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Cello Fest 2012: Cellists without Borders
The Community Music School of Webster University proudly presents Cello Fest 2012: Cellists without Borders, a concert celebrating music for the cello featuring cellists from St. Louis, Mexico, and Venezuela performing works by Villa-Lobos, John Williams, Popper, Klengel, John Phillips Sousa, Chuck Mangione, and more.
The concert will feature Jazz pianist Phil Dunlap and 17 cellists from St. Louis, Monterrey, Mexico, and Venezuela. Professional musicians include cellists Catherine Lehr and Temenuzhka Ostreva; pianist Vera Parkin; and conductor Leon Burke.
|Where||Community Music School of Webster University 535 Garden Ave, Webster Groves, MO 63119|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–8:30 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Price||$10 Adults; $5 students and seniors|
More About Community Music School of Webster University
Located in Webster Groves, the Community Music School of Webster University is a music education resource which provides students of all ages professional music instruction in a wide variety of instruments. Offering individual and group instruction, Community Music School has programs which include Young Years, Suzuki Strings, orchestras and ensembles, preparatory programs, a Young Composers Competition and summer opportunities.