The 2015 Fall Casual Concerts Series
Wine Country Brass
Join oboist Daniel Celidor , John Lounsberry (French Horn) and seven other chamber performers for an afternoon featuring woodwind and brass quintets. Daniel Celidore attended Oberlin Conservatory and Sonoma State University. He is a founding member of Nota Bene and the Coastal Winds. He is adjunct oboe instructor for Santa Rosa Junior College, and Sonoma State University. and recently appeared as soloist with the American Philharmonic, the St Helena Chamber Singers, and in performances with Nota Bene and the Coastal Winds. John Lounsbery graduated from Juilliard. He was formerly a member of the Milwaukee Symphony (67-02) and New Haven Symphony (65-67) as principal horn. He played the world premiere of the David Amram Horn Concerto as well as many solos and concertos with the Milwaukee Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Locally, he has played with the American Philharmonic and is currently on the faculty (as horn instructor) at Santa Rosa Junior College.
Friday, January 29th, Robert Brent Auditorium, 7:00pm
Sing-Along Messiah – An Annual Holiday Event
Let your holiday spirits soar at the 22nd annual Sing-Along Messiah, Saturday, December 5th, at 2:00 pm at the Sebastopol United Methodist Church, 500 North Main Street. No previous experience or vocal ability is necessary.
This annual holiday event is directed by John Maas and features local instrumentalists and soloists. Light refreshments are provided and a limited number of scores are available for loan. Join the string quartet, soloists and chorus for a festive time for the whole family.
Saturday, Dec. 5, 2pm; $6/$15 family (four or less)
Want to rehearse your part? Interested singers can rehearse with Director Maas on Sunday, November 29, at 4 pm in SCA's Fireside Room, 282 S. High Street, Sebastopol.
Monthly concerts presented by SCA's Music Committee showcase local musicians. Previous performers have included: Bonnie Brooks, Gwyneth Davis, Christopher Fritzsche, Judiyaba, Larry London, Marilyn Thompson, Nicholas Xenelis; The Sonoma County Twenty Fingers Club, and the Aurio Trio. Our Annual Sing Along Messiah is a community favorite. A Casual Concert Application is available for interested performers.
* Sing-A-Long Messiah is an "off-site" venue.