Join the Chameleon Arts Ensemble for a very special virtual family concert inspired by the majesty of our world!
From rolling hills to the night sky, composers find inspiration all around them! Join the Chameleon Arts Ensemble for a very special virtual family concert inspired by the majesty of our world. The program, titled “portraits and places” includes chamber music by Bartok, Haydn, Saint-Saens, John Luther Adams, Libby Larsen, David Ludwig, William Grant Still, and Marcos Balter. Chameleon's resident teacher Hans Spencer will be your guide as we sing with the birds, buzz with mosquitos, visit mountains and mesas, and soar among the stars and constellations.
Ann Bobo, flute; Deborah Boldin, flute; Robyn Bollinger, violin; Nancy Dimock, oboe; Vivian Choi, piano; Elizabeth Fayette, violin; Gary Gorczyca, clarinet; Julianne Lee, violin; William Manley, percussion; Rafael Popper-Keizer, cello; Mika Sasaki, piano; Matt Sharrock, percussion; Hans Spencer, resident teacher; Mike Williams, percussion; Scott Woolweaver, viola; Dave Jamrog, videographer; Patrick Keating, audio engineer
The concert is free and will be available to stream on-demand at https://chameleonarts.org from May 23 through June 20.