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Fredericksburg Music 2013/14 Concert Schedule
Wednesday, September 4, 2013 • Posted September 5, 2013

The Fredericksburg Music Club is pleased to announce their 2013-2014 concert schedule. All of the concerts will be held at the Fredericksburg United Methodist Church, 1800 N. Llano, and will begin at 3:00. Everyone is encouraged to join the Fredericksburg Music Club and membership envelopes will be available at the first concert. Also, goodwill donations will be accepted at each concert and will help to pay for concert expenses.

The first concert is September 15th and will feature Fei-Fei Dong performing on the piano. Ms. Dong is the silver medal winner of the 2013 Van Cliburn Competition. She has been giving recitals since the age of 10.

On October 13 we will enjoy Tre Voci Trio. Tre Voci Trio signifies “Three Voices”. This chamber music group includes violinist Rodica Gonzalez, cellist Jeffrey Butler, and pianist Ilgin Aka.

The November 17th concert will feature the return of Chris McGuire and his classical guitar. Patrons will remember how Mr. McGuire makes each person feel like they are a part of his performance.

On January 19th, FMC welcomes Kathryn Findlen to Fredericksburg. Ms Findlen is a Mezzo Soprano and has been nominated for the best classical vocalist of the year in Austin by the Austin Critics Table Awards.

Kirsten Yon will be featured on February 16th. Ms. Yon is an Associate Professor of Violin at the University of Houston.

March 16th will feature Christine Gage. This concert will feature pieces from her series of albums of lovely Franco-Lone Star fusion entitled Texafrance. Ms Gage currently serves as a Trustee on the National Board of Trustees of The Recording Academy.

The April 27th concert will feature LoAn Lin, pianist. Ms Lin is the current gold medalist of the 2012 San Antonio International Piano Competition.

The concert season will end on May 18th with the Mirari Brass Quintet. A Mirari audience can expect to hear works from the Renaissance to the Contemporary – including Latin and Jazz.

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