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Two Rivers Piano & Wind Ensemble Concert
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The program, entitled "Windswept," will include works by American, German and French composers.
Admission to the concert will be free for Friends of Music members. The ticket price for others will be $20 per person ($18 before April 16).
Tickets and Friends' memberships can be purchased on the Friends' website at www.friendswv.org or by mail (FOM, PO Box 220, Shepherdstown, WV 25443). Visa and Master Card will be accepted.
The Two Rivers Piano and Wind Ensemble includes the following musicians:
Scott Beard, Piano. Dr. Beard has performed as a soloist, chamber musician
and orchestra soloist throughout the U.S. and Canada and in Europe and South
America. He was Coordinator of Keyboard Studies at Shepherd University from
1998-2011, and currently serves as Shepherd's Associate Provost and Dean of
Graduate Studies & Continuing Education.
Noelle Drewes, Oboe. Dr. Drewes is the principal oboe with the Apollo
Orchestra and is a founding member of the Capital Reeds. She has performed on
numerous occasions as a guest with the National Symphony Orchestra and many
other orchestras in the region. She teaches at Montgomery County Community
College, and maintains a private teaching studio out of her home in Bowie,
David Drosinos, Clarinet. Mr. Drosinos has performed in Greece, Ireland,
Moscow, Finland, the Bahamas and all over the continental U.S. He teaches at
the Baltimore School for the Arts, the Peabody Preparatory, and Shepherd
Lynn Moncilovich, Bassoon. Ms. Moncilovich is the principal bassoonist of
Central Maryland's Londontowne Symphony Orchestra, and second bassoonist with
the Keystone Wind Ensemble in Pennsylvania. She also performs frequently with
the Lancaster PA Symphony Orchestra.
Daniel Carter, Horn. Mr. Carter is adjunct horn instructor at Shepherd
University and teaches Elementary Band and Strings in the Howard County MD
Public System. He is principal horn of the Two Rivers Chamber Orchestra.
The piano used for this concert has been graciously provided by the Steinway
Piano Gallery of Washington, DC.
The Friends of Music is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1999 to
support and promote musical excellence in the Eastern Panhandle. For full
information about the Friends and their concerts go to www.friendswv.org.