A Cape Ann Symphony program, an international line-up of five musicians will perform works by Boulanger, Beethoven, Franck, Grieg, Mozart and Faure. In addition, violist Anna Stromer will perform an improvisation on the theme of spring and renewal.
The concert, “Spring Bouquet,” takes place this Saturday, April 16, at 3 pm at the chapel, 3 Rosedale Ave. in Manchester, near the high school complex.
“Keeping the theme of a ‘Spring Bouquet’ in mind, the concert will be filled with excellent and lively chamber music performed by some fabulous musicians from the Cape Ann Symphony,” said Maestro Yoichi Udagawa. “The music on the show really highlights the artistry of these musicians. Plus, violist Anna Stromer’s exciting improvisation is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. This piece has never been played before and will never be played again.”
In addition to Stromer, the musicians include flutist Stephanie Stathos, violinist Olga Kradenova, cellist Johnny Mok, and pianist Tianhong Yang.
Each has diverse backgrounds and lengthy award credits, appearances, solo performances and tours, some nationally and internationally.