Benefit Concert in Newport
and is dedicated to quality performances in settings that provide educational and cultural relationships between musicians and audience.
program will present some of the best of classical compositions from both members and friends of the Orchestra. Participating is Steven Tatum, bassoon; Howie Arzt, Clarinet; Mark Violette, piano; Paula Hansen Graveline, flute; Thurmond Knight, cello; Lee Story, piano; Chris Maginnis, clarinet; Heather Webster, flute; Chris Nicotera, harp; Anne Steinberg, flute; Steven Tatum, oboe; David Harrison, vocalist;, Megan Carpenter, french horn; Rachel Keck, viola; Kevin Emerson, trumpet; David Killam, piano; Jim McKimm, organ, and Iain McHarg, bagpipe. The program will conclude by a haunting, yet majestic “Highland Cathedral” with flute, bagpipe, and organ. For the complete program, visit the Series website at www.nowplayingnewport.com.
will be served during the intermission, provided by members and friends of the orchestra and St. Mark's. Tickets are very affordable and are available online at www.nowplayingnewport.com. We expect to be a sold out performance, so get your tickets well in advance to assure you place in the audience.
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