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    Diablo Symphony Ensembles in Digital Concert: Ellington and More

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    Date(s) - 05/06/2021
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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    “First Thursday” Digital Premiere, May 6,  1, 7:30 p.m. – Another chance to explore and love chamber music as ensembles from the DSO’s brass, wind and string sections treat us to a second journey through a range of chamber music styles, including an arrangement of music by Duke Ellington (1899-1974).

    Other works include Franz Schubert’s Cello string quintet, a piano trio by Eric Ewazen (1954-) and a suite for winds by David Uber (1921-2007).  Music Director Matilda Hofman will discuss the music and catch up with Diablo Symphony musicians Anne Koeller, Dean Boysen, Chris Diggins, and Wendy Jacobsen. You can join the program at 7:30 directly through YouTube link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3fsjtEVIQY, or through the DSO’s website www.diablosymphony.org (just scroll down a bit and click the picture under the title “Chamber Music Concert – DSO Digital Premiere).

    Performing are Sara Usher (violin), Lauren West (violin), Anne Koeller (viola), Christine Hsia (cello), Eileen Benway (cello), Alan Kingsley (flute), Bob Satterford (horn), Kirsten West (piano), Marianne Beeler (flute), Eva Langfeldt (oboe), Chris Diggins (clarinet), Dean Boysen (trumpet), Wendy Jacobsen (bassoon).

    To catch up on the Symphony’s full 2020-2021 Digital Premiere series – now a YouTube playlist! – click this link and select the concert of your choice:
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLm-hd3ed-uHvcRwTh6Y2QN4kiMaeBYuXB

    And visit the DSO’s YouTube channel at
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDZUIqlP1LYp5tuFusha0rw to find a wide range of works presented by the DSO and an exciting array of collaborators and guest artists – and please subscribe (no charge) to this ever-expanding channel highlighting the oldest aggregation of highly trained volunteer musicians in Contra Costa County and concerts that appeal to all ages.

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