The estimable Polish-American visual artist Anna Van Matre will exhibit a group of her works in the rooms of the Peterloon mansion, a new feature that will accompany and enhance this and our upcoming concerts with the work of Ohio/Kentucky artists.
In the program, making her first appearance with us is the extraordinary cellist, Amy Gillingham, who will solo Fredric Chopin’s rarely heard Cello Sonata in G minor, Op. 65, one of the few works of the Polish Romantic composer written for an instrument other than the piano.
An informal get-together with the artists, over tea, coffee and pastries will follow the concert.
WHAT and WHERE: Music for All Seasons at Peterloon on February 11 at 2 pm at Peterloon Estate at 8605 Hopewell Road, in the Village of Indian Hill. RESERVATIONS: firstname.lastname@example.org / TICKETS: $35; FLEXIBLE 4-TICKET PASSES: $120 INFORMATION: http://www.musicseasonscincinnati.com; http://www.RafaelMusicNotes.com ; http://www.facebook.com/groups/musicforallseasonscincinnati