Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Intimate Music at St. Barnabas March 29



Whats Up Logo for Libsyn and WordPress-150x150The Intimate Music Series at St. Barnabas will be showcasing a world premier at its next concert at 7 pm on Sunday, March 29th.  

Musicians Sue Jane and Stephen Bryant
Musicians Sue Jane and Stephen Bryant

Canadian composer Arthur Bachmann had Bainbridge musicians in mind when he wrote Wood Poppy and Wild Iris.  The concert, titled Conversations: Music for Strings and Winds, will include a serenade by Ludwig van Beethoven as well as music by 20th century composers.

St. Barnabas Church
St. Barnabas Church

The St. Barnabas concert features the following musicians:

Stephen Bryant             Violin

Sue Jane Bryant            Viola

Virginia Cziekonski       Cello

Suzanne Burton             Flute

Amy Duerr Day              Oboe and English Horn

Judith Lawrence            Bassoon

Sponsored in part by St. Barnabas Episcopal Church and BI Arts & Humanities Council, the series is in its second season.  More information at www.intimatemusicseries.com

Credits:  BCB host, writer, audio tech and editor Sandy Schubach; BCB publisher Diane Walker.