Jamaican Violinist Jordan Bak. Photo Credit: Contibuted
Concordia Concludes Season with Storytelling Music to Discover on April 16, 3pm
“The Telling Is in the Music,” a thoughtfully curated program of chamber music by composers with a profound backstory for audiences to discover through their music.
NEWSROOM POST: SOLEBURY, PA
The Telling is in the Music
Date: Sunday, April 16, 2023 @ 3PM
Location: Trinity Church, 6587 Upper York Road, Solebury, PA
Tickets: https://concordiaplayers.org/tickets or at the door.
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(SOLEBURY, PA) – On Sunday, April 16th, the Concordia Chamber Players season culminates at 3 pm on April 16th at Trinity Church in Solebury PA with a program entitled “The Telling Is in the Music,” a thoughtfully curated program of chamber music by composers with a profound backstory for you to discover through their music.
Southwest Native American Composer, Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate. Photo Credit: Contributed.
Opening with the piano trio by Carlos Simon inspired by an interview with Oprah Winfrey entitled “be still and know”, a piece by Southwest Native American composer, Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate called Pisachi (the Chickasaw word for “Reveal”) will follow. The concert closes with Dimitri Shostakovich’s Piano Quintet, Opus 57 which premiered in 1939 and received the Stalin Prize in 1941, after Shostakovich was nearly arrested in 1937 during the Stalin purges.
Pictured Above: Jamaican Violinist Jordan Bak. Photo Credit: Contibuted
The young superstar violist from Jamaica, Jordan Bak will be joining our wonderful line up of musicians which also includes John Novacek – piano, Siwoo Kim – violin, Miho Saegusa – violin, and artistic director Michelle Djokic on cello.
On Saturday, April 15th at 3pm, prior to the concert on Sunday, the public is invited to a free open rehearsal at the historic Phillips Mill. This is an opportunity for true music lovers to watch up close as Concordia’s musicians put on the final touches of their pieces during rehearsal. Seating is limited but the experience is complimentary.
To learn more about the artists, click on the names below to read their official bios:
The public is welcome to a complimentary open rehearsal at the historic Phillips' Mill on April 15th
Pictured Above: The historic Phillps’ Mill where the public is invited to a complimentary open rehearsal event at 3pm on Saturday, April 15th.