IBIS CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY WINTER CONCERT
Saturday, December 29, 2012 at 7:30 PM (EST)
IBIS CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY: A FESTIVE WINTER CONCERT
Founded by violinist Joseph Scheer (concertmaster of the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra) and Susan Robinson (principal harp of the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra) the IBIS Chamber Music Society is an ensemble of string quartet, flute, harp and piano. Their fine musicians are drawn from the Kennedy Center, National Symphony and Boston Pops orchestras. IBIS prizes musical excellence and imaginative programming. Friendly and informal performances in intimate neighborhood venues encourage many first-time concertgoers to come out and hear great music—the IBIS audience is comprised of sophisticated music lovers and musical neophytes (and kids!) alike. Those audiences are rewarded with a variety of music from Brahms and Debussy to Ellington and Scott Joplin. The Washington Post has praised IBIS concerts as "splendid" and "compelling", and the St. Petersburg Times appreciated the "refreshing mix of music, well-played and fetchingly presented."
Their Festive Winter Concert will feature flute, harp and strings with music by Vaughan Williams, Respighi, Handel, Alwyn, Jolivet and Mendelssohn.
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Wellfleet Preservation Hall
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