Jack Sutte, trumpet Jack Sutte joined the Cleveland Orchestra as second trumpet in 1999, having previously played principal trumpet in the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Norway. A native of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, he attended the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where he earned a bachelor of music degree, and the Juilliard School in New York City, where he earned a master of music degree. He studied with Frank Kaderabek at Curtis, Raymond Mase at Juilliard, and Chris Gekker at the Aspen Festival. YOUR GIFT IS CRUCIAL TO SUSTAIN CITY MUSIC PROGRAMS. Help us make their 10th Anniversary Season the greatest ever!
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Cecilia Music Center and Grand Rapids is one of only a handful of institutions and cities in America that have the most prominent cultural organization in the country programming for our audiences,” said Cathy Holbrook, executive director of St. Cecilia Music Center . “Weve always coined our series Great music right here at home,’ and that’s more relevant than ever with this NYC2GR series. The 2013-14 St. Cecilia Chamber Music Series season includes three programs devoted to Russian music, Czech music and German music. Each of the three concerts has a familiar, much-loved work as well as one that’s new or little known.
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An early gift from the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society
“We do this sort of special concert for the year-round Islanders,” said MVCMS board president David Rhoderick. “It’s sort of our gift back to the community. It’s an important thing we think we should do.” And what a treat for Vineyard audiences. The four-piece ensemble is made up of musicians who have all played for summer Island audiences before. Violinist Stephanie Chase is internationally recognized as “One of the violin greats of our era,” (Newhouse Newspapers) whose award-winning performances at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow led to concert and solo performances throughout the world including with the New York Philharmonic and London Symphony Orchestra, among many others. Ms.
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Chamber Music Society concert is Sunday
Klein International String Competition; the first violist ever to do so. The program features the Suite in A Major for Violin, Viola and Cello by Jean Sibelius, the String Quintet in F Major, Op. 88 by Johannes Brahms, and the String Quintet in E-Flat Major, Op. 97 by Antonin Dvorak. The concert, which begins at 3 p.m., will take place at the Concord Academy Performing Arts Center, 166 Main St.
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