Fine Arts Chamber Players presents Basically Beethoven Festival

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Fine Arts Chamber Players presents 2017 Basically Beethoven Festival
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Fine Arts Chamber Players will present the 38th annual Basically Beethoven Festival. For 2018, FACP will produce five free concerts. Every program starts with a Rising Star Recital at 2:30 pm followed by a Feature Performance at 3 pm. Rising Star Recitals present local, gifted young musicians; Feature Performances showcase professional musicians from the area.

  • July 1 - Eclectet: Rising Star Recital features student musician Josephine Chiu, piano, joined by the professional musicians of the afternoon’s Feature Performance and Scott Sheffler, bass; Feature Performance will feature Florence Wang, violin; Sean Riley, violin; Rachel McDonald, viola; and Joseph Kuipers, cello.
  • July 8 - Diversions & Escapes: Rising Star Recital will feature Shiv Yajnik, piano, joined by professional musicians Jen Chang Betz, violin, and Joseph Kuipers, cello; Feature Performance will feature a piano trio composed of Shauna Thompson, flute; Deborah Brooks, cello; and Shields-Collins Bray, piano.
  • July 15 - Pianos & Percussion: Rising Star Recital features Matthew Ho, violin, and Claire Chiang, piano; Feature Performance features Catherine Lysinger, piano, and Alex McDonald, piano, joined by percussionists Dan Florio and Brian Jones.
  • July 22 - Four Hornsmen of the Apocalypse: Rising Star Recital features William Sprinkle, oboe, and Eduardo Rojas, piano; Feature Performance features French horn ensemble Four Hornsmen of the Apocalypse, including local musician Gerry Wood, with Paul Blackstone, Brian Brown, and Audrey Good.
  • July 29 - Art Song: Rising Star Recital features local composer Jason Mulligan, with Alex McDonald, piano performing; Feature Performance features operatic bass Jared Schwartz with The Dallas Opera’s Music Director of Education Mary Dibbern, piano.

Event Details

When

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Where

Moody Performance Hall
2520 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201

Ticket Info

Admission is free.