Redlands Chamber Music Society fundraiser to kick off 2011-2012 season
The Redlands Chamber Music Society invites the public to a special fundraising concert and light dinner reception on Sunday, September 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Art and Adriane Gram, 1435 Elizabeth Crest Drive, Redlands.
The concert and reception will feature John Walz, principal cellist with the Los Angeles Opera Orchestra and professor at the Idyllwild Arts Academy, and internationally acclaimed pianist, Edie Orloff.
We strongly suggest a donation at the event, which supports the five-concert season. Please RSVP by calling 909-327-6611 or 909-798-9253.
The 2011-2012 Season
The 2011-2012 series of the Redlands Chamber Music Society begins Oct. 23 with all performances held at the University of Redlands, Frederick Loewe Performance Hall, 1200 Colton Ave., Redlands. All concerts begin at 4 p.m. Tickets are $20 and season tickets are $70. Student are admitted for $5. Tickets are available at the door.
The Redlands Chamber Music Society proudly hosts world renown artists and presents signature post-concert receptions at beautiful Redlands homes.All audience members are invited to meet the artists and enjoy wine and a light dinner that is included in the price of the ticket.
The Chamber Music Society is pleased to announce the 2011-2012 season:
On Oct. 23, The Delphi Trio will give their debut performance for the Redlands Chamber Music Society.Based in San Francisco, The Delphi Trio is featured regularly in concert as resident ensemble of the Chamber Music in Marin series, and is ensemble in residence for the Dakota Sky International Piano Festival.
On Nov. 20, the chamber society introduces the Aiana String Quartet, the most recent winners of the Coleman International Chamber Music contest in Pasadena. The Aiana Quartet is the Young Professional String Quartet in residence at the University of Texas, Austin.
On Jan. 22, the chamber welcomes the Hausmann String Quartet. The Quartet holds the Morrison Fellowship Award in residency with the Alexander String Quartet at the International Center for the Arts, San Francisco State University.
On Feb. 19, the Redlands Choral Artists will perform under the direction of Jean-Sébastien Vallée, one of the nation’s leading new figures in the world of choral music. Vallee has assembled a group of 16 singers from across Southern California who demonstrate virtuosity, versatility and a commitment to excellence.
On March 18, the Chamber’s Emerging Artist concert will feature Jingfu Peng, pianist, a sophomore at Redlands High School and Grand Prize winner in the 2011 Glendale Piano Competition. Victoria Jones, flute, a University of Redlands senior, has a student substitute position with the Redlands Symphony. She will perform with noted local pianist Stephanie Lovell.
For ticket, donations or other information, contact Mark Braunstein at (909) 327-6611 or Adriane Gram at (909) 798-9253.