Living and Making Music Together: A Concert and Conversation with Josepha Fath and William Harvey
Friday, June 25, 2021 at 5:30pm (PDT)
This program will explore the dynamics of living and making music together during times of pandemic-induced social distancing and isolation. CMC faculty Josepha Fath (violin) and her husband William Harvey (trumpet) will present a concert from their home, accompanied by a live conversation about their experiences and Q&A session.
This event will be conducted online via video conferencing. RSVP to receive the link to join, emailed prior to the start of the discussion.
RSVP HERE: https://shenson-concerts-josepha-fath.eventbrite.com
The Shenson Faculty Concert Series returns this summer with free concert broadcasts spotlighting CMC talented faculty members. Each year, the Shenson Foundation sponsors free community concerts for CMC faculty music projects to support CMC Faculty as performing artists and ensure their work on stage is shared and celebrated in our community.
This year’s presenters will highlight a wide variety of musical styles, techniques, and creative inspirations, from Chopin to Chick Corea and Lotería cards to flutes of all shapes and sizes. Enjoy compelling programs of classical, jazz, contemporary, Afro-Cuban music, and more with artistic performances, composer interviews, and a chance to connect with faculty through Q&A.
Join our talented faculty for some fantastic music this summer:
June 25: Josepha Fath, violin
July 9: Elektra Schmidt, piano
July 23: Diane Grubbe, flute
August 6: Erick Peralta, piano
August 20: Charlie Gurke, saxophone