“Musical Passport” with the Harmonium Winds
Sunday, August 12, 3:00 p.m.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Looking through the lens of American immigration for the past two centuries, Harmonium Winds has developed a program that reflects the nationalities and cultures that have created the melting pot of American music.
As immigrants came to the United States they brought things that were familiar to them, including their music. Between the mid 1800s and the present day, the United States has welcomed and assimilated millions of immigrants and their music from all over the globe. Harmonium Winds will perform music representing some of these countries, including Italy, Russia, Spain, Ireland, Argentina and Mexico.
634 W 4th St #110, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
- Everyday parking is available behind Bookmarks' building off Holly Street and in the Nash Building parking lot at the corner of Poplar and W. 4th St.
- Handicapped parking is available in the parking lot next to Bookmarks at Foundations Early Learning Center.
- On weekends or weekdays after 6 p.m., visitors may also use the parking lot next to Bookmarks at Foundations Early Learning Center.
- GPS address for parking: 632 Holly Avenue (this is the building directly across from our parking lot entrance; you will see our parking lot on the opposite side)
Peter Shanahan, flute, is a member of the Western Piedmont Symphony and is a frequent performer with the Greensboro and Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestras. He serves as the instructor of flute at Radford University in Virginia. Alongside his wife, Lissie, Peter is the co-director of the Winston-Salem Flute Academy, one of the largest flute studios in North Carolina. He holds degrees from Indiana University and UNCSA.
Jessica Warner, oboe, is a member of the Western Piedmont Symphony and has also performed with the Charlotte, North Carolina, Winston-Salem, Peoria (IL), Monterrey (Mexico) Symphony Orchestras and the Auckland (NZ) Philharmonia. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the University of Texas. Ms. Warner currently resides in Boone, NC with her husband, Drew Leslie and their two children, Thad and Natalie.
Carmen Eby, clarinet, is an active freelance artist and educator in the Piedmont Triad region, She holds the position of principal clarinet with the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and Opera Roanoke in Virginia.
In addition to her position as Instructor of Clarinet at High Point University, Greensboro College, and Guilford College, Ms. Eby maintains a private lesson studio in Greensboro, North Carolina. Ms. Eby gives clinics and master classes throughout the Piedmont Triad Region as well as working regularly with the Roanoke Youth Symphony Orchestra in Virginia. She has also been on the faculty at UNCG Summer Music Camp, Lutheran Summer Music Program and New England Music Camp.
Previously, Ms.Eby was on the faculty at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio and has been an active clinician and educator in the Central Ohio region. She holds her MM in clarinet performance from Ohio State University and her BA in Music Education from Luther College. Carmen lives in Greensboro with her husband, Chad Eby, and their two children Spenser and Mira.
Joe Mount has been a member of the French horn section of the Winston-Salem Symphony since 1986. He also performs with the Greensboro Symphony and he is a member of the Giannini Brass. Joe hails from California and holds music degrees from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music and UNCSA. He is a founding member and Artistic Co-Director of Music Carolina.
Colombian-born Juan Antonio Rodriguez Diaz is Principal Bassoon of the Union Symphony Orchestra. He has appeared in performances and festivals in Europe as well as North and South America. Trained in Colombia and the USA, he holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Caldas and an Artist Diploma from Duquesne University. He is currently pursuing his Master of Music at UNCSA.
Umoja – Valerie Coleman
Molly On the Shore – Percy Grainger
Cubana – Enrique Granados
Ritual Fire Dance – Manuel De Falla
Libertango – Astor Piazzolla
Butcher's Dance – Donald Draginski
Danse Bacchanale from Samson and Delilah – Camille Saint-Saens
Ragtime Dance – Scott Joplin
Sabre Dance – Aram Khachaturian