Schutz At Honolulu Brass Show

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Crit­i­cally ac­claimed so­prano Rachel Schutz is guest artist for Cham­ber Mu­sic Hawaii’s Feb. 17 con­cert at Pa­liku The­atre, where she will sing with the Honolulu Brass.

The cur­tain goes up at 7:30 p.m. and will fea­ture the Welsh- born Schutz singing Let the Bright Seraphim by Ge­orge Fred­eric Han­del, Su Le Sponde del Te­bro by Alessan­dro Scar­latti and Four Sierra Scenes by An­thony Plog. Honolulu Brass will per­form Quin­tet by Michale Kamen, who is best-known for film scores and work for Bon Jovi, Aero­smith, Pink Floyd and other con­tem­po­rary bands.

Schutz also teaches at UH Manoa along with her hus­band, pian­ist and soloist Jonathan Korth. They have per­formed sep­a­rately and to­gether in Hawaii and all over the world.

Re­fresh­ments will be avail­able at in­ter­mis­sion, and con­cert fans can meet with the per­form­ers at the end of the pro­gram.

Tick­ets cost $30, with dis­counts to se­niors and mil­i­tary. Stu­dents are ad­mit­ted free of charge. To or­der, call 489-5038 or buys tick­ets at the Pa­liku box of­fice 30 min­utes prior to the con­cert.

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