At the Door $30 --- Children free --- Students $10
*** Tickets will be held for you at the door ***
Here we go:
Douglas is the founder of THE NEW BAROQUE SOLOISTS and wrote all the arrangements for tonight's performance.
Encore! Bravo! Encore! Encore!
THE NEW BAROQUE SOLOIST
and now it is on to the party
Happy New Year!
You are invited to a book signing of my new book this Saturday (Oct 10th) at 2:00 PM at the Hickory Stick in Washington Depot Come and have a look. Hope to see you there.
Charles Raskob Robinson
Fellow, American Society of Marine Artists
All book net proceeds benefit the Society.
Board Member Waltraud Tammen welcomes the audience.
All pictures by Carl Weese.Greg Davis was busy with recording the performance - a big THANK YOU to both of them! Here you can find all of Greg's shots from previous concerts and much more.
Welcome back Terence Flanagan, one of the country's leading organists!
Derek Ratzenboeck, violin, has played throughout the 2015 Summer Festival. Cellist Mihai Marica played at last year's Summer Festival - glad you were able to make it back to Washington.
Douglas Myers, founder of The New Baroque Soloists and WFM's Music Director gave a great performance as horn soloist playing one of his beloved Quantz discoveries. Another splendid play
by oboists Kemp Jernigan!
Barbara Paul Robinson. All structures were created by in-house engineer Charlie Robinson - who says that bankers are not builders ;-)
Two artists discussing the next show? Barbara von Schreiber of Washington Art Association fame and Gerald Incandela, one of three guests of tonight's party who made the Most Influential People in Litchfield County list last year, he just had a very successful show at the Five Points Gallery in Torrington. Besides that he designed the WFM logo and helped to develop our 'corporate' image.Georgianna Middlebrook (selected last year as one of the 50 most influential people in Litchfield County by TownVibe and Leslie Middlebrook-Moore in the background, wearing that chic jacket. Blue was one of the in-colors that evening.
Bob McWilliam is a big supporter of choral music, here in talks with violinist Derek Ratzenboeck.
Stephanie Fenwick, who has traveled extensively in Russia.
Carlos Canal Jr. for your gracious toast to WFM. Here he congratulates Derek on his splendid performance.
Wesley Rouse quips "Of cause - it is true - today is the final proof." Next to him are Marty Rook of New Preston Kitchen Goods (yes - he is on that famous Top 50 list, too) and Richard Wallgren. Looking for a pied-à-terre in the City - Richard has one left just for you at 432 Park Ave ;-)
Derek Ratzenboeck, violin, Adda Kridler, violin, Joseph Lee, cello, Barbara Lister-Sink, harpsichord and piano, Douglas Myers, trumpet and horn, Kemp Jernigan, oboe.
Internationally acclaimed pianist Barbara Lister-Sink gave a superb performance of Mozart's Piano Quartet in G minor.
Special thanks go to Greg Davis colleague Steven Laisi, who recorded several of the concerts in Washington - we can't wait to get the CD ready.