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Former St. Patrick's church site of chamber music concert

6:27 PM, Apr. 18, 2013  |  Comments
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East Side Chamber Players, Inc. (ESCP) will present a free concert of chamber music on Sunday, April 28 at 4 p.m., at the former St. Patrick's Church, located at 41 E. Follett St., Fond du Lac.

The program will feature Paul Thompson, graduate of St. Mary's Springs Academy and Marian University, who will perform Schumann's "Dichterliebe" accompanied by Johanna Shilling; and Holst's "Four Songs for Voice and Violin" with Rebecca Schulz on violin. The program will include "Debussy for Clarinet" arranged by Lionel Lethbridge; with Liz Ramirez, clarinet, and Emily Rokser, piano, and "String Quartet No 3" by Phillip Glass.

Founded in the Spring of 2011, ESCP, Inc. is a group of talented young musicians from the east side of Milwaukee, whose mission is to further art and culture, through the performance of chamber music. ESCP performs bi-monthly concerts in the Milwaukee area; and provides outreach to schools and retirement communities.

Concert is free. Donations are accepted.

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