CHARLOTTE – The next Providence Chamber Music Series concert, “Wonderful Winds,” features music for woodwinds in a variety of musical styles and instrumental combinations.
Charlotte Symphony Orchestra clarinetist/bass clarinetist Allan Rosenfeld opens the program with two French works for clarinet and piano, Eugene Bozza’s “Idylle” and Henri Rabaud’s “Solo de Concours, op. 10.” He is accompanied by Paul Nitsch, professor of piano at Queens University.
Next, Charlotte Symphony Orchestra oboist Erica Cice and Charlotte Symphony Orchestra principal bassoonist Olivia Oh perform Francis Poulenc’s “Trio” for oboe, bassoon and piano with Paul Nitsch at the piano.
The program concludes with former Charlotte Symphony Orchestra principal clarinetist Gene Kavadlo performing a set of selections titled, “Klezmer Music in the Church,” with his Klezmer sextet (Charlotte Symphony Orchestra violinists Tatiana Karpova and Oliver Kot, former Charlotte Symphony Orchestra principal violist Ali Kavadlo, former Charlotte Symphony Orchestra cellist Tanja Bechtler and Charlotte Symphony Orchestra principal bassist Kurt Riecken).
The free concert starts at 7 p.m. Nov. 3 at Providence United Methodist Church, 2810 Providence Road.
Call 704-333-9536 or 704-366-7442 or visit www.providenceumc.org/music for details.