a.m., Sept. 5)
Concerts Cumberland announces 06/07 lineup
By Fred Sherwin
Cumberland recently announced its line-up for the coming season and once again
it includes a number of high calibre classical performers.
violinist Augustin Hadelich will kick off the series on Sept. 22 at the Orleans
United Church located at the corner of Orleans Blvd. and Fortune Drive accompanied
by Canadian pianist Ian Parker.
A prolific composer
since the age of seven, Hadelich often includes his own work in his recitals.
Hes a graduate of the Julliard School which he attended after suffering
a tragic accident in 1999 in which he was severly burned.
Tickets to all
Concerts Cumberland performances are $22 for adults, $18 for seniors and $10
for students under the age of 25. A family pass for two adults and two children
under 16 is also available for $50. A more economical choice is to buy a season
pass which allows you admittance to all four concerts in the series. The cost
for an adult pass is $70, while a senior season pass is just $60 and a student
season pass is $10.
Besides the Augustin
Hadelich and Ian Parker concert, other performances include classical guitarist
Agustin Maruri with cellist Michael Jones on Nov. 10, the Toronto Consort
on March 9 and pianist David Jalbert on April 27.
One of the things
that make Concerts Cumberland performacnces so special is the ability to meet
the performers during an informal reception after each concert. To order your
tickets in advance simply call Suzanne McCully at 837-6104.
was made possible thanks to the generous support of our local
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