Musicians from Marlboro end on a high note
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Musicians From Marlboro
Musicians From Marlboro
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BRATTLEBORO- On Friday, April 4, the Brattleboro Music Center presents Musicians From Marlboro at Centre Congregational Church, in the final concert of its 2013-14 chamber music series.

Musicians From Marlboro, the touring extension of the Marlboro Music Festival offers exceptional young professional musicians together with seasoned artists in varied chamber music programs. The resulting ensembles offer audiences the chance to both discover seldom-heard masterworks and enjoy fresh interpretations of chamber music favorites.

The Musicians from Marlboro touring program has introduced to American audiences many of today’s leading solo and chamber music artists early in their careers, and in the process has offered these artists valuable performing experience and exposure.

The Musicians From Marlboro concert features Tibi Cziger, clarinet; Natalya Rose Vrbsky, bassoon; Wei-Ping Chou, horn; Julianne Lee, violin; David McCarroll, violin; Dimitri Murrath, viola; Judith Serkin, cello; and Tony Flynt, bass, performing “Lyrisches Andante” by Max Reger; “Cypresses for String Quartet, B. 152” by Antonín Dvorák; and “Octet in F Major, D. 803” by Franz Schubert.

Musicians From Marlboro will perform on Friday, April 4, at 7:30 pm, at Centre Congregational Church, 193 Main Street. To purchase concert tickets, ($30, $20, $10), call the Brattleboro Music Center at (802) 257-4523 or visit www.bmcvt.org.
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