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24/25 Season Schedule

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September 8th | 5pm | Christ Church Episcopal Hudson
perry roth & hana chu
Pre-concert talk at 4:30pm with reception to follow

Saxophonist Perry Roth is on the faculties at Kent State University’s Hugh A. Glauser School of  Music, The College of Wooster and The Hartt School Community Division at The University of Hartford. Roth is an accomplished solo artist, chamber musician and  educator. He holds the tenor saxophone chair in the Barkada Quartet, which he joined  in the spring of 2017. As an avid performer, he has appeared with the Baton Rouge  Symphony, the Connecticut Valley Symphony, the Hartt Symphony, the JACK Quartet,  the American Modern Ensemble, and the Hartford Independent Chamber Orchestra. Perry is joined on this program by acclaimed soloist and collaborative pianist, Dr. Hana Chu who has graced stages throughout North America, South America, the Middle East, and Korea, performing with many distinguished artists. Renowned for her versatility and artistry, Dr. Chu is highly sought after for her numerous collaborations, showcasing her diverse artistic scope as a chamber musician.


October 27th | 5pm | Christ Church Episcopal Hudson
singers companye
Pre-concert talk at 4:30pm with reception to follow

The acclaimed NE Ohio-based chamber choir under the artistic director of Dr. Samuel Gordon will perform modern choral works by Morten Lauridsen, JAC Redford, Jocelyn Hagen, Jacob Narverud, Samuel Gordon, and Paul John Rudoi. Along with the new instrumental chamber ensemble, VoxMix Collective, the theme is "Evening...a time of reflection." Canadian violinist, Maude Cloutier and cellist, Brendon Phelps are featured alongside Amy Sauriol as collaborative pianist. Join us to hear what the Washington Post describes as an ensemble of “unfailingly beautiful tone and charm.”

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November 17th | 5pm | Christ Church Episcopal Hudson
Haig hovsepian & matias nestor cuevas
Pre-concert talk at 4:30pm with NO RECEPTION

Armenian-American violinist, Haig Hovsepian "belongs to a select group of the most gifted musicians of his generation” (violinist, Ilya Kaler). At his young age of 25, Haig Hovsepian is an artist who is dedicated to promoting music of various genres at the crossroads of cultures, forms, and styles. Haig is joined by Chilean-American Pianist, Matias Nestor Cuevas, has been pursuing his Master of Music degree in piano performance at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami with Kevin Kenner since 2023. He earned his Undergraduate degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music with Dr. Daniel Shapiro and previously studied under the guidance of Vincenzo Balzani and Silvia Rumi at the “G. Verdi” Conservatory of Music in Milan, Italy.


February 9th | 5pm | Christ Church Episcopal Hudson
spencer myer, piano
Pre-concert talk at 4:30pm with reception to follow

Lauded for “superb playing” and “poised, alert musicianship” by The Boston Globe and labeled “definitely a man to watch” by London’s The Independent, American pianist Spencer Myer is one of the most respected and sought-after artists on today’s concert stages. Spencer Myer’s current season includes touring throughout the United States, highlighted by his debut engagements with the Anderson Symphony Orchestra (IN), under the baton of guest conductor Ian Passmore, Gulf Coast Symphony Orchestra (MS) and Greenville Symphony Orchestra (SC), as well as returns to the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra and Longmont Symphony Orchestra, Music Director Elliot Moore conducting.

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March 23rd | 5pm | Christ Church Episcopal Hudson
les Délices
Pre-concert talk at 4:30pm with reception to follow

Les Délices brings long-forgotten music alive for contemporary audiences. Founded by baroque oboist Debra Nagy in 2009, Les Délices has established a reputation for unique programs that “can’t help but get one listening and thinking in fresh ways” (San Francisco Classical Voice). This new program from Les Délices entitled “The Poet & the Prodigy” explores fascinating connections between two titans of the Baroque: J.S. Bach & François Couperin. Experience Couperin’s musical poetry alongside Bach’s profound expression in intimate solos for harpsichord, obbligato sonatas for violin and oboe, and a special trio arrangement of Bach’s thrilling Concerto in C minor for violin and oboe. 


April 27th | 5pm | Christ Church Episcopal Hudson
The Annual Lola Rothmann Concert

greta pasztor chamber ensemble
Pre-concert talk at 4:30pm with fully catered reception to follow

Dr. Greta Pasztor is a concert pianist, collaborator, conductor, and teacher in Tucson, Arizona. She earned her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Arizona in Piano Performance in 2024, where she studied piano with Dr. Fanya Lin and Dr. John Milbauer. She has previously received Master of Music degrees in Piano Performance and Choral Conducting from Kent State University (2021), as well as Bachelor’s degrees in Keyboard Performance and Music Theory from Baldwin Wallace University (2018). Dr. Pasztor will conduct and play both the Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 and Bloch Concerto Grosso from the keyboard joined by an ensemble of NE Ohio-based musicians. Don't miss our final concert of the season with a fully catered reception!

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