Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

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Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been lost in modern times due to financial constraints.   For this concert, the group will perform Mozart’s Octet in E Flat Major and will also be joined by pianist/Artistic Director for Mozart’s lyrical Piano Quintet.  Finally, the Asheville Clarinet Choir, composed of clarinets of all shapes and sizes, will also be featured in a performance of a movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and music by some of Mozart’s lesser-known contemporaries such as Stamitz and Pleyel.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

We usher in the holiday season with a very fun, family-friendly program of four-hand piano arrangements of some of the best-loved holiday classics highlighted by a virtuoso version of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” that is a true high-wire choreographed ballet of twenty fingers competing on a single piano.   We will also perform Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Bells” and jazzy arrangements of some popular Carols and Christmas nuggets.   This is a great way to get the holiday season started and a great concert for all ages to attend!  All children 18 and under are Free!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join AmiciMusic for another wonderful evening of songs, duets, and operatic scenes with two incredibly powerful voices—soprano Simone Vigilante from Asheville and tenor John Kaneklides, from New York City, who has been praised for his “commanding and bold voice” and described as “the very picture of youthful optimism and potential” by Opera News.

Artistic Director Dan Weiser will support from the piano in a program of music by Puccini, Verdi, Lehar, Webber, Kern, and more  We will perform at two wonderful homes in the Ramble and Biltmore Forest as well as at the Orchard Inn in Saluda.  Three fantastic venues to see a truly special program of passionate vocal music.  You will not want to miss this!

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

No products were found matching your selection.

Join us for this wonderful chamber music combination of oboe, bassoon, and piano.  Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, will join me for this program of very fun and exquisitely lyrical music for this beautiful and seldom heard combination of instruments.

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

 

Listen to a Podcast about this program produced by Muphen Whitney with Daniel Weiser talking about and playing some of the music:

An exciting program of cello and piano music that all include solo cello cadenzas.  This concert includes the powerful, but rarely heard, Cello Sonata by Anton Rubinstein as well as works by Alexander Tcherepnin, Joachim Stutchewsky, and a thrilling arrangement of George Bizet’s Carmen.   Cellist Frances Borowsky brings her powerful and virtuosic sound back to Asheville

See a performance of Dvorak’s Dumky Trio with Frances and her brother Emmanuel at a home in Asheville, NC

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join pianists Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser in this thrilling four-hand adventure to Spain, or at least to the Spain in the imagination of several non-Spanish composers, including Bizet, Chabrier, Ravel, and Moszkowski.   Spain in the mid 19th century became a fascinating exotic locale for many composers and artists who were excited by the vibrant colors and folk spirit of its people.  Bizet’s “Carmen”, which would become one of the most successful operas of all time, exemplified this Spanish craze and helped bring a new rhythmic freshness and brighter harmonic colors to the concert stage.

Borowsky and Weiser have performed together on many stages, most recently with their exciting “FOUR-HAND FRENCH FROLIC” show.  They have played in over 30 different countries around the world and they bring a visceral and visual energy to all of their programs.  You will not want to miss this “SPANISH SERENADE.”

Check out some of the Borowsky/Weiser duo from their recent French Frolic concert:

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

“A Night in Vienna” is an encore performance of one of our very fun shows from the past featuring great scenes from three Mozart operas (Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Magic Flute) as well as wonderful songs from The Merry Widow by Lehar and Die Fledermaus by Strauss.  Amanda Horton, soprano, and Jonathan Ross, baritone, will join me on this exciting musical voyage to Vienna that you will not want to miss!

 

 

St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Brevard

Join us for our first AmiciMusic Mozart in the Mountains Festival featuring two great programs and five concerts over three days.  To buy a discounted pass good for any of the four public concerts of either “A Night in Vienna” and “Breaking Winds,” please click on this link:  https://amicimusic.org/concert/mozart-in-the-mountains-festival-pass/

Breaking Winds” features the debut of Asheville’s new and exciting Wind Ensemble comprised of some of the top musicians from the Asheville Symphony, Brevard Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, Greenville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony orchestras.   Directed by clarinetist Steve Loew, “Breaking Winds” will revive some fantastic, but forgotten wind music that was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but has been