MANSFIELD – Saint Peter’s Music Collection is happy to announce the return of dwell performances at St. Peter’s Catholic Church. Famend flutist Angela Massey will carry out on Monday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m.
Massey will probably be accompanied by Erika Dohi on piano. The efficiency will characteristic works by JS Bach, Mouquet, Saint-Saens, and Matt Smith.
“We’re very excited to welcome the return of dwell classical performances to St. Peter’s,” stated Very Rev. Gregory Hite, pastor of St. Peter’s Parish. “We have now demonstrated that attending Sunday liturgies could be carried out safely, and we imagine we are able to do the identical with our Music Collection whereas observing well being tips.”
All attendees will probably be requested to put on masks and comply with present CDC and Ohio Division of Well being suggestions.
“The purpose of the Music Collection is to supply the group the chance to expertise classical performances,” stated Music Collection Director Invoice Johnson. “The acoustics of St. Peter’s Church supplies a singular live performance expertise. One which dates again to the classical interval itself as church buildings typically served as live performance venues.”
Massey maintains an energetic profession as a solo artist, chamber artist, orchestral musician, and teacher. She has carried out in venues throughout the US and Europe.
Massey’s tutorial credentials embody a certificates in Superior Flute Research from Carnegie Mellon College, a Grasp of Music diploma in flute efficiency from the College of Cincinnati School-Conservatory of Music, and a Bachelor of Music diploma in flute efficiency from the College of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Massey may also carry out a Masterclass at St. Peter’s Faculty for college students who play the flute. The Masterclass is open to any space highschool pupil. In case your baby performs flute and desires to attend, electronic mail Invoice Johnson at email@example.com to study extra particulars. There isn’t any price to attend the category.
St. Peter’s Music Collection is underwritten by way of a grant by the Robert and Esther Black Household Basis Fund, The Robert J. and Stella Sutter Household Fund on the Richland County Basis, and the Cleveland Monetary Group.