House Concert - piano and voice: Asberry, Peoples, and Schoening

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An evening of music featuring EPR (Enlightened Piano Radio) artists Pam Asberry and David Peoples with special guest Benjamin Schoening!

About this Event

Join us for an evening of recently composed classy music where every seat is 'the best' seat. In this intimate and comfortable setting, we'll relax and enjoy feeling/hearing music at the hands of artists.

Once you have purchased tickets, we will send an email with the exact address (concert will be located in the Edinburgh Division located in Suwanee, Georgia - you will need to provide the address and your drivers license to get entry into the neighborhood).

What is this concert?

This concert features music that may be found on classical radio stations. The music will feature solo piano and voice with piano - however, the music features some of the artists as also the composer. Performances typically last 75 minutes (with intermission). There will be opportunities to meet and greet the artists and check out recent albums and sheet music.

Doors will open at 7:00 pm.

Who can attend?

This concert would not be suited for younger children, especially those who cannot/would not be able to sit quietly through a full concert.

About the Artists

Pam Asberry holds a Master of Music degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and has over forty years of professional experience as a music educator, adjudicator, performer, recording artist, speaker, author, composer and arranger. She has three adult children and maintains a private teaching studio in Dacula, Georgia. A BMI artist, she has released three solo piano albums and was awarded Best New Artist 2018 by Enlightened Piano Radio. Pam’s music can be heard on Whisperings Solo Piano Radio, Enlightened Piano Radio, Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music, Sirius XM, and elsewhere. Visit www.pamasberry.com to find out more.

David Peoples has been recognized globally for his compositions and piano performances. His recent albums have been featured on radio and critically acclaimed. He has been recognized by ASCAP (plus award recipient), American Prize, and Global Music Awards. David teaches in the Atlanta area and at the University of North Georgia, and greatly appreciates the opportunities to perform locally and abroad. David writes with a ginger ale in hand on a balcony surrounded by forest in Flowery Branch, GA. It’s from here, surrounded by nature, that all of his stories begin ­– including 'for Mothers' – before being released into and around the world. artist's website

Benjamin Schoening has enjoyed much success as a recitalist throughout the United States and Europe. He has garnered a reputation for his performances of Art Song in the English language, and is in particular is a champion of the American repertoire. In addition to his song recital performances, Benjamin has made appearances with the Racine Choral Arts Society (Wisconsin), Symphonia da Camerata (Illinois), and White Mountain Symphony Orchestra (Arizona), and Northeast Georgia Chamber Symphony as a vocal soloist. He has been active in opera, singing notable roles such as the Emporor in Stravinky’s Le Rossignol, Papageno in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, and Falke in Die Fledermaus. Dr. Schoening is currently the head of the department of music at the University of North Georgia.

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No refunds will be offered for requests made past August 17.

One of the songs that will be featured is a new work for voice and piano using poems about mothers:

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