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Wednesday, June 29, 7PM
David Palmer, popular pianist and artistic director of the Lake City Arts Chamber Music Series, will be joined by five other musicians for a stellar performance in the Mary Stigall Theater at the Moseley Arts Center at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, June 29. Tickets are $16 for adults ($14 for members if purchased in advance) and $8 for children.
Palmer, the Executive/Artistic Director and founder of Chamber Music Amarillo, has performed throughout the United States and Europe since the early 1990s, both as a soloist and chamber musician. He will be joined by Helen Blackburn (flute) Megan Holland and Keith Redpath (violin), Kim Frebenburgh (viola), and James Holland, cello.
Helen Blackburn, principal flutist with the Dallas Opera Orchestra, is a return visitor to the Mary Stigall stage. She teaches flute at West Texas A&M University and is a featured soloist at many festivals and with many orchestras. Kim Frebenburgh has been featured as a soloist across the U.S., South America and South Africa and serves as the principal violist of the Santa Fe Symphony, the Santa Fe Pro Musica Chamber Orchestra and the Performance Santa Fe Orchestra.
James Holland, a graduate of the Eastman School of Music, served as principal cellist of the Charleston (S.C.) Symphony Orchestra and cellist of the CSO String Quartet. After relocating to Albuquerque, he quickly established himself in the music scene and serves as President and Artistic Director of the Albuquerque Chamber Soloists. Megan Holland began studying violin at age four and has performed throughout the U.S., Canada, Germany and the Netherlands. Educated at USC, she received her Master of Music degree and Advanced Studies diploma and teaches violin in the Albuquerque area.
Keith Redpath is second violinist in the acclaimed Harrington Quartet, has played with the Minnesota Opera Orchestra, the Wichita Symphony, and the Amarillo Symphony, and has enjoyed a performing career that spans a wide range of chamber, orchestral and solo repertoires.
Playing selections from Poulenc, Bach, Boccherini, and Dvorak, this promises to be a marvelous evening of classical music in the hands of six remarkable musicians.