CAPE COD CLASSICAL ROADSHOW’ APRIL 14, 2018

Event Date: 
Saturday, April 14, 2018 - 3:00pm

Address

Eastham Public Library
United States
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact:          Karen MacDonald, Assistant Director, Eastham Library
                        kmacdonald@clamsnet.org
                        508-240-5950
Eastham Public Library will host a concert on the first tour of the Cape Cod Classical Roadshow, Saturday, April 14, at 3 p.m. at Eastham Public Library, featuring six award-winning alumni of ‘NPR’s From the Top with Host Christopher O’Riley’, the popular, long-running public radio show. The program will offer a broad range of composers, musical styles and eras, and instrumentation. Examples include a clarinet quartet and a piano solo by Brahms; a string quartet by Janacek; a clarinet solo by Stravinsky; a viola sonata by Hindemith; a sonata for piano and cello by Beethoven; and a piano quintet by Prokofiev.  The music will be interspersed with brief interviews by the moderator with each of the performers, covering insights about the music they’re performing and their musical lives.
 
Featured performers include: Highland Street, an ensemble composed of Mira Williams, viola; Victoria Pan, violin; Sophie Applbaum, cello; and Greta Myatieva, violin; as well as Patrick Pan, piano, and Aleksis Martin, clarinet
 
This program is free and open to the public; sponsored by the Friends of Eastham Library.
 
EASTHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY TO HOST CONCERT ON DEBUT TOUR OF ‘CAPE COD CLASSICAL ROADSHOW’ ON APRIL 14
Award-Winning Alumni of ‘From the Top with Host Christopher O’Riley,’ Popular Public Radio Show, To Perform at Three Libraries on Weekend Tour
 
Eastham Public Library will be one of three Cape Cod libraries to host a concert on the first tour of the Cape Cod Classical Roadshow, performed by six award-winning alumni of ‘NPR’s From the Top with Host Christopher O’Riley’, the popular, long-running public radio show. The Eastham performance will be on Saturday, April 14 at 3:00 at the library. 
 
The two other libraries on the tour include Sandwich Public Library on Friday, April 13, at 7 p.m. in the Sandwich Town Hall, and Truro Public Library on Saturday, April 14, at 10:30 a.m.
Eastham is delighted to be debut hosts of this exciting and innovative event featuring a diverse, lively program of music performed by a group of exceptional New England Conservatory students preparing for professional careers, the concert promises to appeal to both classical music newcomers, as well as regular concert-goers.
 
The program will offer a broad range of composers, musical styles and eras, and instrumentation. Examples include a clarinet quartet and a piano solo by Brahms; a string quartet by Janacek; a clarinet solo by Stravinsky; a viola sonata by Hindemith; a sonata for piano and cello by Beethoven; and a piano quintet by Prokofiev.
The performances – modeled on the successful ‘From the Top’ format – will be interspersed with brief interviews by the moderator with each of the performers, covering insights about the music they’re performing and their musical lives.
Featured performers include: Highland Street, an ensemble composed of Mira Williams, viola; Victoria Pan, violin; Sophie Applbaum, cello; and Greta Myatieva, violin; as well as Patrick Pan, piano, and Aleksis Martin, clarinet.
 
The concert is free and open to the public, sponsored by the Friends of Eastham Library.   For further information, visit the library website: www.easthamlibrary.org