The “Key Winds Trio” are really first-rate musicians, and they’ll be in concert at the Essex Community Church at 11:30 this Thursday, the 27th.
I understand that a lot of people have a real “day job” they have to be at, but I always feel a little sorry for folks who COULD show up when we have really excellent mid-day performances such as “Point-Counterpoint”, and they either didn’t get the word, or just let the opportunity pass them by.
I have heard Janice Kyle on oboe, Janine Scherline on clarinet, and David Carpenter on the piano a number of times, and I’m always impressed with their program selection and presentation. Each one is a master of their instrument, and they demonstrate a fantastic range of musicianship. And for a “free will donation”, you just cannot beat the price for an hour of high-caliber entertainment. You don’t normally hear these three instruments together, but the Key Winds’ repertoire includes some rarely-heard works written specifically for this combination, and the results are remarkable.
Please make a note to join us for an hour of really good entertainment by three wonderfully warm personalities. Spread the word, bring a friend, and enjoy the concert. I hope to see you there.
Key Winds Trio Concert Today
The concert begins at 11:30 a.m. at the Essex Community Church, just across the street from the Essex-Charlotte ferry dock. The Mid Day Concert Series series features an eclectic mix of music performed by local musicians. The atmosphere is casual, and attendees are invited to have lunch following the performance at a local restaurant. Performances are held Thursday mornings at 11:30am, and last about 45 minutes.
Go to the Essex Community Concerts website for more information about the performer(s) and upcoming concerts.