> Double Wind Quintet Music in Greater Boston : Kammerwerke
  
 
Group picture of Kammerwerke, November 22, 2015
 

 
Thank you for attending our concert!    

 
 
  Friday, April 29, 2016, 7:30 p.m.
 
  FIRST PARISH UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST
75 THE GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MA

Peter Warlock • Capriol Suite ar. John Geddes
John McCabe • Symphony for Ten Wind instruments
Guy Woolfenden • Serenade for Sophia
Nicholas Sims-Williams • Serenade for Ten Wind Instruments
Carol Epple - flute
Wendy Vignaux - flute, alto flute, piccolo
Sandra Ayers - oboe
Carol Louik - oboe, English horn
Linda Poland - clarinet
Joe Kanapka - clarinet, bass clarinet
Allison Eaton - bassoon
Ben Williams - bassoon
Robert Moffett- horn
Emily Wiebe - horn
General Admission: $20
Seniors, Students, FPB Attendees: $15
Children 13-18: $10
Children 12 and under: Free

Advance ticket reservation information:
eMail: tickets@kammerwerke.org
 
 

Kammerwerke is funded in part by grants from the
Bedford, Chelmsford, Concord and Lexington
Cultural Councils, local agencies, supported by the
Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

 
 
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our unique sound combination provides a full range of color, melody and harmony within a musical work
      
The popular wind quintet consists of flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon. The double wind quintet or dectet is a wind quintet with two separate musical parts for each of the 5 instruments, therefore requiring 10 players.
      
MUSIC ENTERTAINS, UNIFIES, HEALS AND
HAS A PURPOSE
"Music is more than entertainment. It unifies humanity and is functional, bringing beauty and enrichment to our personal and professional lives. Allow us to share our artistic gifts to uplift, expand, and enlighten your life experiences, whatever and whenever they may be."
Alan Pearlmutter, Conductor and Music Director
      
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KAMMERWERKE was organized in the summer of 2006 in an effort to bring professional musicians together to play smaller scale musical works.

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