Chamber Music Series at Green Wood

We are pleased to once again present a diverse array of chamber music concerts at our Green Wood worship location, nestled in a serene wooded area on the east side of Ann Arbor. Admission to each concert is free with a goodwill offering provided to support these local musicians. A reception follows each performance.

Ann Arbor Camerata – 4th Annua Concerto Competition Concert – “Final Round”
Sunday, October 15, 2017 – 3:00 p.m.
We are pleased to also open our 2017-2018 Green Wood Chamber Series with chamber musicians from the Ann Arbor Camerata.   In this concert, Witness the wonderful talents of local classical musicians as they showcase their artistry in Ann Arbor Camerata’s 4th annual Concerto Competition!  Each final contestant will perform an excerpt of their prepared concerto in front of a panel of esteemed professional musical judges for a chance to perform in concert with the Ann Arbor Camerata.   Come enjoy an array of popular concerto excerpts and witness the final competition in this unique concert opportunity!

Tapestries of Sound: Music for Woodwinds and Voices
Euterpe Woodwind Quintet – Ernie Brandon, director
Kristen Dinnino, mezzo soprano
Luke Randall, bass
Sunday, October 29, 2017 – 3:00 p.m.
We are pleased to welcome back the captivating Euterpe Woodwind Quintet.  Under the leadership of founder Ernie Brandon, this ensemble has already dazzled audiences with their sensitive interpretation of classic and new woodwind quintet literature.  This season, we experience the colorful palette of the woodwind instruments along with the vocal colors of two talented, distinguished vocalists:  mezzo soprano Kristen Dininno and bass Luke Randall.   Kristen Dininno, UM doctoral graduate student in Vocal Performance and up and coming opera singer brings exciting, musical portrayals to the various operatic and theatre roles she has performed.  Luke Randall, also a UM doctoral graduate student in Vocal Performance and promising young bass, teaches voice on the music faculty at Eastern Michigan University.   This concert features a variety of popular repertoire styles with selections for woodwinds, solo voices, and repertoire intertwining and exploring the “colors” of both woodwinds and voice.