Monday Night Music presents “19th and 20th Century Chamber Music” on Monday, November 25 at 7:00 p.m. The concert, which features Rachel Andrews, piano, David Duree, clarinet, and Lynne Griffith, horn, will take place in McDaniel Lounge.
The concert focuses on chamber music written for horn, piano, and clarinet. Among the pieces on the program are Carl Reinecke’s Trio for Clarinet, Horn, Piano, Opus 274, Wilder’s Suite for Clarinet, Horn, Piano, and Schumann’s Fantasy Pieces.
Rachel Andrews graduated from Towson University with a BS in piano performance. Mrs. Andrews has been teaching piano for 25 years and is the instrumental accompanist at McDaniel College. She also accompanies for many students in the Solo and Ensemble Festival and for many competitions and recitals throughout Maryland.
David Duree studied at the Jordan Conservatory, the University of Maryland and the Catholic University of America. For ten years, he was principal chair saxophone of the U.S. Naval Academy Band and for twenty-two years, principal chair clarinetist (and founding member) of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra. He has appeared as soloist with the Annapolis, Salisbury, Frederick, and Westminster Symphony Orchestras. Mr. Duree is an adjunct lecturer in music at both Hood College and McDaniel College, where he teaches clarinet and saxophone. He has recorded for Centaur Records and performs with the Two Rivers Chamber Orchestra, Hood Chamber Players, Mistral Winds, and the Dumale Trio.
Lynne Griffith currently serves as an adjunct lecturer in Horn at McDaniel College. A student of Gregory Hustis and William Scharnberg, she has performed extensively in the US and abroad in ensembles as varied as the Singapore Symphony and the One O'clock Lab Band. She is a frequent performer with Chamber Music on the Hill and a member of the Mistral Winds.
The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, call 410-857-2599.
Monday, November 25, 2013 at 7:00pm
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