONE!!!

I’ve attached a flier with all of the details. Remember, Its free and open to the public and refreshments will be served.

Thanks for your support!!!

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