Date: Tuesday, Feb. 17 – 7:00 p.m.
Back by popular demand this dynamic duo will perform Broadway and Classical tunes, as well as, laid back jazz standards.
Date: Sunday, Mar. 1 – Two Identical Concerts: 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. (call the church office for tickets)
Cost: Although Free, you must have a ticket indicating the concert you will be attending.
Guest Vocalist ~ Zofia Majewski
You will hear the sound of more than two dozen harps as they “Do Broadway.”
Directed by Dickie Fleisher, Principal Harpist of The Naples Philharmonic.
Date: Tuesday, Mar. 17 – 7:00 p.m.
An Evening of Black and Gold
With integrity, passion, unparalleled showmanship and attention to every detail, the men of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club have proudly served as ambassadors of the university with honor and dignity for more than 115 years. Founded in 1893, this select ensemble has entertained on behalf of Purdue University for campus, community, state, national and international events, averaging between 50-60 appearances each year.
This dynamic musical troupe employs a versatile repertoire including gospel, vocal jazz, swing, contemporary hits, romantic ballads, classical choral selections, barbershop, folk melodies, patriotic standards, familiar opera choruses, country and novelty tunes, and utilizes small groups and outstanding soloists to further enhance each show.
Glenn and Leelo Basham
Date: Saturday, Mar. 21 – 2:00 p.m.
Leelo Basham, flute ~ Glenn Basham, violin
Dr. Becky Weese, organ
Art & Music creatively woven through music with the Palette Pals of Naples UCC.
Featuring a musical work by Craig Phillips entitled “Scenes from a Gallery.”
Live artists will paint as live music is performed. Don’t miss this exciting event.
Date: Tuesday, Jan. 20 – 7:00 p.m.
Deb Stehr, Kevin Mauldin, Matt Medlock, and Bjorn Homonst
This is a one-of-a- kind program! Four upright basses will perform a variety of music from classical literature to pop. Sources say “it’s a concert not to miss.”
Date: Tuesday, Feb. 24 – 7:00 p.m.
Tian Ying, pianist from Miami
Praised by the Boston Globe as “one of the finest pianists active in America,” Tian Ying, winner of many prestigious awards, including high honors at the Eighth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 1989, has become well-known for his eloquent, poetic, and dramatically intense performances. Ying’s reputation for unusually searching and profound interpretations played at the highest level of virtuoso accomplishment has earned him a distinguished place among today’s most exciting, original and accomplished artists of his generation.
Tian Ying has been on the faculty of the Keyboard Performance at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music in Coral Gables, Florida since 2002.
He will perform works by Bach, Chopin, and Liszt.
Date: Tuesday, Mar. 31 – 7:00 p.m.
Jennifer Kozbial, violin
JT Posadas, viola
Adam Satinsky, cello
Works for string trio by Boccherini, Francaix, Borodin, and Ernst Naumann
The Ars Nova String Trio presents a unique and diverse program that includes rarely performed gems of the chamber music literature. From the mature work of a seasoned Boccherini to the very early works of Francaix, Borodin, and Naumann, this program will surprise you from the beginning to the end. Comprised of members of the Naples Philharmonic, the Ars Nova String Trio is proud to make its return to the Tuesdays at Twilight Series.
Dr. Becky Weese, Director of Music
Dr. Lou Fischer, Chair
Dr. Margaret Ward, Vice Chair
Joyce Agnew, Bob Brown, Kris Brown,
Margaret Kleber, Dr. Tim McArthy,
Thomas Packard, Sharon Svoboda, Bernie Young