Chamber Music at the Scarab Club and the Marygrove College Department of Music Present “Sticks & Strings”

dso-percussion-trioPlease join us this Sunday, January 29th at 3:00 pm for Sticks and Strings: Chamber Music at the Scarab Club in Denk Chapman Hall on Marygrove’s campus.

Tickets: free with Marygrove ID
$25 at the door, $20 in advance, $10 for students

For tickets and more info – (248) 474-8930
chambermusic@scarabclub.org    www.scarabclub.org/chambermusic

Chamber Music at the Scarab Club and the Marygrove College Department of Music are pleased to present Sticks & Strings in Denk Chapman Hall on the beautiful campus of Marygrove College. This uniquely enjoyable chamber music program features Nadine Deleury and Fr. Eduard Perrone performing the beautiful Sonata for Cello and Piano by French composer and pianist Paul Lacombe. CMSC is also excited to showcase a trio of members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra percussion section performing a variety of works they prepared for a recent Nicaraguan tour. Velda Kelly and Andrés Pichardo-Rosenthal will perform Duo for Violin & Marimba by American composer Daniel Levitan along with two movements from Astor Piazzolla’s famous Histoire du Tango.

Chamber Music at the Scarab Club is a popular series dedicated to presenting fine chamber music programs in informal, intimate settings that encourage a close rapport between audience and performers. The series includes performances at Detroit’s historic Scarab Club, The Grosse Pointe Unitarian Church and Marygrove College. Innovative programming and a connection with literature and the visual arts have assured this small series an important place in the metropolitan Detroit arts scene.

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