Bach performances by friends of S.C. Bach
pan harmonia concert
Sunday, March 18, 3 PM • Greenville Center for Creative Arts
Brandon Mill, 25 Draper Street, Greenville, SC 29611
This program will feature music by J.S. Bach and Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier St. Georges, aka "The Black Mozart." Born in Guadeloupe, Boulogne was the son of a wealthy French planter and a woman, who was born a slave. Joseph Boulogne was educated in France and became one of the leading violinists of his time. Today he is remembered as the first classical composer of African ancestry.
Brittnee Siemon, mezzo-soprano - Kate Steinbeck, flute - Rosalind Buda, bassoon
Mariya Potapova and Karen Pommerich, violin - Anastasia Yarbrough, viola
Tickets are $20 advance / $25 day of show / $5 Active military and students.
Special offer - buy 2 regular tickets and get a 3rd one free!
Advance tickets available at panharmonia.org/shop
Seating is limited. Wine and appetizers will be available.